LAS VEGAS (CN) - Completed juror questionnaires from O.J. Simpson's 2008 kidnapping and armed robbery trial have been released. The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday ordered that the full questionnaires be made public, and found that Clark County Court Judge Jackie Glass shouldn't have redacted them.
The Associated Press and The Las Vegas Review-Journal filed FOIA requests to get the forms after Glass released redacted questionnaires following Simpson's guilty verdict. Glass, a former TV reporter in Las Vegas, had previously said she wouldn't release them because she promised jurors she'd keep them private.
Redacted from the 27-page form of 116 questions were jurors' responses about their children, where the jurors were born and in what neighborhood they lived.
Simpsons got nine to 33 years in prison for kidnapping and robbing a pair of sports memorabilia dealers in a hotel room at the Palace Station casino in September 2007.
The questionnaires are now kept in the Clark County Court's evidence vault.