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Michael Jackson trial closing arguments today

NEED TO KNOW
  • Wrongful death trial has been going on for 5 months
  • Family says concert promoter is to blame for hirning Conrad Murray
File photo: News crews on the scene for the first day of the Michael Jackson wrongful death trail

MJ's posthumous proceedings, by the numbers

MJ's posthumous proceedings, by the numbers

Photos: Debbie Rowe through the years

Photos: Debbie Rowe through the years

The frenzy around closing arguments in Michael Jackson’s wrongful death trial could be so intense today, they're moving to a bigger courtroom.

The jury heard five months of dramatic testimony.

ALSO: Michael Jackson's history of legal troubles

Millions and millions of dollars are on the line

Jackson's family argues concert promoter A.E.G. was negligent for hiring doctor Conrad Murray.

FLASHBACK: Why is Conrad Murray singing to Anderson Cooper?

He was convicted of giving Jackson the fatal dose of propofol

A.E.G. says Murray worked for Jackson, not them.

Murray is serving out his sentence for involuntary manslaughter.

MORE: Michael Jackson on HLNtv.com

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