A South Florida judge will take a look at jailhouse surveillance footage of Justin Bieber following his Miami Beach arrest and decide if it can be released to the public.  Lawyers for the Canadian pop star said there's no reason to release the video that shows the 19-year-old urinating in jail after his arrest on a DUI charge.

"Given the privacy interest that we all expect with those bodily acts there should be no difference in terms of the rights of an individual who's been arrested against his will," Bieber's counsel stated.

Lawyers for several media outlets argued that the videos are public record and should be released once they are properly edited.  

The judge has set another hearing on the issue next month.