Lawyers for an accused murderer will get 911 tapes involving their clientand the murder victim after an Athens-Clarke County judge concluded suchmaterials were public records.

Athens-Clarke County Superior Court Judge Steven C. Jones, in an orderMonday, found that 911 tapes were analogous to initial incident reportswhich, under the state’s Open Records Act, are available for public scrutiny.

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