Simpson, Accomplices Told To Pay Victim $3,500

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LAS VEGAS (AP) - A lawyer for one of O.J. Simpson's co-defendants in a robbery case says a judge has ordered more than $3,500 in restitution paid to a victim.

Lawyer John Moran Jr. says Judge Jackie Glass ended a hearing Thursday with instructions that the six convicted co-defendants pay $3,560 to collectibles dealer Bruce Fromong. Moran is the attorney for former Simpson pal Charles Ehrlich.

Glass previously ordered Simpson, Clarence "C.J." Stewart and four other men to pay Fromong's medical bills related to injuries he allegedly suffered when he was robbed in September 2007 in a hotel room.

Simpson and Stewart were convicted on kidnapping, armed robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, burglary and conspiracy charges. The others pleaded guilty to felony charges.