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Defense lawyers for AEG rest case in Michael Jackson trial




Television news broadcasting vans are parked outside of Los Angeles Superior Court where media are reporting from on the first day of trial of Katherine Jackson and Michael’s children against concert promoter AEG Live at Los Angeles Superior Court on April 02, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. Jackson heirs reportedly will ask the jury for $40 billion in damages against AEG Live. They blame the company for Dr. Conrad Murray’s ill-fated propofol treatment of the late King of Pop.
Television news broadcasting vans are parked outside of Los Angeles Superior Court where media are reporting from on the first day of trial of Katherine Jackson and Michael’s children against concert promoter AEG Live at Los Angeles Superior Court on April 02, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. Jackson heirs reportedly will ask the jury for $40 billion in damages against AEG Live. They blame the company for Dr. Conrad Murray’s ill-fated propofol treatment of the late King of Pop.
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The Michael Jackson trial may finally be coming to an end. The case is now in its 21st week and lawyers for concert promoter AEG rested their defense yesterday. 

To catch us up on this, we're joined once again by Jeff Gottlieb of the LA Times.