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Decision in Jackson-AEG trial now in jury's hands




Brian Panish, attorney for the Michael Jackson family delivers his rebuttal argument to jurors in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial on September 26, 2013 in downtown Los Angeles, California.  The case is expected to go to the jury later today.  The singer's family has sued the entertainment firm AEG Live LLC, saying the company negligently hired and supervised Conrad Murray, the doctor who administered the dose of propofol that killed the singer. AEG maintains that Murray worked for Jackson and that any money the firm was supposed to pay the doctor was an advance to the singer.
Brian Panish, attorney for the Michael Jackson family delivers his rebuttal argument to jurors in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial on September 26, 2013 in downtown Los Angeles, California. The case is expected to go to the jury later today. The singer's family has sued the entertainment firm AEG Live LLC, saying the company negligently hired and supervised Conrad Murray, the doctor who administered the dose of propofol that killed the singer. AEG maintains that Murray worked for Jackson and that any money the firm was supposed to pay the doctor was an advance to the singer.
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At long last, a negligence lawsuit by Michael Jackson's mother against concert promoter AEG is in the hands of a jury. For more on the final days of the trial and what might happen next, we turn now to Jeff Gottlieb of the L.A. Times.