Stuart News, TCPalm.com, AP and others join in motion to access Justin Bieber arrest video


Justin Bieber was charged with charged with resisting arrest without violence in addition to drag racing and DUI. (PHOTOS/Miami Dade County Jail)

The Stuart News, TCPalm.com, AP and other media outlets urged a judge Tuesday to grant access to police videos made shortly after pop singer Justin Bieber’s arrest last month on driving under the influence and other charges, according to The Charlotte Observer.

The news organizations said in a motion filed in Miami-Dade County court that the 19-year-old has no legal basis to prevent release of the videos, taken at the Miami Beach police station after he was booked January 23.

 

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