Alvin S. Michaelson - Bar No. 43562

Janet I. Levine - Bar No. 94255

Attorneys at Law

1901 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 1708

Los Angeles, California 90067-6018

Telephone: (310) 278-4984

Attorneys for Robert Kardashian









NO. BA097211


ATTORNEY ROBERT KARDASHIAN, by and through his attorneys, James I. Levine and Alvin S. Michaelson, hereby submits the attached Proposed Stipulation with regard to the matter brought before the Court on May 3, 1995.

DATED: May 9, 1995

Respectfully submitted,


/s/ Janet I. Levine

Attorneys for Robert Kardashian


IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED AND AGREED by and between the People of the State of California, by their attorneys of record, and the Defendant Orenthal James Simpson, by his attorney of record, that if Robert Kardashian were called to testify as a witness, he would testify as follows:

On June 13, 1994, I learned that Nicole Brown-Simpson had been killed. Upon learning this information, I drove to O.J. Simpson's house on Rockingham in Los Angeles, California. When I arrived there I parked my car and attempted to enter the residential property on foot. However, uniformed police would not permit me onto Mr. Simpson's property.

I learned that O.J. Simpson was not there but would be arriving soon. I waited outside the residential property for some period of time. I then saw O.J. Simpson, accompanied by Leroy "Skip" Taft, Esq., and Cathy Randa, arrive in a car at the Simpson residence. The car stopped outside the property. O.J. Simpson got out of the car and entered the residential property. Cathy Randa then left the car and took a Louis Vuitton garment bag from the car. She greeted me with a hug. I took the bag from Ms. Randa. I attempted, then, to enter the Rockingham property, but was again stopped by uniformed Los Angeles Police officers. I asked whether the police officers would take the bag onto the property and was told that they would not. I, then , put the bag in my car and left.

The bag remained in my trunk until the next morning when I moved the bag from the trunk of one car to the trunk of another car. I moved the bag because I was driving the other car and I wanted to have the bag with me to return it to Mr. Simpson. The next morning, June 14, 1994, I returned to the residence at Rockingham. I took the Louis Vuitton garment bag into the house and left it there. At no time did I open the bag and examine, alter or in any way observe the contents.

Later, I left Rockingham with Mr. Simpson. Mr. Simpson took several bags with him when he left, including the Louis Vuitton garment bag. The bags were placed in my car.

Mr. Simpson and I, later that day, went to the Los Angeles International Airport, American Airlines terminal, where we picked up Mr. Simpson's golf bag at the baggage area. The golf bag was placed in my car.

We later went to my residence. At that time, the golf bag was placed in my garage and the Louis Vuitton bag was taken into my house. The golf bag remained in my garage until taken from the property by Judge Delbert Wong in 1995. I did not remove the contents of the golf bag or in any way alter the contents of that bag.

With respect to the Louis Vuitton bag, it remained in my residence until several weeks later when it was taken out of the residence by Cathy Randa. The Louis Vuitton bag was in my residence and the golf bag was in my garage at the time my house was searched by many police officers on June 17, 1994, the day of O.J. Simpson's arrest. To my knowledge, law enforcement officers were aware of the Louis Vuitton bag and the golf bag at that time.

At no time did I open the Louis Vuitton bag, and I did not remove or in any way interfere with or alter the contents of the bag at any time.