OJ Simpson could be paroled at Thursday hearing

OJ Simpson could be paroled at Thursday hearing

On July 20, the former football star will sit before his parole board and they will determine if he will be released early from his prison sentence. "He's very positive. He's always been positive".

"Simpson's age, the fact that he was given parole on the first sentencing batch, weigh in his favor", Hill told CNN.

OJ, who just turned 70, was convicted of kidnapping and armed robbery after holding two memorabilia dealers in a room against their will.

"Considering the success of the film there is no doubt there is still a public interest and fascination with all things O.J. Simpson", said David Sarosi, the coordinating producer of Outside the Lines and E:60. (Nevada holds parole hearings roughly three months ahead of time.) His release would likely come with numerous conditions, and he would nearly certainly be required to check in regularly with a parole officer.




Galanter told USA Today that the Nevada parole system is largely based on points earned through good behavior and is not entirely up to the whims of the parole board. "The media still portrays him in a negative light because he was acquitted of the murders [of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman]".

Simpson was convicted after breaking into a Las Vegas hotel room on September 13, 2007, with the help of several other men and stealing sports memorabilia he claimed belonged to him. A civil court found Simpson guilty of the deaths and ordered him to pay $33.5 million in restitution.

The Nevada parole board has indicated that a decision on Simpson's release will be made the day of the hearing, and that Simpson will be permitted to speak, making this quite the ratings bonanza for ESPN Networks. "I left him one time and look what happened". Since then, Scotto said, there have been no incidents and, upon reflection, that he has seen Simpson angry only once in the two decades they've known each other. The examiners will also be interested in knowing about Simpson's future plans.

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