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Fast Facts: O.J. Simpson's Past Run-Ins With the Law

—Sept. 14, 2007: O.J. Simpson was under investigation in an alleged armed robbery at a casino hotel room involving sports memorabilia, but the former football star denied breaking into the room or carrying a weapon. Simpson told The Associated Press he went to the room to get memorabilia that was stolen from him.

—July 4, 2005: A neighbor who went to O.J. Simpson's suburban Miami home to help jump start his girlfriend's car ended up calling police to report a fight. Police showed up, but no charges were filed.

—March 8, 2004: Satellite television network DirecTV Inc. accused O.J. Simpson in Miami federal court of using illegal electronic devices to pirate its broadcast signals. The El Segundo, California-based company later won a $25,000 judgment and Simpson was ordered to pay $33,678 in attorneys' fees and costs.

—Jan. 18, 2003: Police said they arrived at O.J. Simpson's Florida home after his teenage daughter placed an emotional 911 call following an argument with her father. Sydney Simpson, then 17, was crying when she asked police to assist in what she termed "an abuse thing." When they arrived, the teen said she and her father got into an argument over family issues. No charges were filed.

—Nov. 22, 2002: O.J. Simpson paid a $130 fine for speeding through a Florida manatee zone in a 30-foot powerboat on the Fourth of July. An arrest warrant was briefly issued for the former football star.

—Oct. 24, 2001: O.J. Simpson was cleared of all charges in a Florida case involving an alleged road-rage incident.

—Oct. 3, 1995: O.J. Simpson acquitted of murdering ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. He was later found liable for their deaths in a civil case and ordered to pay $33.5 million.