Christopher Darden

Born Apr 7, 1956

Christopher Allen Darden is an American lawyer, writer, lecturer and practicing attorney. He was a 15-year veteran of the Los Angeles County District Attorney, where he was assigned to the prosecution of O.J. Simpson. Darden gained fame during the O.J. Simpson murder case when he asked Simpson to try on the once-blood-soaked gloves.… Read More

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1956 Birth Born in 1956.


1995 39 Years Old 1 More Event
After leaving the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office in 1995, Darden joined the faculty at California State University, Los Angeles, where he taught criminal law. … Read More


1998 42 Years Old In 1998, Darden received the Crystal Heart Award from Loved Ones of Homicide Victims, an organization devoted to aiding families that have suffered the loss of loved ones as a result of violence.
2000 44 Years Old In 2000, he was recognized as "Humanitarian of the Year" by Eli Horne, a California shelter for abused children and women. … Read More
2002 46 Years Old In September 2002, he published The Last Defense, a crime thriller written with Dick Lochte.


2006 50 Years Old In an interview by Oprah Winfrey that aired February 9, 2006, Darden stated that he still believes Simpson to be guilty. … Read More
2012 56 Years Old On September 6, 2012, Darden accused Simpson defense lawyer, the late Johnnie Cochran, of "manipulating" one of the infamous gloves that the prosecution said linked Simpson to the grisly double murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. … Read More
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