The Associated Press reports Mark Geragos wouldn’t comment on Michael Jackson’s decision to replace him as co-counsel in the King of Pop’s child molestation case, citing a court order, but said in an interview he is committed to winning the acquittal of his other big client, Scott Peterson. “I truly, truly wish him well and am hopeful for a favorable outcome for Michael,” Geragos said of Jackson.
Michael Jackson To Be Arraigned Friday
April 29, 2004 – Michael will be arraigned Friday on child molestation charges but after replacing his lead attorneys, the pop star is now making more changes, NBC’s Dan Abrams reports. Abrams reports Jackson had a teleconference with his family members who complained about not being able to reach the singer. The MSNBC report has since been removed at MSN.com.
A Hot Day For Jackson In LA
April 29, 2004 – Jay Leno joked about the record heat in Los Angeles during his Tonight Show monologue on Wednesday. Jay joked, “To give you an idea how hot it was today, Michael Jackson was asking kids ‘What they would do for a Klondike bar?'”