O.J. Simpson will remain in jail after the Nevada Supreme Court denied an appeal Friday of his armed robbery and kidnapping convictions. However, O.J. Simpson's co-defendant will receive a new trial after his conviction was reversed.
O.J. Simpson lawyer: "Mr. Simpson really believed he was recovering his own property."
OJ Simpson's lawyer told a three-justice panel that O.J. Simpson's conviction was "payback" for the 1994 double-murder acquital.