Michael Jackson wants the grand jury investigating child molestation charges against him to hear new evidence that he says prove his innocence.

NEW YORK--Michael Jackson wants the grand jury investigating child molestation charges against him to hear new evidence that he says prove his innocence.

Jackson's attorney, Benjamin Brafman, told Santa Barbara County Superior Court Judge Rodney Melville last Friday that he and co-counsel Mark Geragos were turning over to the prosecution a letter listing 100 items that tend to help show Jackson did not commit the crimes with which he is charged.

"There is a wealth of clearly exculpatory material. We are filing today 20 notebooks with the district attorney's office," Brafman said.