• E-mail
  • Save

Officers search Jackson's ranch

Santa Barbara Sheriff's county officers executed a search warrant at Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch Tuesday morning in connection with an abuse charge from a 12-year-old boy, Court TV's Diane Dimond is reporting.

Jackson booked on child molestation charges

A handcuffed Michael Jackson arrived at the Santa Barbara jail Thursday to face child molestation charges that could put him behind bars for years if convicted.

Details about first child molestation suit

The terms of the settlement have been kept tightly under wraps for a decade, but were exclusively uncovered by Court TV.

Opening statements' quotes

A roundup of some of the lively statements from the prosecution and defense.

Alleged victim testifies Jackson

A 15-year-old boy who claims singer Michael Jackson molested him in 2003 testified Wednesday that Jackson seemed interested in him primarily when he was cancer-stricken and wanted him to appear on video with the international pop star.

Mom of accuser admits lying under oath

The woman who claims she and her son were victimized by Michael Jackson and his aides admitted Friday that she lied under oath in a past civil case in which she claimed department store security guards victimized her and her son.

Prosecutors rest their case

Prosecutors rested their case against Michael Jackson on Wednesday after calling their final witness, a man who worked alongside Jackson aides and took copious notes about life inside Neverland Ranch, but had no evidence directly tying the singer to conspiracy or sexual molestation charges.

Boys' relatives: Sleepovers were innocent fun

Family members of two boys who were Michael Jackson's "special friends" more than a decade ago testified Friday that there was nothing wrong with letting children sleep in the entertainer's bed.

Leno, Tucker testify for Jackson

Celebrity comedians Jay Leno and Chris Tucker took the stand in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial Tuesday, each describing their unusual interludes in the life of Jackson's 13-year-old accuser.

What the jury didn't hear

From the witnesses lawyers chose not to call to evidence ruled inadmissible, some of the most intriguing details of Michael Jackson's molestation trial never made it to the jury. A look at what the jury didn't hear.

Jurors acquit Jackson of all charges

A jury pronounced the 46-year-old singer not guilty of molesting a 13-year-old cancer survivor, not guilty of plying the boy with alcohol, and not guilty of conspiring to abduct, extort and falsely imprison the child and his family.

From the famous to the infamous, from murder to home-grown terrorism -- Court TV has covered some of the most provocative trials in history. Take a look at some of the highlights: