Fred Goldman Wants O.J. Simpson's 'Not Guilty' Suit

Mar. 1 2010, Published 12:58 p.m. ET

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The long-running O.J. Simpson civil lawsuit continues Monday, this time revolving around the suit Simpson wore when he was declared not guilty for the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman 15 years ago.

A settlement conference will be held before Judge Gerald Rosenberg in chambers at the Santa Monica Courthouse at 10 a.m. PST, has learned, as Ron Goldman's father Fred is suing Simpson and his former manager Mike Gilbert for possession of the suit.

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It’s not clear why Goldman wants the suit, presumably for the purposes of selling it.

While Simpson was acquitted in the 1995 criminal trial, a Santa Monica jury found the ex-NFL star liable for the deaths in the 1997 civil trial and ordered him to pay Fred Goldman $33.5 million in damages, which he is attempting to collect.

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Simpson was sentenced to at least nine years in a Las Vegas prison in October 2008 in connection with an armed robbery and kidnapping conviction.

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