Jim Morrison of the rock group "The Doors" is shown in this undated photo.

Jim Morrison Pardon Papers Paint Picture of Wild Night

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — It's a strange sheaf of documents for Florida's governor to have. The thick notebook describes how Jim Morrison discussed sex with a lamb he held on stage, ordered fans to "love your neighbor 'til it hurts" and later, at trial, defended his boozy singing to a prosecutor.

Collection of Robert C. Josefsberg Jim Morrison of the Doors with his lawyer Robert C. Josefsberg.

The Lawyer Who Helped Jim Morrison Ride Out a Legal Storm

More than 40 years after Jim Morrison was convicted of indecent exposure and profanity for his behavior at a Florida rock concert the Doors’ front man is once again drawing headlines for that event, at Miami’s Dinner Key Auditorium on March 1, 1969, following remarks by Florida’s outgoing governor, Charlie Crist, that he was “willing to look into” a pardon for Morrison before his term expires in January.