Six months ago, O.J. Simpson asked for a new trial after being convicted of robbery and kidnapping in 2008. Now, a judge has made a ruling.
Fox News Radio's Jessica Rosenthal reports:
A judge in Clark County Nevada said the standards required to grant a new trial had not been met. She had to consider 22 claims filed by O.J. Simpson's attorneys of ineffective counsel and attorney conflict of interest. Simpson had argued that his old attorney Yale Galanter, told him he could go get items that were his from two sports memorabilia dealers and that the money for his defense was pocketed and not spent on experts at trial. The decision means Simpson-- who was convicted of robbery and kidnapping for going to get that stuff back, will continue to serve a prison sentence of nine to 33 years.
Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News Radio.