The Nevada Supreme Court has rejected O.J. Simpson's latest appeal in connection to his 2008 kidnapping and armed robbery conviction, reports The Associated Press.
A three-member panel of the state high court issued the ruling last Thursday, stating that they found no reason to overturn previous findings and give the former NFL star a new trial.
Simpson is currently serving a nine to 33-year prison sentence for orchestrating an armed sports memorabilia heist.
The appeal, filed in May 2014, was another attempt at allowing Simpson a new trial. The star's lawyers argued Clark County District Court Judge Linda Marie Bell should have given Simpson a new trial after their previous appeal, with claims that Yale Galanter (lead trial lawyer from 2008) had a conflict of interest.
Simpson, 68, will be eligible for parole in 2017.