After almost ten years in jail, Orenthal James Simpson could be walking the streets again in search of the 'real killers' by July. In prison in Nevada for a casino robbery (OJ's Eleven) and kidnapping in Las Vegas he was sentenced to 33 years in prison in 2008. Gone but not forgotten.
The Nevada Department of Corrections said an exact date for his parole hearing hasn't been set, but will fall in July.
The former running back/TV personality/actor was acquitted of the murders of his wife Nicole Simpson and her pal Ronald Goldman in the sensational 1994 nationally televised trial that captivated America and split opinions in two in households from coast to coast.
Happier Days - OJ and wife Nicole Brown-Simpson
Before She Mysteriously Lost Her Head
The Goldman family sued Simpson in 1997 in a wrongful death claim in which Simpson was found liable for the deaths and ordered by the court to pay some $33.5 million in damages to the families.