Four men who took plea deals and testified against OJ Simpson are scheduled to be sentenced four days after the former football star and a co-defendant learn their fate.
Judge Jackie Glass says sentencing hearings will be held December 9 for Michael McClinton, Charles Cashmore, Walter Alexander and Charles Ehrlich. Simpson and Clarence “C.J.” Stewart are to be sentenced on December 5.
Simpson and Stewart were convicted October 3 of kidnapping, armed robbery and other counts in a 2007 confrontation with sports memorabilia dealers in a Las Vegas hotel room. They could get life in prison but are seeking a new trial.
The four former co-defendants pleaded guilty to lesser charges. McClinton could get up to 11 years in prison; the others face less.