Deliberations Continue In Jackson Case

The jury resumed deliberations today (June 7) in the child molestation case against pop star Michael Jackson.

The jury resumed deliberations today (June 7) in the child molestation case against pop star Michael Jackson. Sheriff's vans brought the eight women and four men of the jury to the courthouse, where Jackson fans and members of the news media waited in anticipation of a verdict.

The jury, which put in about two hours after getting the case Friday afternoon, completed its first full day of deliberation yesterday. The jury has followed the trial schedule of a six-hour day, including three 10-minute breaks but no lunch break.

Jackson, 46, is accused of molesting a 13-year-old cancer survivor in 2003, plying him with wine and conspiring to hold his family captive to get them to rebut a damaging TV documentary about the entertainer. If convicted on the molestation counts, he could be sentenced to several years in prison.


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