Justices rule that the surveillance video is part of the public record

Posted at 10:54 AM, Dec 06, 2016

NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma's Supreme Court ruled that a video showing University of Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon assaulting a woman in 2014 has to be released to the public. 

The Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters sued for the surveillance video from a Campus Corner restaurant. 

Mixon apologized for the incident. He was suspended for the 2014 season and later sentenced in court to a year of probation in a plea deal.

Justices found the video was part of the court record and therefore subject to public release. No word on when the video will be released. 

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