OJ Simpson NOT Caught Masturbating in Prison, Despite Reports

OJ Simpson NOT Caught Masturbating in Prison, Despite Reports

OJ Simpson NOT Caught Masturbating in Prison, Despite Reports

Below is the form used by Nevada for parole hearings.

A parole hearing scheduled for Thursday will determine if O.J. Simpson can walk out of a Nevada prison later this year, and a Chicago-based attorney is hoping that will happen.

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. Yale Gallanter, after a verdict of guilty on all counts was read following his trial at the Clark County Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas on October 3, 2008.

O.J. Simpson, the former football star, TV pitchman and now Nevada prison inmate No. 1027820, will have a lot going for him when he asks state parole board members this week to release him after serving more than eight years for an ill-fated bid to retrieve sports memorabilia. "He just turned 70 and he doesn't look anywhere near 70".

You will be able to watch the full OJ Parole hearing in the player above.

Former Los Angeles police detective Mark Fuhrman, who testified in Simpson's original trial, will provide analysis for Fox News Channel.

Come back here on Thursday at 12:30 p.m. ET for live updates from Simpson's hearing.

Simpson needs all four board members to rule in his favor. They were also the commissioners who approved his previous parole in 2013. He is expected to speak at the hearing via videoconference.

Meanwhile, Scotto said he'd been advised not to talk on camera until after the decision on Thursday.

How will the O.J. Simpson hearing vote work?

The prison just outside of Lovelock, Nevada, houses O.J. Simpson.

A rehearing date would be set by the panel for some time between one and three years later.

Simpson is "in [prison in Nevada] for the murders they think he did", Alexander told The Post recently.

OJ Simpson could be denied parole after he was allegedly caught masturbating in his prison cell, it has been reported.

What are the chances he's released on parole?

Do they consider letters of support or opposition?

Now, is there an argument that one could make that that background makes him more of a potential public safety threat, which is a potential factor? "I've accepted responsibility, '" said criminal defense lawyer Trent Copeland, who has followed Simpson's legal troubles since he was acquitted of the murders of ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. Simpson has a personal pension in which he invested $5 million years ago, a Screen Actors Guild pension from his acting and producing days, and a $1,700 monthly National Football League pension, according to Scotto.

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