OJ Gets 15 Years

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  1. PatsWickedPissah

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  2. Sivy

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    Sucks for him that Johnny has passed.
     
  3. Pat the Pats Fan

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    guess this glove fit.....
     
  4. lostjumper

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    It's a bit more complex than that. Its 15 years, but he's eligble for parole after 5. Whenever the initial sentence is completed, he must server between 1 and 6 years, and 18 months and 6 years consecutively.

    The absolute earliest he could be out of jail is 7.5 years, while the latest would be 27 years. I would guess 9-10 years.
     
  5. BelichickFan

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    Well that's good. It's not what he deserves but it's something. This is the one redeeming thing about when criminals are found "not guilty" - they usually give us another bite of the apple at some point. Thankfully this one didn't result in a death the second time.
     
  6. PATRIOTSFANINPA

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    Maybe if he is there the full 15 years somewhere along the road he will hae a total breakdown and admit he was the killer of his ex-wife and her boyfriend
     
  7. slash83

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    He was sentenced to 9 years I believe.
     
  8. PatsWickedPissah

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    What part of "15 years" in the judge's sentence is confusing you?

    There were several other sentences, some that would be added on assuming a parole. Note the operative word assume.
     
  9. slash83

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    I wasnt watching when the judge actually came out with the sentencing. I just seen it on the lil espn ticker saying something like oj to serve or sentenced to nine years in prison.

    BTW nothings confusing me Im stating what I seen so calm down.
     
  10. KontradictioN

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    O.J. is pure evidence of what happens when you spend too many years living in Buffalo. :eek:
     
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