So back in court yessterday was a short day with a fair amount of legal discussions beginning with emails to and from Frank Di Leo which the Jackson family wish to produce in court. Originally AEG represented Di Leo's widow in an Ohio court over the emails now her own lawyer is going to sift through the emails and hand them to both sides next week.
There was a legal arguement over allowing Conrad Murray's statement to used as evidence without him present. The judge suggested it was ambiguous and did not clarify the situation.
Eventually Julie Hollander, a vice president and controller of event operations for AEG Live was was called as an adverse by the Jackson family. She gave evidence relating to budgets, the money allocated to pay Conrad Murray.
The case continues....