Will OJ Simpson Be Released From Prison On Sunday?

OJ Simpson to eat steak, get iPhone after expected release from prison next week

OJ Simpson to eat steak, get iPhone after expected release from prison next week

Simpson has served almost a decade in Nevada for armed robbery and other crimes relating to the attempted recovery of memorabilia that he contends was stolen from him.

It is not clear what influence Bond's letter will have on the decision to grant Simpson's release.

"There is no justification under these circumstances for asking the taxpayers of Florida to foot the bill for hosting Mr. Simpson's parole, especially in light of the added dangers that his relocation would pose to our citizens", Bondi wrote.

OJ was acquitted of the 1994 killings of ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman.

Simpson, now 70, has been in jail in Nevada for the last nine years for armed robbery but he is due to be released as soon as Sunday. "In light of Mr. Simpson's history in California, Nevada, and Florida (discussed below), the same goes for the People of Florida".

Once Simpson is released, LaVergne said that while there is some concern that he may be chased by paparazzi, he believes the Nevada Department of Corrections will plan for Simpson's safety during transit.

OJ Simpson to eat steak, get iPhone after expected release from prison next week
Pam Bondi doesn't want OJ Simpson to come back to Florida

In response to O.J. Simpson's desire to relocate to Florida to serve out his parole, Attorney General Pam Bondi sent a letter to the Florida Department of Corrections this week expressing her objection in him doing so. But barring any unforeseen circumstances, he's going to be a free man in a matter of days, out in the world again for the first time since 2008.

Simpson has been out of the limelight while behind bars, but fascination with his story lives on.

The jury also awarded Brown and Simpson's two children US$12.6m from their father as recipients of their mother's estate. The former National Football League star, actor, and TV personality will become one of the 4.6 million people in the United States under "community supervision", bound by multiple restrictions placed on people who had been convicted of a crime-but he will have several significant advantages over most.

However, the state attorney general doesn't want Simpson to come back.

Simpson has continually argued he orchestrated the caper to recover family mementos and memorabilia taken from him.

Simpson reportedly has $5 million in contributions to a retirement plan run by the Screen Actors Guild, according to USA Today. According to the Orlando Sun-Sentinel, a Nevada official said Simpson's domestic abuse conviction wasn't considered because the board didn't even know about it, as the misdemeanor conviction wasn't listed in the FBI's national crime database.

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