Marcia Clark Undressed
Marcia Rachel Clark (born 31 August 1953) was a prosecutor for the State of California, County of Los Angeles in the O.J. Simpson criminal trial along with Christopher Darden.
With Teresa Carpenter, she authored a book, Without a Doubt, about the case, in a deal reported to be worth $4.2 million.Clark was on leave from her job following Simpson's acquittal in 1995, and officially resigned in 1997, before the release of her book. Prior to the Simpson case, Clark had been with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office since 1981 and had prosecuted approximately 60 cases, include the infamous McMartin Preschool sex abuse trial. She attended UCLA for her undergraduate degree. She then earned a J.D. at Southwestern University School of Law and was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1979. Her most significant achievement while working as a prosecutor was bringing attention to the seriousness of stalking crimes.
Currently, Clark is a "special correspondent" for Entertainment Tonight. She provides coverage of high profile trials and also does occasional reporting from the red carpet at awards shows such as the Emmys. Her work on ET often mirrors the reporting style of many former prosecutors like Nancy Grace and appears to have an anti-defendant undertone.