Attorneys for former New Day Products CEO, Nancy John, appeared in court Monday, trying to dismiss their client's restitution hearing.
John was convicted of embezzling more than a $100,000 from a Wells Fargo checking account owned by New Day.
John's restitution was originally set at $20,000, but New Day Products is asking for another restitution hearing and with it more money to pay for accounting and other fees the non-profit paid for as a result of the embezzlement.
John's attorneys argue there was no agreement or discussion that she would have to pay any additional money other than restitution to the Wells Fargo account.
The judge ordered New Day to provide all documents related to the criminal conduct of John within 30 day, or he will not award a restitution hearing.