( CNN) At least four people will determine Thursday whether OJ Simpson will soon be released from prison.

If the first four members of the Nevada parole board attending Simpson’s hearing in Carson City don’t all election the same way, then two other commissioners will be called upon to try to reach a majority.

If it’s an even divide at 3-3, Simpson will have to wait for a new hearing in January, by which day a new commissioner will give the board seven members.

Position:

Chairwoman Will attend hearing?

Yes, she will preside over the hearing. Was likewise at Simpson’s 2013 parole hearing Times on Parole Board: 14 total, eight as chairwoman

14 total, eight as chairwoman Most recent former job:

Associate warden of programmes for the Nevada Department of Corrections Other tasks:

Judicial services director in north Florida until 1999, US Air Force Education: Criminal justice, Troy( Alabama) State University; master’s degree in Counseling and Human Development, Troy State

Posture:

Commissioner Will attend hearing?

Yes, was also at Simpson’s 2013 parole hearing Times on Parole Board: Eight times

Eight years Most recent former undertaking:

Associate warden of programs at Northern Nevada Correctional Center, 2 years Other undertakings:

Correctional officer, category analyst at Department of Corrections Education: Criminal justice, University of Nevada at Reno

Position:

Commissioner Will attend hearing?

Yes, was also at Simpson’s 2013 parole hearing Years on Parole Board: Eight years

Eight years Most recent former chore:

Associate warden of programs at Ely State Prison, 8 years Other tasks:

Correctional officer, caseworker III, and associate warden of programs, 18 times total Education: Criminal and judicial matters, BS, Central Missouri State University

Position:

Commissioner Will attend hearing?

Yes, was also at Simpson’s 2013 parole hearing Times on Parole Board: Nine years

Nine times Most recent former chore:

Senior investigator with the Nevada Department of Public security, 15 years Other jobs:

Agent with Nevada State Gaming Control Board; senior examiner with the Attorney General’s Office Education: FBI Academy

Position:

Commissioner Will attend hearing?

No, will watch from Las Vegas Years on Parole Board: 10 years

10 years Most recent former job:

Parole board case hearing representative, 14 times Other undertakings:

US Air Force and US Civil Service Education: Post-secondary and adult education, BS, University of Nevada at Las Vegas; Human resource management, associate degree, Community College of the Us air force; Business management, associate degree, Community College of Southern Nevada