O.J. Simpson is beginning post-prison life in the city where he committed the crime that saw him locked up. After serving nine years for a Las Vegas kidnapping and armed robbery, he left prison early Sunday to start a new chapter as a parolee. Simpson's parole plan was agreed upon at Lovelock Correctional Center prior to his release, Nevada's Division of Parole and Probation said.
Los Angeles lawyer and legal commentator Mari Henderson joined CKNW host Simi Sara to discuss OJ Simpson’s release, where he'll go, what his parole conditions will be, how he'll get money, and what happens to the money he owes the Goldmans from the civil judgment against him.