Simpson, 70, thanked the panel and was relieved to be told that he would be released from prison. He was ordered to serve the minimum jail sentence first, and the parole and probation office said that his release would come on or after October 1, 2017.
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Simpson requested to move to Florida upon his release. “I could easily stay in Nevada but I don’t think you guys want me here,” he joked during the hearing.
Another condition of Simpson’s parole is he was not allowed to drink alcohol or take drugs, and would have to submit to drug alcohol tests.
Simpson told the board he would be able to comply with their rules. “I haven’t drank in nine years,” he said during the hearing. “Most of my life I’m not a guy who lived a criminal life. I’m a pretty straight shooter. I have no problem, none whatsoever living with those conditions.” The panel unanimously agreed to grant Simpson parole.
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