Attorneys in the trial of Michael Jackson's personal physician were warned Friday not to talk about the case in public after a live interview outside the courtroom with a member of a legal team.
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The warning from Judge Michael Pastor came after a morning interview given by one of defense attorney Edward Chernoff's partners, Matthew B. Alford, on NBC's "Today'' show. During the live interview, Alford talked about testimony from Jackson's security guard and the pop star's use of porpofol, the anesthetic at the center of the case.
After meeting with attorneys privately during a lunch break, Pastor announced that he would not allow the attorneys or their staff members to comment on the case.
The trial entered its fourth day of testimony Friday with accounts from two paramedics, a medical equipment company executive and a former patient of Dr. Conrad Murray.