O.J. pleads not guilty
O.J. Simpson pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Las Vegas to charges of armed robbery and kidnapping resulting from a September altercation.
Simpson and his two co-defendants, Charles Ehrlich and Clarence Stewart, all pleaded not guilty to the charges and have been scheduled for trial on April 7,2008.
The charges where filed after the three, along with three others, allegedly stole sports memorabilia from a man at a Las Vegas hotel.
The other three individuals not standing trial in April all agreed to plead guilty and testify against Simpson, Ehrlich and Stewart, according to BBC.
According to the New York Times, two of three that entered the plea deal carried guns during the alleged robbery.
The three could face up to life in prison if convicted.