DADE CITY, Fla. (AP) - A judge has ruled that all evidence can be made public in the case of a retired Tampa police captain who fatally shot a man in a movie theater after a dispute over texting.

During a hearing Wednesday in Pasco County court, judge Pat Siracusa made the ruling after the defense and prosecution said they had no objections.

Reeves is charged with second-degree murder in the killing of Chad Oulson, who died in a Wesley Chapel movie theater on Jan. 13 after a dispute over texting.

In early February, the evidence was sealed from the public for 30 days so reeves' attorneys could review it and perhaps challenge all or parts of its release to the public. They had no challenges, largely because much of the information was released during a two-day bond hearing.

Photo Credit Pasco County Sheriff's Office