Simpson will reportedly appear in front of a Nevada parole board at 1 p.m. EST, via video conference from the Lovelock Correctional Center.
"It's based on his behavior in prison and that certainly hasn't changed", Galanter said. According to Simpson, the memorabilia had been taken away from him.
The Nevada parole board has indicated that a decision on Simpson's release will be made the day of the hearing, and that Simpson will be permitted to speak, making this quite the ratings bonanza for ESPN Networks.
Judge Jackie Glass sentenced Simpson in 2008 to 33 years in prison, allowing for the possibility of parole after nine years.
The public's fascination with Simpson hasn't ebbed since his era-defining arrest (and acquittal) for the 1994 murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman.
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One of the detectives on the case, Andy Caldwell, is now a Christian minister and said that he is not predicting how the board will rule. "The law said he didn't do it". Simpson will be up for parole again later this month. But there is nothing normal about Nevada prison inmate № 1027829, or his experience with the criminal justice system.
"He'll be OK", Scotto said.
Simpson is asking to be set free after almost a decade behind bars.
At his 2013 hearing, he told members, "I just wish I never went to that room".
The parole board says it will score Simpson using an 11-factor risk assessment, and if he wins, he'll be a free man on Oct 1. (Nevada holds parole hearings roughly three months ahead of time.) His release would likely come with numerous conditions, and he would nearly certainly be required to check in regularly with a parole officer.
During the incarceration, Scotto said, Simpson has stayed in regular contact with Simpson's four children - Arnelle, 48, who lives in Fresno, Calif.; Jason, 47, who lives in Atlanta; and Sydney, 31, and Justin, 28, who live in Florida about an hour from Scotto's home in Naples.