A Las Vegas judge on Thursday said he will only allow prosecutors to access the results of Henry Ruggs’ blood tests and testimony from medical professional about the tests in the fatal DUI case involving the former Raiders’ player.

The announcement came during a hearing about the release of medical records in the case. The order from Justice of the Peace Robert Walsh was filed Thursday afternoon, but the documents weren’t immediately available.

David Chesnoff, one of Ruggs’ defense attorneys, said the judge indicated he will not allow medical professionals to testify about their observations or conversations regarding Ruggs’ care.