It was a media circus at court in Los Angeles Monday as the late Michael Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, arrived to attend a hearing relating to the involuntary manslaughter case against him, and RadarOnline.com was there.
The Jackson clan were there, with Katherine, Joe and Jermaine arriving first, followed shortly afterwards by Janet.
When Murray arrived, escorted by one of his defense attorneys, Ed Chernoff, and a plethora of deputies, he was met with a barrage of boos and chants of "murderer" prompting the sheriffs to quiet down the crowd.
Inside the courtroom the atmosphere was tense, Janet sat next to her mother, Katherine, tenderly playing with her hair while waiting for proceedings to start.
There was a quick change of judge before Murray's next court date was set for June 14th. The Attorney General's office, representing the California Medical Board, objected to putting it over until that date, saying the public is at risk, but the new judge, Judge Pastor, disagreed and said it could wait until that time.
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Dr. Conrad Murray will be required to be at court for his June 14th hearing.