A Charlottesville judge announced today that he will be releasing non-sensitive evidence on May 15th and 16 in the Yeardley Love murder trial.
Love was killed by her ex-boyfriend in 2010. He was convicted of second-degree murder earlier this year.
Among the evidence set to be released are Huguely's hour-long videotaped statement to police, pictures of the crime scene, the diagram of Love's apartment and text messages exchanged between Huguely and Love.
Huguely will be sentenced in August.
The jury recommended 26 years.