A judge has decided that O.J. Simpson will stand trial for twelve criminal counts associated with the alleged armed robbery of sports memorabilia in a Sin City hotel room. The counts include robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy, kidnapping and burglary.
Justice of the Peace Joseph Bonaventure made the decision yesterday after hours of deliberating following last week's pre-trial hearings.
Simpson and two other co-defendants face life in prison if convicted of the charges. Three other co-defendants have all testified against Simpson in exchange for plea deals.
Simpson, 60, has pleaded not guilty.