Michael Jackson Doc's Money Woes Not A Secret, Jury Hears

Law360, Los Angeles (May 1, 2013, 3:44 PM EDT) -- A Los Angeles police detective who investigated the physician convicted of killing Michael Jackson testified Wednesday that evidence of his money woes was easy to find, bolstering claims by Jackson’s family that promoter AEG Live LLC should have known the doctor cared more about his finances than Jackson’s health.

Det. Orlando Martinez testified that he gathered voluminous information about Dr. Conrad Murray's precarious monetary position, including unpaid student loans, a foreclosed home, unpaid homeowners association fees, unpaid child support, liens, multiple court judgments, and an eviction...
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