A judge’s ruling could clear the way for some of the items scooped up by O.J. Simpson to be sold.
Superior Court Judge Gerald Rosenberg has ordered O.J. Simpson to turn over any of the disputed memorabilia he can prove is his that Las Vegas police seized when they arrested him last month on robbery, kidnapping and other charges.
"When you take the watch and you take the sports memorabilia, it’s a drive toward monetary justice," said attorney David Cook, who represents the father of Ron Goldman.
Among the items Simpson had attempted to retrieve in his self-professed "sting" operation last month were commemorative and autographed footballs as well as other memorabilia dating to his college days at USC and some of the clothing he was wearing during his 1995 criminal trial for the slayings of his former wife and Goldman. Simpson was acquitted but later found liable for the deaths in civil court in 1997.