Cameras have been banned from court in the wrongful death lawsuit against Michael Jackson tour promoter AEG Live -- until now.
The judge is allowing the public to watch closing arguments as the five-month trial comes to an end.
Jackson's family says AEG executives negligently hired, retained or supervised Dr. Conrad Murray, the man found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in 2011 for Jackson's death. They want the promoter to pay at least $1 billion.
But AEG lawyers say Jackson was solely responsible for hiring the doctor who gave him the lethal dose of propofol -- a surgical anesthetic -- that killed him in 2009.
Attorneys for both sides recap some of the major evidence from the case in the gallery above.
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