LAS VEGAS (AP) -- There'll be another O.J. Simpson Trial, this time in Las Vegas.
A justice of the peace has ruled that Simpson and two co-defendants must face trial on kidnapping, armed robbery and other charges.
The charges stem from the alleged robbery of sports memorabilia dealers at a Las Vegas hotel on September 13th. None of the charges in a 12-count complaint against the three men was dropped.
If convicted of kidnapping, Simpson could face up to a life sentence. An armed robbery conviction would mandate some time in prison.
Simpson has claimed that he was attempting to recover items stolen from him.
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