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O.J. Simpson loses fight for new trial

  • Attorneys say they'll appeal judge's ruling
  • Judge: 'Overwhelming amount of evidence'
File: O.J. Simpson returns to the courtroom after a lunch break during the fifth day of an evidentiary hearing in Clark County District Court on May 17, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

'Juice' & the juries: A look back at O.J.'s legal woes

Timeline of O.J. Simpson's legal woes

O.J. Simpson just lost his fight for a new trial.

A Nevada judge said there was overwhelming evidence to support Simpson’s 2008 conviction for kidnapping and armed robbery.

His attorneys say they'll appeal.

A parole board recently slashed Simpson’s 33-year sentence for storming a Las Vegas hotel room and demanding memorabilia he said was his. He now has four years left behind bars.

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