But Florida's public records law does not permit them to do that. It must all be made public except photos. Here from the article:
Nor does today's discovery include the report of Trayvon Martin's toxicology testing by NMS labs. Discovery previously released included the conclusion of the toxicology report, but not the actual tests. I'm not sure why those are exempt under the public records law. They don't depict the victim or the shooting. Here is the Volusia County Medical Examiner's webpage on disclosure of the contents of the autopsy report. Trayvon's autopsy was performed by their office. The state's public records law web page states:
While autopsy reports are public record, autopsy photos are confidential. An agency may not delete information from a public record in the absence of a statute providing for the confidentiality or exemption of such information. Nor may an agency refuse to release an entire record because it may contain some confidential or exempt information; rather the agency is required to redact the exempt material and release the rest of the record.
The medical report says the toxicology report was included with the autopsy and medical examiner's report. So why wasn't it released?
They didn't want the potential jury to look unfavorably on 'the rebel, er, the victim'?