The lawyer of Rihanna, Donald Etra revealed that the prosecutors wanted to subpoena the songstress to appear and testify at a hearing on June 22. This will be the turning point of the assault case so the court can decide whether or not to proceed with a trial.
Etra stated, "The DA has advised me that she will be subpoenaed (to testify). She absolutely will comply."
On the other end, Chris Brown's lawyer, Mark Geragos, was not granted by L.A. Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg to access police records to know who leaked a photo of the injured Rihanna online.
Schnegg said, "It matters to me not if your client is high-profile or not. I don't believe you're entitled (to demand access to police records)."