Attorney Theodore Boutrous, who is acting for the media in the Michael Jackson case, has pressed for more information to be released to the media/public.
He reportedly filed for access to sealed documents on Tuesday, under the First Amendment.
Boutrous is reportedly to be of the opinion that Judge Rodney Melville "has been applying incorrect legal standards".
It seems that, in the opinion of Boutrous, Michael Jackson's fame is not enough to shield him from the media scrutiny that would normally accompany a case of this magnitude.
The "wild rumors and salacious allegations" that surround the case will be, in the opinion of Boutrous, diminished if more information is placed in the public domain.
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