Prosecution Won't Call Jackson Kids to Witness Stand
One thing prosecutors aren't expected to do during the trial is call any of Jackson's three kids to the witness stand. However, legal experts said that it doesn't mean the kids might not testify on behalf of defense lawyers.
"I think if the prosecution doesn't call one of the kids, then the defense probably will ... I don't think it would be a surprise to me to see one or more of those kids testify," veteran defense attorney Mark Geragos said.
ABC News' legal analyst Dan Abrams said he thinks there's a good chance that Murray will take the stand in his own defense.
"No one is questioning that Dr. Murray administered certain drugs that are extremely controversial...it's not a who done it, it's this technical, legal standard of recklessness," Abrams said. "The defense might have to call Dr. Murray in the end."