O.J. Simpson goes before a parole board today and many experts say he has a good chance of becoming a free man. Simpson is set to appear before Nevada's Board of Parole Commissioners via video conference from the Lovelock Correctional Center at 1:00 p.m. eastern time.
Simpson has served more than eight years of a nine-to-33-year sentence after being convicted of armed robbery and other charges in 2008, when he attempted to recover some of his football memorabilia.
Victim's of the incident could also give statements in front of the board.
If four of the six members of the parole board vote to release Simpson he will be released by October 1st.
No word if the former Kendall-area resident would return to South Florida if he were to go free.