Awaiting trial: Bieber has plead not guilty to charges stemming from his January 23 arrest Much of the footage premiered a week ago, a few of it showing Bieber walking unsteadily throughout a sobriety test. To be made public: Miami judge ordered that a police video to produce censored version of Justinbieber peeing in his jail cell Directly To privacy: The Miami judge did rule to blackout the superstar’s genitals for the public version of the video Judge rules that Justinbieber has a right to his privacy Bieber has pleaded simple to charges of driving under the influence, resisting arrest and driving by having an expired permit. Formal record: The popstar was made to exhibit his tattoos to police following his arrest in Jan He and R&W singer Khalil Amir Sharieff were arrested in early stages January 23 during what police termed an illegal street drag race between a Lamborghini and a Ferrari. Neither has-been charged with dragracing. Bieber attorney Roy Black said he was satisfied with the ruling, as did advertising lawyers. AP lawyer Deanna Shullman said the news headlines business could not present Bieber’s personal parts and Scott Ponce, addressing CBS television channels and The Miami Herald, said the ruling was more about protecting the singer from arbitrary releases on the Internet. ` It ‘s more about what somebody in the private sector may do,’ Ponce said.

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