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OJ Simpson, CJ Stewart Hearings Being Webcast
Friday, 31 July 2009 13:57
The Nevada Supreme Court oral arguments in the cases of O.J. Simpson and C.J. Stewart are being webcast live on this website on Monday, Aug. 3.  Viewing is only available during the actual hearings.  The webcasts will not be archived.  The hearing for Mr. Simpson begins at 10:00 a.m. and is scheduled for a half hour.  The hearing for Mr. Stewart begins at 10:30 a.m. and is also scheduled for a half hour.   ( CLICK HERE at the time of the arguments to view the proceedings) 

A 3-justice panel of the Nevada Supreme Court will hear arguments in the Supreme Court's Las Vegas courtroom on motions filed by Mr. Simpson and Mr. Stewart for bail pending appeal of their convictions on multiple criminal charges.  The hearings are open to the public, but interested persons are urged to take advantage of the webcasts because of limited seating available in the courtroom.  Neither Mr. Simpson nor Mr. Stewart will be present. 

These arguments only involve the bail issue and not the appeals of their convictions.  Oral arguments, if any, in the underlying appeals have not been scheduled.

In October 2008, a Clark County jury returned a verdict finding Mr. Simpson and Mr. Stewart guilty of various crimes including kidnapping, armed robbery, and assault with a deadly weapon over the taking of sports memorabelia.  Mr. Simpson was sentenced to 9 to 33 years in the custody of the Nevada State Department of Corrections.  Mr. Stewart was sentenced to 7½ to 29 years Although the webcast will not be archived, PODCASTS of the arguments will be posted following the arguments and archived for a period of time.
Documents in these cases are available on the Supreme Court website.  Click on "High Profile Cases" and scroll to the appropriate cases.

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