It's not that hard for people to find more information about it, for anyone reading this who doesn't recall the events. The case contributed a lot of images to our popular culture, including the slow-speed chase on the California freeway, the "Dream Team" of lawyers Simpson hired, the pictures of Judge Ito presiding in his courtroom, etc.
On a personal note, I recall two things. The chase took place just around the time I was leaving for Clarion, so I barely knew what the fuss was about over the next few weeks. (Clarion existed in a sort of news blackout.) And when the acquittal took place, all the students at the school where I was teaching had gathered in the dining hall to watch it live on TV, so my Physics class started late.
That was a long trial process. I remember other criminal trials starting and ending within the time line of the Simpson trial.