O.J. Simpson through the years

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FILE - In this Sept. 30, 2005 file photo, O.J. Simpson signs autographs during an event hosted by the "NecroComicon'' horror convention in Northridge, Calif. The return of O.J. Simpson to a Las Vegas courtroom next Monday, May, 13, will remind Americans of a tragedy that became a national obsession and in the process changed the country's attitude toward the justice system, the media and celebrity. The return of O.J. Simpson to a Las Vegas courtroom next Monday, May, 13, will remind Americans of a tragedy that became a national obsession and in the process changed the country's attitude toward the justice system, the media and celebrity. (AP PhotoDamian Dovarganes, File)
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O.J. Simpson appears in Clark County District Court, Monday, May 13, 2013 in Las Vegas. Simpson, who is currently serving a nine-to-33-year sentence in state prison as a result of his October 2008 conviction on armed robbery and kidnapping charges, is seeking a new trial, claiming that trial lawyer Yale Galanter had conflicted interests and shouldn't have handled Simpson's armed case. (AP PhotoJulie Jacobson, Pool)
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O.J. Simpson, right, sits in Clark County District Court with his attorney, Patricia Palm, Monday, May 13, 2013 in Las Vegas. Simpson, who is currently serving a nine-to-33-year sentence in state prison as a result of his October 2008 conviction on armed robbery and kidnapping charges, is seeking a new trial, claiming that trial lawyer Yale Galanter had conflicted interests and shouldn't have handled Simpson's armed case. (AP PhotoJulie Jacobson, Pool)
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FILE - In this Wednesday, June 21, 1995 file photo, O.J. Simpson holds up his hands before the jury after putting on a new pair of gloves similar to the infamous bloody gloves during his double-murder trial in Los Angeles. The return of O.J. Simpson to a Las Vegas courtroom next Monday, May, 13, will remind Americans of a tragedy that became a national obsession and in the process changed the country's attitude toward the justice system, the media and celebrity. (AP PhotoVince Bucci, Pool, File)
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O.J. Simpson, right, talks with his attorney, Patricia Palm in Clark County District Court, Monday, May 13, 2013 in Las Vegas. Simpson, who is currently serving a nine-to-33-year sentence in state prison as a result of his October 2008 conviction on armed robbery and kidnapping charges, is seeking a new trial, claiming that trial lawyer Yale Galanter had conflicted interests and shouldn't have handled Simpson's armed case. (AP PhotoJulie Jacobson, Pool)
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FILE - In this Sept. 9, 2008, file photo, O.J. Simpson, center, arrives at the Clark County Regional Justice Center on the second day of jury selection for his trial in Las Vegas. Simpson is appearing in court on charges which include burglary, robbery and assault following an attempted robbery at the Palace Station Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas on September, 2007. The return of O.J. Simpson to a Las Vegas courtroom next Monday, May, 13, will remind Americans of a tragedy that became a national obsession and in the process changed the country's attitude toward the justice system, the media and celebrity. The return of O.J. Simpson to a Las Vegas courtroom next Monday, May, 13, will remind Americans of a tragedy that became a national obsession and in the process changed the country's attitude toward the justice system, the media and celebrity. (AP PhotoLas Vegas Review-Journal, John Locher, Pool, File)
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FILE - In this June 17, 1994 file photo, A white Ford Bronco, driven by Al Cowlings carrying O.J. Simpson, is trailed by Los Angeles police cars as it travels on a Southern California freeway in Los Angeles. Cowlings and Simpson led authorities on a chase after Simpson was charged with two counts of murder in the deaths of his ex-wife and her friend. The return of O.J. Simpson to a Las Vegas courtroom next Monday, May, 13, will remind Americans of a tragedy that became a national obsession and in the process changed the country's attitude toward the justice system, the media and celebrity. (AP PhotoJoseph Villarin, File)
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FILE - In this Oct. 3, 1995, file photo, Robert Graham holds the latest edition of the Pasadena, Calif., Star-News announcing O.J. Simpson being found not guilty of two murders, outside the Criminal Courts Building in Los Angeles. The return of O.J. Simpson to a Las Vegas courtroom next Monday, May, 13, will remind Americans of a tragedy that became a national obsession and in the process changed the country's attitude toward the justice system, the media and celebrity. (AP PhotoEric Draper, File)
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FILE- In this Dec. 5, 2008 file photo, O.J. Simpson speaks during his sentencing at the Clark County Regional Justice Center courtroom in Las Vegas. Simpson is heading back to the Las Vegas courthouse where he was convicted of leading five men in an armed sports memorabilia heist to ask a judge for a new trial because, he says, the Florida lawyer he paid nearly 00,000 botched his defense. The return of O.J. Simpson to a Las Vegas courtroom next Monday, May, 13, will remind Americans of a tragedy that became a national obsession and in the process changed the country's attitude toward the justice system, the media and celebrity. (AP PhotoIsaac Brekken, Pool, File)
