The Juice is no Longer on the Loose.

Pull that slow-moving white SUV over, go directly to jail, do not pass go, do not collect any sports memorabilia…

O.J. Simpson was sentenced Friday to at least 6 years in prison for armed robbery and kidnapping in a failed attempt to recover sports memorabilia from two collectibles peddlers.

He could serve up to 16 years behind bars, but there will be the possibility of parole after five years plus time served for a total of six years, Judge Jackie Glass said.  His co-defendant Clarence “C.J.” Stewart received the same sentence.

5 replies
  1. Barb
    Barb says:

    Ahhh, sweet justice at last. It may not be for the heinous murders he committed, but at least the next time we see him he'll be wearing an orange suit and perhaps the Brown and Goldman families can find some solace in that.

  2. Bill
    Bill says:

    I just hope his sentencing is in line with what any other offender would get. Endless appeals will only keep this publicity junky in the public eye longer. Who wants that?

  3. Rick - WH
    Rick - WH says:

    My heart bleeds not for OJ. His "apology" in court was pathetic. Fortunately, the judge in Nevada was a real judge and not one of the phonies that we have here in Connecticut. A Connecticut judge would have given him accelerated rehabilitation.

    Didn't "his" property belong to the Goldmans anyway? Small point…OJ must be a Democrat and was relying on some kind of exception.

    BO might have been able to appoint OJ to his cabinet….or made him CEO of General Motors. After all, didn't OJ do commercials for Hertz – that has something to do with cars.

  4. Wyndeward
    Wyndeward says:

    Yes, Rick, but the judge would have made sure that OJ got all the therapy he needed and taken him out for drinks afterward.

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