O.J. Simpson granted parole by Nevada court
Former NFL star O.J. Simpson was granted parole by a Nevada parole board on July 20 after serving nine years in jail for armed robbery.
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How Was O.J. Simpson Able To Afford His Famous Legal "Dream Team" During His Murder Trial? | Celebrity Net Worth
O.J. Simpson's famous legal "dream team" cost him approximately $50,000 for every day of his murder trial. How exactly was he able to afford it while he was imprisoned?
Black and white Americans can now agree: O.J. was guilty
Black and white Americans seem to agree on very little these days, if it has anything at all to do with race and the criminal justice system. But new data from a Washington Post-ABC News poll has iden...
Andre Rand
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Sly Williams
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O. J. Simpson robbery case
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Scott Erskine
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Richard Allen Davis
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John Couey
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Donald Leroy Evans
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Larry Eyler
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Brian David Mitchell
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Ted Bundy
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O.J. Simpson
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D. C. Stephenson
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David Carpenter
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Arthur Gary Bishop
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Kenneth Parnell
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Harvey Glatman
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Rodney Alcala
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Albert Fish
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