Attorneys for the family of a Northern California girl who was kidnapped, murdered, then stuffed in a suitcase are seeking to block the release of her autopsy report.
Tabak says the public already knows enough of the "horrific" details of the case.
On Monday, a judge lifted a protective order on the report and other documents in the case against Melissa Huckaby. The Sunday school teacher later pleaded guilty to killing 8-year-old Sandra. She was sentenced Monday to life in prison.
Tabak says the family is still considering whether to appeal the decision on the other documents, including a grand jury transcript due to be released Friday.