A Vybz Kartel HBO Documentary could be in the works.The American premium cable and satellite television network, reportedly reach out the the Dancehall star's legal team as they are in producing and documenting Vybz Karte's current murder conviction, and the outcome of his appeal.According to attorney-at-law Bert Samuels, HBO requested advanced notice so that they can be in Jamaica before the Court of Appeal makes its final ruling."About six months after the case was through being argued, the HBO contacted me with a view to knowing and getting advanced notice, as to the outcome of the appeal, and they have been in constant contact with us," Samuels said during an interview with Irie FM."Of course the appeal has taken some time, so they themselves have become impatient. I guess they want to be here when the decision is handed down. Of course, you know Kartel\u2019s popularity in the music world is no doubt the driving force behind their interest, so we are awaiting the results and they will be notified by me, once I get advanced notice about the handing down of this decision," he continued.Vybz Kartel's appeal of his murder conviction is now at an advanced stage. The latest development comes after his lead Attorney, Tom Tavares Finson wrote to Court of Appeal President, Justice Dennis Morrison on November 21 requesting an update for the delay in the verdict.In a letter obtained by Nationwide News dated December 2, the registrar told Tom Tavares Finson that she has been directed to inform him and Attorneys for Kartel\u2019s co-appellants that the finalization of the judgment is at an advanced stage.The registrar added that as soon as the judgement is ready and a delivery date set, all parties will be advised.Vybz Kartel, whose given name is Adidja Palmer, along with fellow entertainer Shawn Storm, Andre St John, and Kahira Jones\u00a0were found guilty in 2014 of the 2011 murder of Clive \u2018Lizard\u2019 Williams after a trial lasted for 65 days.They were all given mandatory life sentences with the self-proclaimed \u201cWorl\u2019Boss\u201d, ordered to serve 35 years before he is eligible for parole. Campbell, Jones and St John were ordered to each serve 25 years before they become eligible for parole.Last summer, they made an appeal against their murder convictions in the Supreme Court.\u00a0In nearly five days of legal submissions, the attorneys for Kartel and his three co-convicts argued that their right to a fair trial was prejudiced by a number of factors.Among them, the admission of \u2018contaminated\u2019 evidence during their 17-week murder trial. Chief among the \u2018contaminated\u2019 evidence was a BlackBerry message that was lifted from the deejay\u2019s mobile phone. During the appeal, the Prosecution argued that the integrity of the evidence remains intact and asked the judges to treat the message as an admission to murder.