O.J. Simpson, currently locked up in a Nevada jail for a crime that is not the one you associate the most with him, might be getting out of jail as early as this summer, according to a legal expert.

The former running back has been incarcerated at Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada since 2008 after being sentenced to 33 years in prison for an incident where he tried to reclaim memorabilia he says was originally his.

But, O.J. may not be behind jail much longer, according to Sports Illustrated legal analyst and University of New Hampshire law professor Michael McCann:

O.J. Simpson turns 70 in July. Incarcerated since 2008, he is due to go before the Nevada parole board as early as this summer. Depending on the board’s recommendation, 2017 might well be the year that perhaps the most famous inmate in America—the subject of an award-winning documentary and an award-winning scripted show two decades after his Trial of the Century—returns to society.

Sports Illustrated goes into much more detail about the factors that are considered when it comes to Simpson’s possible release which you can check out here.

Simpson, of course, was found not guilty of the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman, in 1995. Two years later, the families of Brown and Goldman won a wrongful-death civil suit against Simpson.

In 2006, Simpson wrote a book entitled “If I Did It,” in which O.J. put forth a “hypothetical” description of how their murders happened.