The Juice is Loose? – OJ Simpson Granted Parole

OJ Simpson Granted Parole – So is the Juice Loose?


The Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners has granted OJ Simpson parole on his most serious offenses — kidnapping and armed robbery.

But Simpson won’t get out of prison. Instead, he will begin serving the deadly weapon enhancements.

It was Simpson’s first parole hearing after serving the minimum five years in prison for two counts of kidnapping and two counts of armed robbery.

The deadly weapon enhancements for each of those sentences was ordered consecutive to the kidnapping and robbery sentences. Before he can seek parole on those sentences, he must serve a minimum of one more year.



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