Urteil ist gefallen im Prozess K.Jackson ./ AEG

  • Margaret Carrero ‏@MargaretCarrero 38m
    Judge tentatively DENIES request by Katherine #Jackson lawyers for a new trial against #AEGLive, but both sides are being heard. @KNX1070


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    Margaret Carrero ‏@MargaretCarrero 4h
    Will Katherine #Jackson get another shot at #AEGLive? Her lawyers argue for a new trial today. @KNX1070 @CBSLA
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    Die Anhörung scheint wohl auch vorbei zu sein und dauerte 2 Stunden. Die Richterin traf die vorläufige Entscheidung keinen neuen Prozess zuzulassen, hat die Entscheidung nach der Anhörung aber noch nicht direkt finalisiert.


    JUDGE TENTATIVELY RULES AGAINST NEW JACKSON TRIAL
    By ANTHONY McCARTNEY


    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge has issued a tentative ruling against granting a new trial in a negligence case filed by the mother of Michael Jackson claiming a concert promoter is financially liable for the singer's death.


    Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Yvette Palazuelos issued the lengthy ruling on Friday but did not immediately finalize it after hearing more than two hours of arguments from lawyers.


    A jury in October rejected Katherine Jackson's lawsuit claiming AEG Live LLC negligently hired the doctor convicted of giving her son an overdose of anesthetic in 2009.


    Her lawyers argued the verdict form didn't allow jurors to fully consider evidence in the case.


    AEG's lawyers contend there was no basis for a new trial.


    http://bigstory.ap.org/article/judge...-jackson-trial

  • ..noch 2 upgedatete Artikel:


    Richterin sandte den beiden Parteien vor der Anhörung ein 45-seitige Begründung basierend zu den eingereichten Dokumenten der Parteien warum sie den Antrag der Jacksons auf neuen Prozess vorläufig ablehnt. Nach der 2-stündigen Anhörung der beiden Parteien hat die Richterin die Entscheidung noch nicht umgehend finalisiert. Dafür hat sie bis zum 13. Januar Zeit. Bestätigt sie die Entscheidung so haben die Jacksons dann die Möglichkeit einen Berufungsantrag bei einem höherem Staatsgericht einzureichen.


    Anm. Das werden sie dann wohl tun womit wir dann beim eigentlichen Berufungsantrag sind. Wird sich dann wohl 2 Jahre ziehen bis das Gericht darüber dann entscheidet.



    Updated AP story


    JUDGE TENTATIVELY RULES AGAINST NEW JACKSON TRIAL
    By ANTHONY McCARTNEY


    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge issued a tentative ruling Friday against granting a new trial in a negligence case filed by the mother of Michael Jackson claiming a concert promoter was financially liable for the singer's death.


    Superior Court Judge Yvette Palazuelos did not immediately finalize the ruling after hearing more than two hours of arguments from lawyers.


    A jury in October rejected Katherine Jackson's lawsuit claiming AEG Live LLC negligently hired the doctor convicted of giving her son an overdose of anesthetic in 2009.


    Her lawyers argued the verdict form didn't allow jurors to fully consider evidence in the case. Lawyers for AEG Live countered that there was no basis for a new trial.


    AEG Live attorney Jessica Stebbins Bina told the judge it was actually Katherine Jackson's lawyers who included the disputed language in drafts of the verdict form and instructions.


    Jackson family attorney Deborah Chang, however, said the question that brought jurors to end the case couldn't have been corrected and should have been excluded from the form.


    Palazuelos did not indicate when she would finalize her ruling. If she stands by it, Katherine Jackson's attorneys could pursue an appeal with a higher state court.


    Jurors heard more than five months of evidence in the lawsuit trial.


    Katherine Jackson sued AEG Live on behalf of herself and her son's three children, accusing the concert promoter of hiring Dr. Conrad Murray and creating a conflict of interest in his care of the pop superstar.


    Murray, who was deeply in debt, expected to be paid $150,000 a month to care for Jackson while the singer prepared for a planned series of comeback concerts in London's O2 Arena. Jackson died on June 25, 2009, after receiving an overdose of propofol, which Murray was giving Jackson as a sleep aid.


    Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2011 and released in October after serving two years in jail.


    The trial offered a close look into Jackson's personal life as well as his routines as an entertainer and medical treatments for a variety of ailments.


    Jurors later said their verdict did not mean they thought Murray was ethical in his care of Jackson, but that he was fit and competent to serve as his doctor.


    AEG Live denied any wrongdoing throughout the trial and said there was no way executives could have known that Murray was giving Jackson propofol in the bedroom of his rented mansion.



    CBSLA


    Judge Denies Katherine Jackson’s Request For New Trial Against AEG
    January 3, 2014 6:58 AM


    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A judge on Friday tentatively denied a motion by Katherine Jackson’s attorneys for a new wrongful death trial against concert promoter AEG Live.


    Jackson’s attorneys claim the jury instructions and verdict form were misleading during the trial, prompting jurors to clear AEG of wrongdoing in the death of Jackson’s son Michael back in October.


    Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Yvette Palazuelos sent attorneys a 45-page tentative ruling denying the motion by lawyers for the Jackson family matriarch Thursday night, in advance of a hearing on the issue today.
    Details of the judge’s ruling were not immediately available.
    Jackson’s attorneys argued that once the panel found that Dr. Conrad Murray was fit and competent to be Michael Jackson’s doctor when he was hired, it prevented the jury from deliberating AEG Live’s actions in supervising and retaining Murray.
    KNX1070 legal analyst Steve Meister says Jackson’s lawyers would have to have a specific argument that the court did something wrong to taint the outcome that unfairly resulted in a bad verdict.



    http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2014/...t-against-aeg/

  • LA Richterin hat heute Kathrines Antrag auf neuen Prozess abgelehnt.


    Michael Jackson's mother won't get new trial



    A Los Angeles judge has denied Katherine Jackson's request for a new trial.
    A Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled Wednesday that Katherine Jackson will not get a new trial in her negligence case against concert promoters AEG Live, whom she alleges are financially liable for the 2009 death of her son, pop superstar Michael Jackson.


    A jury in October rejected Jackson's claims that AEG Live negligently hired the doctor convicted of giving her son an overdose of anesthetic in 2009.


    Jackson sued AEG Live on behalf of herself and her three grandchildren, accusing the concert promoter of hiring Dr. Conrad Murray, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2011 and released from prison in October.


    Jackson testified that AEG Live never told her family that her son was sleep-deprived for 60 days, was paranoid, losing weight and deteriorating before everyone's eyes. Jackson died shortly before his comeback tour in London was scheduled to begin.


    Jurors heard more than five months of evidence in the trial. Throughout the case, AEG Live maintained that there was no way executives could have known that Murray was giving Jackson the anesthetic propofol in the bedroom of his rented mansion. Jurors said later that they found Murray was "fit and competent" to be Jackson's doctor but that doesn't mean they thought his actions were ethical.


    In their request for a new trial, Jackson's lawyers argued the jury instructions and verdict form were flawed and didn't allow jurors to fully consider evidence in the case. But lawyers for AEG Live told the judge during a two-hour hearing that it was actually Jackson's lawyers who included the disputed language in drafts of the verdict form and instructions.


    Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Yvette Palazuelos agreed with the concert promoters. Jackson is expected to appeal her case to the California's 2nd District Court of Appeal.


    http://www.nbcnews.com/entertainment...ial-2D11879270

  • ..nun ist ein Knopf dran...GSD!


    Anthony McCartney ‏@mccartneyAP8h
    It's official: A judge has denied a motion for a new trial in Jackson family's case against concert promoter AEG Live




    Es ist offiziell: Ein Richter hat einen Antrag für ein neues Verfahren im Fall Jackson Familie gegen Konzertveranstalter AEG Live verweigert

  • ist das nicht das was wir schon wissen? oder gehts da jetzt um die nächsthöhre ebene, die ebenfalls abgelehnt hat?
    man blickt ja kaum noch durch, mit diesem gerichtsgeilen clan...


    :nee..erst jetzt isses durch und endgültig!


    guckt ihr:


    b]Judge rejects bid for new Michael Jackson trial[/b]
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge on Monday rejected a bid by Michael Jackson’s mother for a new trial in her lawsuit claiming the promoter of her son’s ill-fated comeback concerts was negligent in his death.
    Superior Court Judge Yvette Palazuelos ruled that jurors were given proper instructions and there were no errors in her trial rulings that would warrant a retrial.


    Superior Court Judge Yvette Palazuelos hat entschieden, dass Juroren die richtigen Anweisungen gegeben wurden und es gab keine Fehler in ihrem Prozess, die eine Wiederaufnahme des Verfahrens rechtfertigen würden .


    A jury determined in October that AEG Live was not liable for Jackson’s June 2009 death despite hiring the doctor who was convicted of giving the superstar an overdose of a powerful anesthetic.
    Katherine Jackson’s lawyers argued that jurors were given an improper verdict form that was contrary to state law and didn’t allow them to consider all the issues in the case after five months of testimony last year.
    AEG’s lawyers argued that there was no mistake in the verdict form and the motion for a new trial should be denied.
    Attorneys for the Jackson family matriarch say they will appeal to a higher state court.
    Jurors decided the case on a question about whether evidence showed former cardiologist Conrad Murray was unfit or incompetent to serve as Jackson’s physician while he prepared for a series of 50 concerts at London’s O2 Arena. Katherine Jackson’s attorneys argued the question unfairly restricted deliberations, but Palazuelos disagreed.
    “Question Two does not restrict jurors to the consideration of Dr. Murray’s competence at the time of hiring only,” the judge wrote.


    She also determined that there was no evidence that the panel was confused by the verdict form, noting that jurors often wrote her notes about scheduling concerns and to ask for supplies during deliberations.


    “The court finds no jury confusion based on the admissible evidence,” Palazuelos ruled.


