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Michael Jackson Not Guilty on All Charges | Michael Jackson

UpdatePosted 06/13/2005 10:45PM

Michael Jackson Not Guilty on All Charges

Originally posted 06/13/2005 04:00PM

In a slam-dunk against the prosecution, Michael Jackson was vindicated in his child-molestation trial in a Santa Maria, Calif., courtroom Monday afternoon.

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Michael Jackson Treated at Emergency Room | Michael Jackson Trial

Michael Jackson Treated at Emergency Room

Originally posted 06/06/2005 08:30AM

A day before a jury returns to continue deliberations in his child-molestation case, a frail-looking Michael Jackson was treated at an emergency room near his Neverland Ranch for what his spokeswoman described as a continuing back problem.

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Defense Rests in Michael Jackson Trial | Michael Jackson Trial

Defense Rests in Michael Jackson Trial

Originally posted 05/25/2005 02:30PM

Michael Jackson never took the stand in his own trial – and he never will.

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Jay Leno Testifies in Jackson Trial | Jay Leno

UpdatePosted 05/24/2005 01:00PM

Jay Leno Testifies in Michael Jackson Trial

Originally posted 05/24/2005 12:00PM

Tonight Show host Jay Leno testified Tuesday as a defense witness in Michael Jackson child-molestation trial, where for about 25 minutes he described several phone messages from the singer's young accuser.

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Macaulay Culkin Denies Jackson Molested Him | Macaulay Culkin

UpdatePosted 05/12/2005 08:00AM

Macaulay Culkin Denies Jackson Molested Him

Originally posted 05/11/2005 08:25AM

Macaulay Culkin, testifying for Michael Jackson's defense in his child-molestation trial, took the stand Wednesday morning and vehemently denied any inappropriate behavior or touching during the times he slept at Jackson's Neverland Ranch.

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Jackson Prosecution Rests Its Case | Michael Jackson Trial

Jackson Prosecution Rests Its Case

Originally posted 05/05/2005 09:00AM

After nearly two and a half months and a cast of more than 80 witnesses – whose testimony ranged from damning to ridiculous – the prosecution in the Michael Jackson molestation trial rested its case Wednesday afternoon.

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Officer: Ex-Wife Called Jackson 'Sociopath' | Michael Jackson

Officer: Ex-Wife Called Jackson 'Sociopath'

Originally posted 05/03/2005 04:00PM

A sheriff's investigator testified Tuesday that Michael Jackson's ex-wife, Debbie Rowe, privately described the pop star as a sociopath.

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Ex-Wife: Jackson a 'Great Father' | Michael Jackson

Ex-Wife: Jackson a 'Great Father'

Originally posted 04/28/2005 04:00PM

Debbie Rowe, Michael Jackson's ex-wife and the mother of his two oldest children, spent her second day testifying in his child-molestation case Thursday, calling her former husband a "great person and a great father" who can be easily manipulated, especially by "vultures" out to exploit him.

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Jackson's Ex-Wife: Video Was Unscripted | Michael Jackson

Jackson's Ex-Wife: Video Was Unscripted

Originally posted 04/27/2005 05:00PM

Michael Jackson's ex-wife and mother of his two eldest children, Debbie Rowe, finally took the stand in his child-molestation trial during the final 35 minutes of Wednesday's session, giving heartfelt and sometimes dramatic testimony, but leaving a large question mark as to whether she's helped or hurt the prosecution.

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Next Up Against Jackson: His Ex-Wife | Michael Jackson

Next Up Against Jackson: His Ex-Wife

Originally posted 04/22/2005 04:20PM

In a surprising development in the Michael Jackson case, Debbie Rowe – the star's ex-wife and mother of two of his three children – has been subpoenaed by the prosecution to testify against Jackson, a source tells PEOPLE.

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