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Her replacement on Swift Justice has already proved she is no pushover in court. Simpson to up to 33 years in jail in 2008, reducing the former football great to tears.Jackie Glass sentenced disgraced football star Simpson to up to 33 years jail in 2008 on charges including kidnapping, robbery, assault with a deadly weapon and conspiracy. Simpson was controversially acquitted of murdering his ex-wife and another man in 1995 Simpson had led a group of armed men to a Las Vegas hotel room to recover items of sports memorabilia that he had signed. Ironically at the start of the Simpson trial, Judge Glass told prospective jurors: 'If you're looking to become famous because of your service in this case, then this is not the case for you.'But it was that trial that propelled her to her new career as a TV star.Nancy Grace has never shied away from controversy, either in legal circles or on TV.She was twice cited for misconduct as a prosecutor and in her book, Objection, she called defence lawyers 'pigs,' comparing them to Nazi concentration camp guards.
She will be replaced in September by a legal eagle who knows how to make tough decisions: Jackie Glass, the Las Vegas judge who sent O. Simpson to jail for up to 33 years in a robbery case.'Leaving such a successful show was a tough decision, but, with the increased requirements of the production's relocation to Los Angeles, it became challenging to balance my most important job -- mother to John David and Lucy back home,' Grace said.Suffering through a pregnancy with twins Lucy Elizabeth and John David that nearly killed her due to numerous complications including blood clots, Nancy says she can no longer take her work and all-consuming passion for crime home with her.Loving: Before the twins, Nancy says she was totally consumed with crime:' I was an all-night fanatic. I can't bring that home to the twins, I have to be the happy mother that they deserved, and for me, it's been a blessing'She says: 'Before the twins, I was totally consumed with crime, I was an all-night fanatic. I can't bring that home to the twins, I have to be the happy mother that they deserved, and for me, it's been a blessing.' Nancy moved from the law to TV after meeting Court TV founder Steven Brill and signed up to host a legal commentary show alongside Johnnie Cochran after having a 'big old fight' with him about the law during a dinner.With Grace on the bench, Swift Justice was the most viewed new syndicated show of the season, with 2.3 million people tuning in.It was nominated for a Daytime Emmy as best Legal/Courtroom programme.