Hearing today on defense motion
Michael Jackson's lawyers will argue at a hearing today that prosecutors were overzealous in the run-up to the pop star's arrest on child molestation charges. Jackson's attorneys have filed a motion with a judge in California to suppress evidence, including videotapes and computer hard drives, taken from a defense investigator.
They accuse District Attorney Tom Sneddon of "outrageous misconduct" for invading the investigator's office and seizing materials covered by attorney-client confidentiality. The motion says Sneddon personally conducted surveillance at the investigator's office in Beverly Hills.