Jackson is on trial in Santa Maria, Calif., on charges that he molested a 13-year-old cancer patient in 2003 and conspired to keep the boy's family captive at the performer's Neverland Ranch.
After the prosecution rested, Jackson's defense team quickly filed for acquittal, claiming that the prosecutors didn't prove their case against the former pop star. Judge Rodney S. Melville is expected to make a ruling on that motion Thursday morning, the Associated Press reports. The judge also left room for the prosecution to reopen its case, pending some judicial decisions as to whether to admit certain items into evidence.
Through the testimony, jurors heard from the boy and his brother, as well as from the boy's mother who admitted to lying under oath in another lawsuit, and who begged jurors: "Please don't judge me!"
The panel also heard from Jackson's ex-wife, Debbie Rowe, whose glowing testimony about Jackson proved more valuable to the defense than it did to the prosecution.
Jackson has pleaded not guilty to all the charges against him.