(FOX NEWS) - It has been more than 20 years since the trial of last century, but that’s not what put O.J. Simpson behind bars. You may remember he was acquitted of stabbing his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ron Goldman to death.
Instead, Simpson is serving a 33-year sentence in Nevada for a string of charges, including armed robbery and kidnapping.
According to a report in the Sunday Express, a parole board is supposed to start hearing Simpson’s case for release for good behavior during the week of July 3.
Furthermore, experts believe the board will vote to release the disgraced former NFL star on the earliest possible date.
Click here for FOX News on how soon that could happen, plus what Simpson could get besides his freedom. We’re talking millions!