F. Lee Bailey is an American former criminal defense attorney, businessman, author, actor, and TV personality. He is best known for representing O.J. Simpson as one of the latter’s "dream team" lawyers in his 1995 murder trial. Bailey has served as a defense attorney in many notable cases, including those of Albert DeSalvo "The Boston Strangler,” Sam Sheppard (appeal), Carl A. Coppolino, George Edgerly, Ernest Medina, and Claude DuBoc. He has also been the attorney for the families of the Korean Airlines Flight 007 victims. He was licensed in Florida and in Massachusetts during most of his career but was disbarred in these two places in 2001 and 2003, respectively. The Maine Supreme Judicial Court and the Maine Board of Bar Examiners denied him a law license in 2014. Bailey hosted the TV shows Good Company and Lie Detector and co-authored books such as The Defense Never Rests and Cleared for the Approach: In Defense of Flying.