SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) -- Attorneys will try to settle a lawsuit that demands O.J. Simpson's former manager hand over the suit the former football star was wearing when he was acquitted of murder.
A mandatory settlement conference is scheduled Monday morning in the chambers of a Santa Monica judge.
Fred Goldman is suing Simpson's former manager Mike Gilbert. He wants the suit Simpson wore in 1995 when he was found not guilty of killing his ex-wife and Goldman's son Ronald.
Goldman has been trying to take Simpson's possessions and sell them to satisfy a $33.5 million wrongful death lawsuit award.
At a hearing last year, Gilbert said the suit belongs to him and it's in storage.
Simpson is serving time in Nevada for robbery and kidnapping.
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