LAS VEGAS (AP) -- One more witness and one more day should be enough to wrap up the preliminary hearing into a Las Vegas robbery allegedly involving O.J. Simpson.
A justice of the peace will then decide whether Simpson and two others should go to trial on 12 charges, including kidnapping.
A witnesses testified yesterday that Simpson asked him to bring a gun. Simpson has maintained that no guns were displayed during the confrontation, that he never asked anyone to bring guns and that he did not know anyone had guns. He has said he intended only to retrieve items that had been stolen from him by a former agent, including the suit he wore the day he was acquitted of murder in 1995.
A conviction on the kidnapping count could result in a sentence of life in prison with the possibility of parole.
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