NEW HAVEN, Conn – A Connecticut judge says he expects to rule later this week on whether to unseal documents detailing the case against a former Yale employee accused of murdering graduate student Annie Le.
Raymond Clark III is charged with murder in Le's death, but has not yet entered a plea.
His attorney appeared on his behalf Tuesday in court in New Haven, where Judge Roland Fasano continued the case to Dec. 21.
Clark was a lab technician in the Yale medical research building where Le's body was found stuffed behind a wall on what was supposed to be her wedding day, Sept. 13.
News organizations have asked Fasano to unseal documents detailing the case. Prosecutor oppose the request, citing the privacy rights of Le's family and the need to ensure an impartial jury.