O.J. Simpson must stand trial on charges that could send him to prison for life, Las Vegas Township Justice of the Peace Joseph Bonaventure ordered Wednesday.
He announced his decision on the fourth and final day of evidentiary hearings in a case stemming from a confrontation in a Las Vegas hotel room on September 13.
Simpson's two co-defendants, Charles Ehrlich and Clarence Stewart, were also bound over to stand trial. Read full article »