Judge Relents On Jackson Media Rules; Jury Meets

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As a grand jury heard its first day of testimony in the Michael Jackson molestation case yesterday, a judge voided most controversial parts of an order banning interviews and photographs of witnesses or jurors, says the Los Angeles Times. However, an attorney for news organizations argued that the order still contains unconstitutional provisions, such as
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