LOS ANGELES (AP) - A judge in California is giving Fred Goldman a week to come up with a list of sports memorabilia that O.J. Simpson is accused of stealing from a Las Vegas hotel room.
Goldman wants the items to be turned over to him, to help satisfy the civil judgment against Simpson in the death of Goldman's son, Ron. An attorney for Fred Goldman says he believes Nevada authorities will turn over the items, once the criminal case is finished.
But the judge Tuesday refused to order Simpson to hand over his earnings from everything from autograph signings to videogames.
The 33.5-million-dollar judgment against Simpson remains largely unpaid.
Simpson was arrested Sunday after a sports memorabilia collector reported that Simpson and a group of armed men had charged into his
Las Vegas hotel room and had taken several items that Simpson claimed belonged to him.
Simpson is being held without bail on six felony charges.
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