Jackson's Life May Be Changing

Jackson's lawyer suggests changes are coming in singer's life

Could it be never again at Neverland?  Michael Jackson's attorney suggests there are likely to be changes at Michael Jackson's theme park-like home following the entertainer's acquittal on child molestation charges.

Tom Mesereau tells NBC that Jackson is "very relieved" and "exhausted" after a "terrible ordeal." He says the singer will need a "period of recovery."

But the attorney also suggests Jackson has learned a lesson. He says the singer is a kind, child-like person who has "allowed people to come into his life and run freely through his home and that's going to change."

Mesereau says he always thought they'd win because the prosecution case made no sense, they had a fair-minded independent jury and because "Michael Jackson is innocent."