The Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners confirmed this week that a parole hearing for O.J. Simpson will be held on July 20. "From what I’ve been told, the primary focus of his life is to get parole right now," David Ng from The Los Angeles Times recently told USA Today. "What I've been told is that he's on excellent behavior, he avoids problems when he can and that he really wants to be a free man." Simpson was found guilty of 12 charges in 2007--including armed robbery, assault with a deadly weapon and kidnapping--following a confrontation in a Las Vegas hotel involving stolen sports memorabilia. If 70-year-old Simpson is granted parole in July, he won’t be released until October.
Source: Rolling Stone