O.J. Simpson and his legal professional Malcolm LaVergne (Photograph by Jason Bean-Pool/Getty Pictures)
What an entire silly b—-. F— her… She has zero standing to even speak about Mr. Simpson’s case. She’s the legal professional basic, she has nothing to do with it. It’s just about a foregone conclusion that Simpson can be transferring to Florida when he chooses and as soon as Nevada approves it. That’s dealt with by the Nevada Division of Parole and Florida division of corrections, not the legal professional basic.
— Malcolm LaVergne, the just lately paroled O.J. Simpson’s lawyer, teed off on Florida Lawyer Common in an interview with the Tampa Bay Instances. Bondi despatched a letter to the Florida Division of Corrections urging them to disclaim Simpson’s request to serve his parole in Florida regardless of the routine nature of comparable requests, and the AG’s lack of jurisdiction over the matter. LaVergne went on to opine that Bondi was “presumably the stupidest individual on the planet” and her letter was “clearly attempting to achieve political favor.” Two of Simpson’s youngsters dwell in Florida, and he was a resident of the Sunshine State on the time of his arrest.