Victims Sarah Elizabeth Sinclair, 18, Mary Lynn Sinclair, 9 Mary “MayMay” Durant, 8 (Mary Lynn’s best friend) Juanita Sinclair, mother, survived SAMPLE LETTER TO THE PAROLE BOARD: State of Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles P.O. Box 302405 Montgomery, AL 36130-2405 Members of the Alabama Board of Parole Hearings: Re: Parole Hearing Planned for Edward […]
OJ Simpson, the former American football star, has been released from a Nevada prison after serving nine years of his sentence. In July, a parole board voted unanimously that he should be released early, after hearing Mr Simpson had been a “model inmate” during his time at Lovelock Correctional Centre. Show More Summary
A man serving life without parole for killing a West Fargo woman when he was 16 years old says he should be considered for a reduced sentence. Barry Garcia is … Click to Continue »
Three West Virginia inmates who became eligible for parole under a state law concerning juvenile offenders will find out whether they'll go free. A state parole board has scheduled hearings … Click to Continue »
The youngest member of Charles Manson's murderous family went before a parole panel for the 21st time... and took a big step toward being released. Leslie Van Houten -- now 68 years old -- was granted parole suitability at a hearing at the…
Leslie Van Houten has been in prison since 1971, and has unsuccessfully sought parole 20 times. [ more › ]
Debra Tate is often described by those that know her as a fighter. For decades, she’s appeared at parole hearings to argue for the indefinite imprisonment of Charles Manson and his followers after the 1969 murder of her older sister, actress Sharon Tate, who was killed in the Benedict Canyon home she shared with director […]
A man sentenced to life without parole for a murder committed when he was 16-years-old should get a new sentencing hearing because the judge didn't address issues that might have … Click to Continue »
OJ Simpson will be a free man in October thanks to the decision of a Nevada parole board. But the New York Times reports on a jarring oversight that perhaps could have changed board members' thinking. During the hearing, members stated that Simpson had no criminal convictions. Not true. He...
Elwood Watson dissects the intersections of the OJ Simpson parole hearing. The post ‘I’m not Black, I’m OJ’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
One-in-four white inmates are released following their first parole hearing, while fewer than one-in-six black inmates are.
An Emmy-winning TV series. An Oscar-winning film. 13 million people tuning in to his parole hearing. We as a country are addicted to O.J. Simpson. The question is why.
Though his parole isn’t scheduled to start until this fall, OJ Simpson has already moved—to a new prison cell. Prison officials at Lovelock Correctional Facility in Nevada said Friday that the former NFL player was moved to a single cell away from the general prison population ahead of his...
On Thursday, O.J. Simpson was granted parole after spending 9 years of a 33-year sentence behind bars. Much like back in the 90?s, people were glued to their TV’s waiting to see what would happen and just like back then – a lot of people were pissed to see that the juice was being set loose once […]
OJ Simpson, 70, granted parole Former NFL star expected to be free in October Simpson was convicted in 2008 of armed robbery He has served nine years of his 33 year sentence Tearful Simpson tells of missing family occasions "I thought...Show More Summary
The Juice isn't quite loose yet
TV ratings aren't as big as they used to be, even for O.J. Simpson. Based on preliminary Nielsen data provided by various networks that carried the hearing, around 13.5 million TV viewers watched the Thursday hearing in which the former football star, actor and pitchman was granted parole after...
O.J. Simpson will be released from prison after a parole hearing for his armed robbery conviction. But his self-image and demeanor are identical to when he was tried for murder.
It's no "Trial of the Century," but it beats a stick in the eye. read more