Ventura Criminal Justice Attorney
Articles & Interviews
Fundamental Misunderstandings About DNA Contamination: Does it Help or Hurt the Criminal Defendant? By Paul B. Tyler. Published in the Beverly Hills Bar Association Journal. Inspired by the O.J. Simpson case, this Article describes the dangers sloppy police work can have on blood evidence collected at a crime scene. 31 Bev. Hills Bar Association Journal 15 (1996).
The Kelly Frye Standard Remains the Rule for Admissibility of Novel Scientific Evidence. By Paul B. Tyler. Published in the Pepperdine Law Review. This article advocates the admissibility of DNA evidence in criminal and civil cases. 22 Pepp. L. Rev. 1274 (1995).
The Ito I Saw, and the O.J. You Didn’t. By Paul B Tyler. Published in Citations, the journal of the Ventura County Bar Association.
Good Morning America (ABC)
Bill Ritter interviewed Paul Tyler on his involvement in the
O.J. Simpson case.
The Today Show (NBC)
Bryant Gumble interviewed Paul Tyler in Los Angeles on
working for Judge Ito.
February 28, 1995. Juliett Honen interviewed Paul Tyler on the
O.J. Simpson case.
KABC Eyewitness News
November 3, 1994. Tricia Takasugi interviewed Paul Tyler on his role as a law clerk for Judge Ito.
Teddy Bart’s Roundtable (Nashville Tennessee).
O.J. Simpson was the topic of discussion.
The Ventura County Star
The O.J. Simpson Case, An Insider’s Perception, Sunday, January 2, 1997.
Los Angeles Times
Assignment of a Lifetime, Sunday, October 30, 1994, at B1.
National Law Journal
Behind the Scenes at the O.J. Trial, November 21, 1994, at A17.
Ventura County Star Free Press
Doing Research for Judge Ito; County Resident Simpson-Trial Clerk, Sunday, November 29, 1994, at A1.
Ventura County Star
The O.J. Simpson case, An Insider’s Perspective
Sitting In On the Trial of the Century, November 16, 1994, at B1