Trial of the Century

Okay, so what was ‘The Trial of the Century’ in the 20th Century? Fatty Arbuckle? Bruno Hauptmann? O.J. Simpson? Seems as if there were a lot, but There Can Be Only One.

I’ll repeat what I said in a previous thread on the same topic:

I’ll go with a civil case: Donoghue v Stevenson, given the effect that Lord Atkin’s “neighbour” principle has subsequently had on negligence law.

Ah. Never mind then.

The Trial of the Major War Criminals Before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg.

Brown v. Board of Education.

Because this exact same question was posted about a year ago, and there were 55 replies, and a link to that thread is available for those interested, this one is closed.

samclem