O.J. Simpson could be freed after a parole hearing Thursday in Nevada, where he has spent the past nine years in prison on robbery and kidnapping charges. 
He’s going to get parole,” Yale Galanter, who represented Simpson during the 2008 trial, told USA Today. “Parole in the state of Nevada is really based on how you behave in prison, and by all accounts he’s been a model prisoner.” 

USA Today reports.

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