Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Sunday, June 20, 2004

It Never Rains, But it Pours

During the conference on the 10th of June, about Michael Jackson's forthcoming trial, Judge Rodney Melville asked both the defence and prosecution teams to come up with proposals as to how the grand jury transcript in the case should be edited.

Based on these proposals, Judge Melville would then decide what to release from the transcripts after the motion to dismiss is filed.

In a flurry of Michael Jackson related legal activity, Superior Court Judge Zel Canter agreed to release most of the documents from Jackson's 1997 civil trial.

This case related to a wrongful termination of employment claim, which was filed by 5 members of Michael Jackson's staff at the time.

Jackson was found innocent, by a Santa Maria jury, of charges which included; wrongful dismissal, harassment, intentionally inflicting emotional distress, assault, eavesdropping and breach of contract.

The media will have a field day picking over these old charges.

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