(AP) – A Nevada judge is considering whether to unseal warrant documents in the Michael Jackson investigation, following a closed-door meeting with a Los Angeles police detective and prosecutor.
Clark County District Court Judge Valerie Adair said Tuesday she might need until Wednesday to rule whether to release affidavits relating to searches of a Las Vegas pharmacy and of Michael Jackson’s personal physician’s home, office and storage unit.
Attorneys for The Associated Press and other media want documents relating to any Nevada searches made public.
Dr. Conrad Murray’s home and office in Las Vegas were searched July 28, and a pharmacy where authorities say he legally bought the powerful sedative propofol was searched Aug. 11.
Police investigating the pop singer’s death oppose releasing any new documents.