The jury in Michael Jackson's trial this week are likely to hear testimony from a psychologist, who was among the first to interview Gavin Arvizo.
Additionally it is expected that the prosecution will also bring the lawyer, who first questioned Gavin, to the stand.
As far as the prosecution is concerned, this Friday will conclude the sex part of the trial. They will then move on to the allegations of kidnapping.
However, if Judge Rodney Melville allows testimony from the two previous cases in which young boys claimed they too were molested by Jackson; then sex will once again enter the fray.