1. In 1994, O.J. Simpson — former NFL player, winner of the Heisman Trophy, and actor — was accused of murdering his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman.
2. The O.J. Simpson murder trial (the People of the State of California v. Orenthal James Simpson) took place in Los Angeles.
3. The trial lasted from January to October 1995.
4. In light of FX's new TV miniseries, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, there has been a resurgence in the public's interest in the case.
5. Simpson's defense attorneys, pictured here (from left to right), were Robert Shapiro, Johnnie Cochran Jr., Robert Kardashian, F. Lee Bailey, and Gerald Uelmen.
6. O.J. Simpson's defense lawyers were nicknamed the "Dream Team" by the media.
7. Marcia Clark (left) was the lead prosecutor in the case and Christopher Darden (right) was an assistant prosecutor.
8. Judge Lance Ito presided over the case.
9. Simpson's mother, Eunice Simpson, sat in the courtroom.
10. The case gained an unprecedented amount of media attention.
11. Here is Johnnie Cochran surrounded by a swarm of reporters.
12. Here are Marcia Clark and Johnnie Cochran staring at each other during a hearing.
13. Marcia Clark in the courtroom.
14. Here is Marcia Clark addressing the jury during the opening statements.
15. Anita Hill, attorney and law professor, attended the trial in July 1995.
16. Darden and Clark.
17. Nicole Brown Simpson's sister Denise Brown testified in court.
18. Brian Kaelin, better known as Kato, lived in a guest house on O.J. Simpson's property and was one of the last people to see him before the crime took place. Kaelin testified in court.
19. Mark Fuhrman, a detective in Los Angeles, testified during the trial. The defense accused Fuhrman of planting evidence at the Simpson residence because of racist remarks he had allegedly made in the past.
20. Ronald Goldman's family sat in court during the trial.
21. Cochran and Simpson.
22. Cochran, Simpson, and Shapiro (from left to right) listening to the prosecution.
23. Cochran, Clark, and Darden (from left to right).
24. Nicole Brown Simpson's sister Denise Brown and their mother, Juditha Brown, sat in the courtroom.
25. Christopher Darden addressing Judge Ito.
26. Shapiro, Cochran, and Simpson.
27. Rosa Lopez, a housekeeper for Simpson's neighbor, was a defense witness in the trial.
28. O.J. Simpson during the testimony given by LAPD Detective Tom Lange.
29. Carl Douglas (far left), another one of Simpson's defense attorneys, looks over documents in court with Clark, Cochran, and Simpson.
30. Cochran, Clark, Shapiro, Deputy District Attorney Cheri Lewis, and Darden look at a map of the Simpson estate.
31. O.J. Simpson listening to the testimony of L.A. County Coroner Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran.
32. Judge Ito.
33. Clark and Darden.
34. Simpson and Shapiro.
35. Marcia Clark.
36. Simpson looks up at the prosecutor and his defense attorney.
37. Darden and Cochran go head-to-head.
38. Darden and Clark.
39. Cochran listens to Marcia Clark address Judge Ito.
40. The prosecution asked Simpson to try on a pair of extra-large gloves that matched the same glove found at the crime scene.
41. Simpson measures his hand against that of Richard Rubin, the former vice president of Aris Isotoner, the company that made the gloves found at the crime scene.
42. Prosecutors Hank Goldberg and Clark stand before an empty jury box.
43. Judge Ito yells at defense attorney Barry Scheck.
44. Cochran addresses the jury during his closing arguments.
45. While Marcia Clark delivered her closing arguments in court and spoke about Nicole Brown Simpson's death, O.J. Simpson broke down in tears.
46. After an eight-month trial, Simpson was acquitted.
47. Ron Goldman's family (his sister, Kim; father, Fred; and stepmother, Patti) reacting to Simpson's not guilty verdict.
48. Kim Goldman broke down in tears.
49. Members of O.J. Simpson's family (his mother, Eunice; his daughter, Arnelle; his son, Jason; and his sister, Shirley Baker) reacting to the verdict.
50. Simpson alongside lawyers Bailey and Cochran after hearing the not guilty verdict.
Rosa Lopez was a housekeeper for O.J. Simpson's neighbor. An earlier version of this post said she worked for Simpson.