Judge Rodney Melville, who is presiding over the Michael Jackson trial, has to decide in the near future as to whether to allow evidence from the Jordie Chandler accusations of molestation in 1993 to be admitted to the current trial.
The prosecution team want the jury to hear from Chandler, who settled out of court for millions of dollars in 1993.
In order to decide this, Judge Melville may have Chandler testify at a hearing.
This "miniature trial" could delay the current trial.
Judge Melville will hear initial arguments next week, on allowing the jury to hear the old allegations.