MIAMI (AP) -- Justin Bieber's wobbly walk during a South Florida sobriety test isn't the only thing police video captured after his January arrest on driving under the influence and other charges. But it's unclear if the remaining clips will be released.
Bieber's attorneys raised no objections to the roughly 10 hours of video released Wednesday following public records requests by The Associated Press and other news organizations. They have argued to a judge that police video of the 19-year-old pop singer urinating into a cup for a drug test invades his privacy.
Miami-Dade County Judge William Altfield plans to review the withheld video privately and have a hearing next week on whether any portions will be released.
Bieber has pleaded not guilty to the charges stemming from his January arrest.
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