Michael Jackson on Trial

For Tom Sneddon, A Broken Record
How bad is it to be Tom Sneddon now? For the second time in 12 years, Michael Jackson has gotten away from him. Anyone who sat in that courtroom in Santa Maria saw that Sneddon could be cranky and, perhaps worse for such a high-profile trial, bland.
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Prosecution witness Brian Barron, a former security guard at the Neverland Ranch, passes through a magnetometer as he arrives at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse for Michael Jackson's child molestation trial. (AP)


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Firm in Its Conviction There Was Too Much Doubt (Paul Farhi, Tue, 14 Jun)
Verdict Brings Relief, Joy (Michelle Boorstein and Sudarsan Raghavan, Tue, 14 Jun)
One Strange Case (Libby Copeland, Tue, 14 Jun)
The Once and Future King of Pop? Not Likely. (David Segal, Tue, 14 Jun)
From Legal Analysts, a Mixed Verdict on the Trial (Amy Argetsinger and Tamara Jones, Tue, 14 Jun)
As the Verdict Comes Down, Pundits' Crystal Balls Go Foggy (Lisa de Moraes, Tue, 14 Jun)
Throughout Trial, A More Subdued Jackson (Tamara Jones, Mon, 13 Jun)
At Jackson Trial, the Jury Is Out (Peter Carlson, Sat, 04 Jun)

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Attorney Jeralyn Merritt took reader questions on the first day of the Michael Jackson trial.

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