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Latest Court Monday Items
A woman who was speaking on the phone with the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death the day the singer died says the call was interrupted and the physician was no longer paying attention to her.
Prosecutors on Tuesday called the girlfriend of the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death to detail the physician's busy schedule on the day the singer died and her own interactions with the late King of Pop.
Prosecutors in the manslaughter trial against Michael Jackson's personal physician are keeping jurors focused on the doctor's phone records from the day the King of Pop died, attempting to show that Dr. Conrad Murray was trying to juggle his medical practice, personal life and superstar patient all at the same time.
Suspect in Bowie State killing denied bail; Toddler shot, killed; Orange calls for ethics reform, and a raise; D.C. rapes increase in 2010; Man is posing as NFL's Vince Young; D.C. auditor calls for probe of police advisory committee leader; P.G. primaries today for Johnson's seat; D.C.'s top teacher was a mechanical engineer; O'Malley administration opposes Constellation merger.
The fatal stabbing of a Bowie State University student by her college roommate was a "tragic accident" that happened as the suspect defended herself, the woman's defense attorney said in court Monday.
Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones has pleaded not guilty to charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest in Cincinnati.
A D.C. police officer charged with murder is due in court Monday in Prince George's County.
The Hartford Courant is asking a federal judge to dismiss a $7.5 million plagiarism lawsuit filed by a competing newspaper, saying no copyright laws were broken.
The doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death returns to court Monday to ask for a delay in his upcoming involuntary manslaughter trial.