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OJ Simpson gets 16-year prison sentence (but will be parole eligible in six) ... UPDATE: or did he get more??

By Douglas A. Berman

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Here's the latest news on OJ from this Bloomberg report: O.J. Simpson, the former Buffalo Bills football player found not guilty 13 years ago of murdering his ex-wife and her friend, was sentenced to 16 years in prison for robbing two sports memorabilia dealers at gunpoint. Nevada State Court Judge Jackie Glass pronounced sentence at a hearing today in Las Vegas, where the hotel holdup took place 14 months ago. Simpson, 61, was found guilty by a jury on Oct. 3 following a three-week trial. He had faced as much as life in prison for the crime.... Simpson was sentenced to 15 years for first degree kidnapping, the most serious count, and at least 12 additional months for use of a gun in the commission of the crime. He will remain in custody if he appeals, and may be eligible for parole in six years...continue to full post

Full post as published by Sentencing Law and Policy on December 05, 2008 (boomark / email).

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