Prosecutors did not move to extend the seal on the search warrants in the case of Raymond Clark III, who is charged with the murder of Annie Le GRD ’13. As a result, the documents will be released today.

Following a fatal stabbing at Club Sinergy on Crown Street early Saturday morning, Connecticut’s liquor control board has pulled the nightclub’s liquor permit, shutting it down until further notice, the New Haven Police said Tuesday.

Speaking of drinking too much … a rookie New Haven cop was charged for drunk and disorderly conduct at the Center Street Lounge early Monday morning after allegedly urinating on the floor.

Preempting Charlie Jaeger’s ’12 threat to delete every single post on the Yale FML Web site, the Harvard freshman who runs the site, Jonah Varon, revoked the moderating privileges of Jaeger and all other Yalies early Tuesday morning.

Have you seen Sam Waterston ’62? A student sighted the “Law and Order” star at a New Haven Walgreens Tuesday night. Waterston is currently performing in the Long Wharf Theater’s production of Athol Fugard’s “Have You Seen Us?”

A famous real-life lawyer was also at Yale on Tuesday: Outgoing White House Counsel Greg Craig LAW ’72 discussed his career with his former professor, Bruce Ackerman LAW ’67. Before a packed auditorium, the two spoke about Craig’s experiences in the Obama administration, said Samuel Berger ’10, co-president of the American Constitution Society, which co-sponsored the event with the Yale Law Democrats.

Steven Colbert grilled a Yale law professor on “Climate-gate” Monday night. Dan Esty LAW ’86 appeared on “The Colbert Report” to discuss the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference. “Global warming is nothing to worry about,” Colbert declared. “What will you now do for a living?” Esty, who has advised President Barack Obama on energy and environmental issues, responded, “Not quite so fast, Stephen.”

See Toad’s with the lights on. The Women’s Center is hosting “Sex at Yale,” a discussion of Yale’s sex culture, at Toad’s Place at 5:30 p.m. today.

This day in Yale history

1957 Brothers of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity kidnap the Zeta Psi pledge master and drive him away from campus for “several days” in retribution for a Zeta Psi prank in which brothers put DKE’s pledge master on a one-way plane trip to California.