The wait continues for the St. Louis County grand jury decision in the Michael Brown shooting case, but on Sunday KSDK-TV learned that the evidence the panel is hearing may not be released after all.
If white Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson is indicted in the shooting death of Brown, evidence presented to the grand jury would not be released because it would be used during the trial.
“If there is not an indictment returned in any case, then the case is closed and the records are closed. Unless the judge orders that they be opened. So in this case, we have asked the judge if there is no indictment returned, and no charge on anything, we have asked the judge, and she has agreed, that the records will be made public,” St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch said.
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