*****I an NOT a judge<quoted text>And I know the law as well even if I am a judge.
There is no "we the people" in court cases in the US. The state prosecutes criminal matters whether there is an accuser or not: rape, kidnapping, assault & battery, auto theft, burglary/robbery. In some of those cases there are accusers who are the victims of the crimes. The case heading is "The State of Illinois v John Doe".
Civil cases are not 'we the people' either. You kidnap me for 5 days snare convicted in criminal court for kidnapping. I sue you in civil court violating my civil right and seek money damages "Jane Smith v John Doe".
Why OJ got away with a double murder is a matter of opinion. Attributing it the Rodney King is too simple in my opinion.
Pardon the typo