Friend of OJ Simpson Tom Scotto told Good Morning America that Simpson wants to keep a low profile if he gets out.
O.J. Simpson, behind bars in a Nevada prison for almost nine years, is eligible for parole Thursday and one of his former attorneys thinks the matter is all but a forgone conclusion that the former football and TV star will be set free on Oct. 1.
“He’s going to get parole,’’ said Yale Galanter, who represented Simpson during the 2008 trial when Simpson was found guilty of 12 counts, including robbery and kidnapping, and sentenced to nine years minimum and 33 years maximum. “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.
“There are no absolutes anytime you’re dealing with administrative boards, but this as close to a non-personal decision as you can get.’’
Four members from the Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners will consider parole for Simpson at the board…