    AEG Live’s attorney Marvin Putnam praised Monday’s ruling.
    “We were confident that the court would uphold the jury’s verdict,” he wrote in a statement. “This is also fantastic news for the taxpayers of California, who won’t have their hard-earned money wasted retrying plaintiffs’ baseless claims. Enough is enough.”


    Kevin Boyle, an attorney for Katherine Jackson and her grandchildren, said the case was far from over.
    “We believe there are numerous ways that we can win on appeal,” Boyle wrote in an email.


    Katherine Jackson sued AEG Live on behalf of herself and her son’s three children, accusing the concert promoter of hiring Murray and creating a conflict of interest in his care of the pop superstar.
    Murray, who was deeply in debt, was expecting to be paid $150,000 a month to care for Jackson while he prepared for a planned series of comeback concerts in London’s O2 Arena. The singer died on June 25, 2009, after receiving an overdose the anesthetic propofol, which Murray was giving Jackson as a sleep aid.
    Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2011 and released in October after serving two years.
    The trial offered a look into Jackson’s personal life as well as his routines as an entertainer and medical treatments for a variety of ailments.
    Jurors who spoke after the verdict said their verdict did not mean they thought Murray was ethical in his care of Jackson. But they determined he was fit and competent to serve as the singer’s doctor when he was hired.
    AEG Live executives denied any wrongdoing throughout the trial and said there was no way they could have known that Murray was giving Jackson propofol in the bedroom of his rented mansion.



    ..nur: "aufgeben" is net...:never "...es gibt noch zahlreiche Wege..":tatort

  • ^ also doch, das was wir bereits wissen.

    und ich habe gestern gelesen, dass kitkat sich an die distanz ÜBER diesem ^ gericht gewendet hat - wo dann eben auch ein anderer richter entscheidet,
    und diese entscheidung hier überstimmen kann...

  • Für mich ist ziemlich offensichtlich, dass da ganz andere Leute Geld haben wollen.
    Nur die können oder wollen nicht klagen. Da schickt man Mutti und die Neffen/Nichte vor, dann braucht man sich nicht die Hände schmutzig machen. Für mich ist Katherine einfach nur noch ein Opfer. Sie ist eine alte Frau, die einfach von ihren Kindern ausgenutzt wird. Und zwar nach Strich und Faden.

  • Ich weiß es nicht, was ich von Katherine halten soll. Auf der einen Seite tut sie mir leid, sie hat ihren Sohn verloren (das ist für jede Mutter das Schlimmste, was passieren kann, egal wie alt das "Kind" ist), sie ist mit ihren Aufgaben/Leben komplett überfordert.


    Sie kommt mit der schnelllebigen Zeit gar nicht mehr mit (siehe Paris mit ihrem "Posting-Wahn"), Computer, Internet, Smartphone, Facebook - alles Wörter, mit denen sie nichts anzufangen weiß. Und dann auch noch der Selbstmordversuch von Paris.


    Unterstützung von der Familie ist gleich Null. Joe lässt sich auch nicht mehr blicken (ok, man weiß jetzt nicht, wer oder was der Grund dafür ist. Hat Katherine ihn endgültig raus geworfen oder ist er von alleine gegangen?).
    Ihre Kinder veranstalten eine Peinlichkeit nach der anderen, allen voran Jermaine, der wohl größte Pleitegeier der Familie, der ja angeblich sooo pleite ist, sich aber im selben Atemzug einen Sportwagen leistet...
    Sie muss sich auch noch um Jermaines Ex kümmern (Alejandra) und schauen, wie sie diese Zecke aus dem Haus bekommt.
    Dann wird sie auch noch entführt... dazu sag ich nichts weiter, sonst kotz ich noch... :kotz


    Und was diese Klagerei angeht: Ich kann mir mittlerweile gar nicht mehr vorstellen, dass sie das alles allein entscheidet. Sind da etwa ihre geldgierigen Kinder hinterher, die ja von Michael enterbt wurden (:top)? Ich glaube auch nicht, dass die Anwälte sie zu irgendwas drängen.. die verdienen sich an sowas zwar eine goldene Nase, aber ich denke, dass da die ihre Kinder die Fäden in den Händen halten.


    Vielleicht sollte Katherine mal eine Vertrauensperson an die Seite gestellt bekommen, die auf die alte Dame ein Auge hat, damit sie nicht so einen Quatsch machen muss.


    Ich kann mir nicht vorstellen, dass Katherine so abgebrüht sein soll. Oder ist es ihre Art, mit der Trauer umzugehen? Manchmal macht man in der Trauer ja Dinge, die andere absolut nicht nachvollziehen können... ich weiß es nicht...
    Ich finde ja Josephs Verhalten auch mehr als seltsam. Sonst ließ er nie eine Gelegenheit aus, sich der Welt mitzuteilen, aber seit einigen Jahren sieht und hört man ja nahezu gar nichts mehr von ihm. Nach Michael noch ein paar Interviews und andere seltsame Aktionen und jetzt ist er wie vom Erdboden verschluckt... komisch das alles....