O.J. Simpson could learn as early as today whether he'll get an opportunity for a new trial and a chance of getting out of prison early. Abc's neal karlinsky has that story for us. Reporter: Back... See More
O.J. Simpson could learn as early as today whether he'll get an opportunity for a new trial and a chance of getting out of prison early. Abc's neal karlinsky has that story for us. Reporter: Back behind bars and waiting anxiously this morning to find out if he'll get a new trial, o.J. Simpson is already making plans for a new life of freedom. In the speaking tour he plans to bring to law school students about his famed acquittal for the murders of his ex-wife and a friend nearly 20 years ago. I'cited, simpson tells "a NEW YORK POST" #e@ SOURCE. They teach the trial of the century in school. So, who better to talk about it than me? Simpson and his old promoter are not lacking in confidence. They've come up with posters for THE NEW SPEAKING TOUR AS IF IT'S ÷x FOREGONE Conclusion that the juice will be set free after nearly five years in prison for burglary and kidnapping, while trying toe back his own sports memorabilia. All he thought was, I went in there, I got the photographs. I ended up in this mess for 33 years. Reporter: It's by no means a guarantee, despite a week of testimony, including simpson himself, alleging he was wronged by his former attorneys. He had told me -- Reporter: His former attorney refuted that allegation friday. Nobody wanted to win the case more than I wanted to win it. Reporter: Simpson makes a number of revelations to "the new york post." Of the jury that put him in prison, I feel like I'm back in THE '50s. A black man in a white justice system. In regards to the ok. I didn't write that damn book. I was just paid not to dispute it. And his talk about an older, chunkier appearance, I gained weight eating all those beans because I can't get enough fruits and vegetables, he m& when the judge rules, simpson could get a new trial or be released for time served. Or he could be back where he started, hoping for parole in five years, when he's 70. For "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle.
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