Paramedics who responded to Michael Jackson's mansion the day he died were expected to testify Friday in the trial of the pop star's doctor who has been charged with involuntary manslaughter.
Testimony has resumed in the involuntary manslaughter case against the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death.
An executive for the maker of a medical device used by Michael Jackson's doctor to monitor the singer told jurors on Friday that the equipment was not adequate for the continuous monitoring of patients.
A former patient of the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death told jurors the physician saved his life.
The first paramedic to reach Michael Jackson's bedroom has told a jury that the information he received from the physician charged in the singer's death didn't add up.