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Jackson / Child Molestation Case / Darden Interview #754183

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Apr 25, 2004
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Live interview held with CNN legal analyst Christopher Darden† about Michael Jackson's replacement of attorneys Mark Geragos† & Benjamin Brafman† with Thomas Mesereau, Jr.†, who was actor Robert Blake’s attorney, in his child molestation case. [In Los Angeles, DARDEN – says Jackson needs an attorney who can respond to the leaks that will come from the grand jury proceedings; speculates on whether it will help Jackson to change his legal team; comments on how Mesereau might conduct the case; talks about the likely reactions of the judge & the prosecution.]

Lin, Carol

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