When Simpson would buy extra food at Lovelock, other inmates would carry his bags for him, Lewis and both ex-guards recalled.
By all accounts, Simpson has been a model prisoner at Lovelock Correctional Center, and McCann and Wetheim figure he'll comfortably receive a low-risk score from the parole board.
One factor in his favor will be his lack of felony convictions prior to this imprisonment.
When Fromong testified at the trial, he was asked by Clark County District Attorney David Roger if he stole anything from Simpson. More than two decades later, interest in Simpson is higher than ever.
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The chairwoman of the Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners since 2009.
It'll be shown live on CBS News' 24-hour online stream, CSBN, starting at 1 p.m. ET on Thursday, July 20.
A parole commissioner since 2009 who will participate in the hearing. "It's important that I see O.J. face to face, man to man", he said.
The hearing is highly anticipated by the public, and many people are already discussing his parole chances. Unlike his previous hearing, the board will make a final decision the same day. According to ESPN, Simpson will likely be granted permission to leave Nevada, but he must maintain contact with his probation officer, and the Nevada Board of Parole would communicate with its counterpart in the state in which he chooses to reside. So, if O.J. Simpson is approved for parole, he could be out October 1.
A rehearing date would be set by the panel for some time between one and three years later. He told the New York Post, "He's [already] done enough [time]". The two have not spoken since the night before the jury began deliberations in the armed robbery case, but Bailey said they've remained friends. Previous reports have indicated Simpson might have a decent chance at getting out of prison, but a new scoop from the Daily Mail suggests his carnal urges might prevent him from seeing the light of day (not the murdering though, that's still chill). They will then return to the hearing room and vote in public. Simpson says he was trying to retrieve items that belonged to him which included family photos.