O.J. Simpson wants new trial
LAS VEGAS -- A weary-looking O.J. Simpson weighed down by shackles and four years in prison shuffled into a Las Vegas courtroom Monday hoping to eventually walk out a free man.
His arrival in court to ask for a new trial in the armed robbery case that sent him to prison in 2008 could be heard before he was seen -- as a loud rattling of the chains that bound his hands to his waist and kept his feet together.
His lawyers had argued to forego the restraints but were overruled. After ...
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