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That it is gods have blessed us with the return of OJ Simpson.
Trail of blood from Rockingham to Bundy.
But this isn't about that today's asking for a new trial on that 2008 conviction for armed robbery and kidnapping.
You -- call ROJ claimed he was just trying to get his stuff back from two sports collectors and that he did not know an accomplice had a gun.
He's serving nine to 33 years in The -- -- But his attorney is now arguing the judge should throw out that conviction because OJ's attorney in the original trial was incompetent.
OJ is expected to testify this week thank you news -- -- to break down the case -- the criminal defense attorney.
-- -- well you know he says that he is a lawyer never told him that there was a plea deal on the table Yale Galanter -- as soon as we met.
And never told and that there was a plea deal on the table -- he know there was a police believe certainly would have accepted the plea deal and he also did not know what he did was illegal -- -- his lawyer told him it was fine.
And that's the big one.
First well if Yale Galanter knew that there was a plea deal he's obligated to tell his client but if I'm remembering correctly from five years ago -- OJ was a -- arrogant guy he might have been presented with a plea deal on -- on no way I'm not taking it.
The bigger issue here he'd probably sit did you see what I did have cleared by -- -- -- everybody.
That went great thing for my blood was everywhere and everything's fine now -- This little thing don't you worry your pretty face about it this is -- and yeah but instead so -- -- Galanter a real this plan that's could be the biggest issue for OJ in this but they're calling a hail -- it's a hit -- corpus proceeding.
If he said look I didn't know what I was doing was -- because my own attorney told me it was OK to go in there and get my stuff.
That creates a conflict of interest between OJ and Yale Galanter which means yeah Atlantic never should have been trying that case -- if I'm the judge in this case.
That won't give me -- -- OJ could win on background -- she's got eighteen more grounds to consider but she he could win on that Crandall and that would be enough.
That would be enough selling -- one.
Only did that doesn't mean he's gonna go free -- No it -- that he could get another child but look what they did to his co dependent co -- got a new trial and the DA said you know -- forget we're not gonna try again but it giving DL and -- bring you lose and that's what they did of course -- he didn't kill his wife and her friend either.
-- -- -- I didn't either -- we -- that because that it didn't fit they had to quit it's right.
So hard I now is being punished for getting away with murder he's the one guy -- really glad that I can't say that again.
Is -- being punished for getting away with murder you might be I don't know the answer that question but he certainly thinks so.
Yeah well I end to end there could be a little something to accept that could be it could be a little something that we all think that he got -- we'd love -- -- we also there was plenty of evidence to convict him.
For those two brutal murders.
He got away with it.
Then he's not paying his due to his debt to the family the Goldman family got away with that 33 million bucks 33 million bucks I don't -- hasn't paid back maybe I don't know two -- of the 33 million not enough.
But now here is a group of thugs fighting another group of thugs for his stuff and he goes away from may be up to 33 years there could be -- Into us because all the program once you know that -- you -- for you find on the -- we talked on TV and it was marvelous.
You would be the best hi all my god I sat through that whole trial.
Criminal and civil ended criminal downtown they still had so much smog that you went home smelling like oil I would -- for you to get a PC and I would love it I would pay -- -- anything we did that and I love you get a guy that doesn't fit its of bombshells.
That Johnny Cochran.
Think we might be surprised Imus and god rest his soul he didn't do the job lawyers.
Hey -- by the way OJ testifies maybe tomorrow and maybe Thursday but more likely tomorrow and -- it's in this hour.
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