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Several television networks, including ESPN, will air live coverage of O.J. Simpson’s parole hearing Thursday.
According to The Wrap’s Carli Velocci, the hearing will be broadcast live from Nevada at 1 p.m. ET.
Emily Smith of Page Six noted Simpson will appear in front of parole commissioners through a video call from Lovelock Correctional Center—where he has been serving his sentence ever since he was found guilty of armed robbery and kidnapping after an incident with memorabilia dealers in Las Vegas.
Simpson was found guilty on all 12 counts brought against him in Oct. 2008, and he has been at Lovelock ever since serving a sentence that carries a maximum of 33 years.
However, his sentence included a parole provision after nine years, which is why he will have a chance at an early release as of Oct. 1.
According to Sports Illustrated‘s Michael McCann and Jon Wertheim, Simpson—who was acquitted in 1995 of the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman—is expected to fall in the “low risk” category of the parole spectrum after he did so four years ago.