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OJ co-defendant sentenced in Las Vegas plea deal

A judge says O.J. Simpson's co-defendant must serve three years probation, including nine months of home detention, in the 2007 Las Vegas armed robbery and kidnapping case.

A judge says O.J. Simpson's co-defendant must serve three years probation, including nine months of home detention, in the 2007 Las Vegas armed robbery and kidnapping case.

Clarence "C.J." Stewart, the 56-year-old former Simpson golfing buddy, was sentenced Tuesday by District Court Judge Jackie Glass after pleading an equivalent of no contest to felony robbery and conspiracy.

The Nevada Supreme Court granted Stewart a new trial last October, saying he didn't get a fair trial sitting next to Simpson because of the notoriety of the former football and television star.

The high court upheld Simpson's conviction and sentence of nine to 33 years.

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