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The Michael Jackson trial begins today and earlier we already gave you an article about how the world will be watching. This trial could well make history as one of the most closely observed ever and the case of Dr. Conrad Murray begins later today in front of a jury of 12. Attendees in court are expected to include many members of Jackson’s family. If you want details of how to watch the events online with live streaming then read on.

Michael Jackson, one of the most popular singers of all time and often referred to as the King of Pop, died on June 25, 2009 from an overdose and Dr. Conrad Murray has been charged with involuntary manslaughter for administering the drugs involved and failing to monitor their effects. People around the world will be following the trial, which will be broadcast live on US TV. However if you can’t be in front of your TV there are still ways of following the trial.

For instance, Fox News has a dedicated section covering the Michael Jackson trial. At the moment you can see plenty of information pertaining to the case such as trial jury details and various parts of the story so far. If you hit the Fox News link above you will be on the live streaming page, which will begin as soon as the trial starts. Opening statements are due to take place at 8:45 am PT.

There’s another alternative over on NewStaar Media where the site will also be hosting live streaming Internet video of the trial. If you check out the link above you will see the live streaming section is currently Off Air but again, coverage will commence as soon as the trial begins today. A link on the NewStaar page will also show you UStream apps available.

There are many of us who will undoubtedly be interested in what’s happening and will follow the developments either on TV or with live streaming. Although this has all the makings of a sensational trial we should not forget that it concerns the death of a much-loved singer and remember his family at this time. Will you be following the Michael Jackson trial? Let us know with your comments.

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