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O.J. Simpson gets a break from parole board, but still faces prison time

The 66-year-old, who was convicted in 2008 on charges including kidnapping and armed robbery, could be out of jail in four years.Full story

O.J. Simpson granted parole in Nevada on some charges but to remain in prison

(Reuters) - O.J. Simpson was granted parole in Nevada on several charges related to his role in the robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers, but the former football star will remain in prison on other charges, the state Board of Parole Commissioners ruled on Wednesday. Full story

O.J. Simpson asks Nevada parole board to cut prison sentence

CARSON CITY, Nevada (Reuters) - Former football star O.J. Simpson asked the Nevada parole board on Thursday to reduce his prison sentence of up to 33 years for his role in the robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers and said he has missed key moments with family while he was behind bars. Full story

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  Analyst: O.J. Simpson unlikely to prevail in retrial

O.J. Simpson is arguing he deserves a new trial because his former attorney mishandled the first trial. “There’s no writing, there's no smoking gun supporting O.J.’s position,” said TODAY legal analyst Lisa Bloom. “He’s probably more likely to win Powerball.” TODAY’s Lester Holt interviews Lisa Bloo

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File photo shows O.J. Simpson during a hearing in Clark County District Court in Las Vegas
File photo shows O.J. Simpson during a hearing in Clark County District Court in Las Vegas

O.J. Simpson sits during an evidentiary hearing in Clark County District Court in Las Vegas, Nevada in this May 16, 2013 file photo. Simpson has been granted parole in Nevada on charges of kidnapping, robbery and burglary with a firearm but the former football star will remain in prison on other

File photo shows O.J. Simpson smileing as he confers with his defense attorney Patricia Palm at the end of an evidentiary hearing in Las Vegas
File photo shows O.J. Simpson smileing as he confers with his defense attorney Patricia Palm at the end of an evidentiary hearing in Las Vegas

O.J. Simpson smiles as he confers with his defense attorney Patricia Palm at the end of an evidentiary hearing in Clark County District Court in Las Vegas, Nevada in this May 17, 2013 file photo. Simpson has been granted parole in Nevada on charges of kidnapping, robbery and burglary with a firear

O.J. Simpson watches his former defense attorney Yale Galanter testify during an evidentiary hearing in Las Vegas
O.J. Simpson watches his former defense attorney Yale Galanter testify during an evidentiary hearing in Las Vegas

O.J. Simpson watches his former defense attorney Yale Galanter testify during an evidentiary hearing in Clark County District Court in Las Vegas, Nevada May 17, 2013. REUTERS/Ethan Miller/Pool

Nevada Parole Board image from video footage shows O.J. Simpson during his parole board hearing in Carson City, Nevada
Nevada Parole Board image from video footage shows O.J. Simpson during his parole board hearing in Carson City, Nevada

Former football star O.J. Simpson is seen during his parole board hearing in Carson City, Nevada in this July 25, 2013 image from video footage by Nevada Parole Board. Simpson asked the Nevada parole board on Thursday to reduce his prison sentence of up to 33 years for his role in the robbery of two