Miami-Dade County prosecutors claimed DVDs of approximately 10 hours of video is likely to be made public Wednesday evening. The video was desired from The Associated Press and other marketing companies under Florida’s public record information legislation. Lawyers for the 19-year-old musician asked a judge to review the pieces, including four movies showing Bieber urinating in a glass for a drug test. The judge may hold another hearing in a few days from then on review. Bieber has pleaded not liable to driving-under the influence, resisting arrest and unacceptable-license expenses. Police stopped him Jan. 23 after the things they stated was an illegal street drag-race involving exotic cars. Join the Talk You are using an obsolete version of Web Browser.

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