Judge sets deadline for Bieber video objections
MIAMI (AP) — A Florida judge has set a Wednesday afternoon deadline for Justin Bieber’s lawyers to file objections to the release of police video taken after the singer’s Jan. 23 arrest in Miami Beach.
Miami-Dade County Judge William Altfield ruled Monday that any objections to additional video releases must be filed by 2 p.m. Wednesday. Altfield is already withholding for review four clips of police video that depict Bieber urinating into a cup for a drug test.
Bieber’s attorneys want to review the entire 10 hours to determine if other images show the 19-year-old singer in various states of undress.
The Associated Press and other news media organizations are seeking the video under Florida’s public records law.
Bieber has pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence, resisting arrest and invalid-license charges.