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FILE - In this Oct. 3, 1995, file photo, O.J. Simpson clenches his fists in victory after the jury acquitted him in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman in Los Angeles. The return of O.J. Simpson to a Las Vegas courtroom next Monday, May, 13, will remind Americans of a tragedy that became a national obsession and in the process changed the country's attitude toward the justice system, the media and celebrity. The return of O.J. Simpson to a Las Vegas courtroom next Monday, May, 13, will remind Americans of a tragedy that became a national obsession and in the process changed the country's attitude toward the justice system, the media and celebrity. (AP PhotoMyung Chun, File)
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DIstrict Court Judge Marie Bell listens to a witness during a retrial hearing for O.J. Simpson at Clark County Regional Justice Center, Monday, May 13, 2013. Simpson, who is currently serving a nine-to-33-year sentence in state prison as a result of his October 2008 conviction on armed robbery and kidnapping charges, is seeking a new trial, claiming that trial lawyer Yale Galanter had conflicted interests and shouldn't have handled Simpson's armed case. (AP PhotoLas Vegas Review-Journal, Jeff Scheid, Pool)
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Arnelle Simpson, daughter of O.J. Simpson, testifies in court Monday, May 13, 2013 at Clark County Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas. O.J. Simpson, who is currently serving a nine-to-33-year sentence in state prison as a result of his October 2008 conviction on armed robbery and kidnapping charges, is seeking a new trial, claiming that trial lawyer Yale Galanter had conflicted interests and shouldn't have handled Simpson's armed case. (AP PhotoLas Vegas Review-Journal, Jeff Scheid, Pool)
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FILE - This file photo combo shows O.J. Simpson's ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson, left, and her friend Ron Goldman, both of whom were murdered and found dead in Los Angeles on June 12, 1994. O.J. Simpson was arrested in connection to the murder and acquitted of the crime. Simpson is now serving nine to 33 years in a Nevada prison after a jury found him guilty in 2008 of leading the gunpoint robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers in Las Vegas, and he's seeking a new trial because he says his longtime lawyer failed to disclose that he knew about the plan in advance and told Simpson it was legal and provided bad advice at trial. (AP PhotoFile)
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O.J. Simpson, left, sits in court while his daughter Arnelle Simpson passes him after she testified at Clark County Regional Justice Center, Monday, May 13, 2013 in Las Vegas. O.J. Simpson, who is currently serving a nine-to-33-year sentence in state prison as a result of his October 2008 conviction on armed robbery and kidnapping charges, is seeking a new trial, claiming that trial lawyer Yale Galanter had conflicted interests and shouldn't have handled Simpson's armed case. (AP PhotoLas Vegas Review-Journal, Jeff Scheid, Pool)
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This combination of Associated Press file photos shows from left, O.J. Simspon on Oct. 3, 1995, after the jury acquitted him in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman in Los Angeles Simpson, center, in court on the first day his trial for armed robbery and kidnapping, on Monday, Sept 15, 2008, in Las Vegas and right, Simpson in Clark County District Court seeking a new trial, claiming that trial lawyer Yale Galanter had conflicted interests and shouldn't have handled Simpson's armed case on Monday, May 13, 2013, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo)
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This booking photo of Friday, May 10, 2013, provided by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department shows O.J. Simpson Simpson returned to a Las Vegas courtroom on Monday May 13,2013 to ask for a new trial in the armed robbery-kidnapping case that sent him to prison in 2008. (AP PhotoLas Vegas Metropolitan Police Department)
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Arnelle Simpson, daughter of O.J. Simpson, testifies during an evidentiary hearing in Clark County District Court, Monday, May 13, 2013 in Las Vegas. Simpson, who is currently serving a nine to 33-year sentence in state prison as a result of his October 2008 conviction for armed robbery and kidnapping charges, is using a writ of habeas corpus, to seek a new trial, claiming he had such bad representation that his conviction should be reversed. (AP PhotoJulie Jacobson, Pool )
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O.J. Simpson listens to testimony at an evidentiary hearing in Clark County District Court, Monday, May 13, 2013 in Las Vegas. Simpson, who is currently serving a nine-to-33-year sentence in state prison as a result of his October 2008 conviction on armed robbery and kidnapping charges, is seeking a new trial, claiming that trial lawyer Yale Galanter had conflicted interests and shouldn't have handled Simpson's armed case. (AP PhotoJulie Jacobson, Pool)
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O.J. Simpson, center, prepares to leave the courtroom with one of his attorneys, Ozzie Fumo, during an evidentiary hearing in Clark County District Court, Monday, May 13, 2013 in Las Vegas.Simpson, who is currently serving a nine-to-33-year sentence in state prison as a result of his October 2008 conviction on armed robbery and kidnapping charges, is seeking a new trial, claiming that trial lawyer Yale Galanter had conflicted interests and shouldn't have handled Simpson's armed case. (AP PhotoJulie Jacobson, Pool)
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O.J. Simpson, right, listens in court with his attorney Patricia Palm, Monday, May 13, 2013 at Clark County Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas. Simpson, who is currently serving a nine-to-33-year sentence in state prison as a result of his October 2008 conviction on armed robbery and kidnapping charges, is seeking a new trial, claiming that trial lawyer Yale Galanter had conflicted interests and shouldn't have handled Simpson's armed case. (AP PhotoLas Vegas Review-Journal, Jeff Scheid, Pool)

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