He was sentenced to 33 years in prison but became eligible for parole after nine.
According to CNN, the parole board score inmates on a number of factors.
Nevada Board of Parole commissioner Susan Jackson held up thick stacks of letters at Thursday's hearing, some of the hundreds of letters she said the board had received from Simpson's supporters and detractors. Though Simpson insisted he didn't know anyone was armed in the crime, he was eventually convicted of several weapons charges.
"The old saying, 'Do the crime, do the time, '" Fromong told Inside Edition.
If Simpson is granted parole on Thursday, he won't leave this remote desert prison immediately.
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O.J., you see, had "the juice"; that sweet stuff that made him one of the best players in the game during his time playing in the NFL. Simpson claimed he only wanted to retrieve items from his own career, including ceremonial footballs and photos of his family that were allegedly taken from his home. Even the prosecutor who sent Simpson to prison is expected to support his parole. "I'm at a point in my life where I'd like to spend as much time as I can with my children and my friend".
"Simpson's age, the fact that he was given parole on the first sentencing batch, weigh in his favor", Hill said.
"I've basically spent a conflict-free life".
Darden called Simpson a "narcissist" and urged him to "admit [his] sins" in relation to the Brown Simpson and Goldman murders as well.
Simpson has been behind bars for the past eight and a half years, since going to prison in December 2008.
"If he's not granted parole, I think there's gonna be a lot of scrutiny and they're gonna say "you treated him wrong, you treated him unfairly because he was OJ", said Levenson.