The Associated Press reports that there's a new development in the case: Investigators for the CHP have seized Pinnock's medical records with a search warrant. Her lawyer argues that this is a breach of doctor-patient confidentiality. "She suffered a traumatic head injury," attorney Caree Harper said, adding, "How can you give away files about someone injured ... to the very people who beat her?"
According to Pinnock's attorney, the warrant requests "property or things that are evidence that tend to show that a felony has been committed or tends to show that a particular person has committed a felony." The files allegedly include the woman's statements to her doctor about her condition.
Since serving the warrant, Pinnock's attorney has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the CHP for the alleged assault seeking monetary damages. The police are reportedly conducting their own internal investigation into the incident. Scroll down to watch a CBS Evening News report about the initial video that started the controversy.