Posted on Fri, Jul. 09, 2004 Appeals court tells judge to reconsider Jackson bail amount LINDA DEUTSCH Associated Press SANTA MARIA, CALIF. – An appeals court ordered the judge in the Michael Jackson child molestation case to reconsider whether the pop stars $3 million bail is excessive and should be Continue Reading
:globe Appearing on The O’Reilly Factor tonight (july 9), Celebrity Justice reporter Jane Valez-Mitchel reported that she got a tip about Jackson’s bail amount. Apparently Mesereau, the lead attorney, filed a petition in the Appeals court. And the Appeals court has asked Melville to provide them with just cause as Continue Reading
Defense Subpoenas Sneddon & Others for Misconduct MJEOL Bullet #163 Update2 Michael Jacksons attorneys are calling prosecutors out on their misconduct today (July 9 2004) in a pre-trial hearing. Tom Sneddon, the current district attorney of Santa Barbara, apparently engaged in misconduct when he liedintentionally or notin order to obtain a search warrant to raid the offices of a private investigator working for Mark Geragos. Sneddon himself went to Millers office, took picture and looked up Millers number in a phone book at a phone booth, days before he got the search warrant. As a result, Sneddon and investigators have now been subpoenaed to testify in at the next pre-trial hearing to be held July 27 2004; possibly by videotaped deposition.
:globe GMA is reporting the DA, Tom Sneddon, and investigators in the Michael Jackson “case” have been subpoenaed to testify by the defense in court today. Apparently, they knew Brad Miller was a private investigator b/c they went to his office BEFORE they raided it. On the search warrant to Continue Reading