Yes, OJ Simpson is still serving his time at Lovelock Correctional Facility in Nevada.
Simpson was acquitted for the deaths of Brown Simpson, his ex-wife and her friend Goldman in 12 June 1994.
In December 2008 he was sentenced to a prison term of 33 years without the possibility of parole for 9 years, related to an armed robbery in 2007 (he was charged with other crimes as well, including kidnapping). This was in contrast to the potential life sentence he was facing for this offense that took place at the Palace Station hotel.
He will be eligible for parole in October 2017 at the age of 70. If he remains incarcerated for his full sentence it means he'll be 94 years old by the time he's released.
The CBS News recently reported that Simpson lost his latest appeal of his 2008 kidnapping and armed robbery conviction in Las Vegas.
A three-member Nevada Supreme Court panel rejected Simpson's request for a new trial, ruling in a 16-page order that there was no reason to overturn a lower court judge's decisions in the case.
Find collection of transcripts from the infamous Simpson trial held in 1995 at Walraven.org.
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