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(Daily Mail)   Don't know if weird or stupid- That Michael Jackson's ghost makes a statement while being channelled through Lionel Ritchies ex-wife, or that a judge in California has accepted this as legal evidence. Why yes, money IS involved   ( dailymail.co.uk) divider line
    More: Stupid, Michael Jackson, Superior Court of Los Angeles County, lawsuits, Dr. Conrad Murray, Randy Phillips, wrongful deaths, superior courts, anesthetics  
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2013-06-15 04:17:10 PM  
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ZAZ: A lawyer representing the Jackson family reportedly objected to the evidence, claiming it was 'triple hearsay', as the conversation was relayed to Branda Richie through the assistance of a medium. But the judge let the evidence stand nonetheless.

Pop quiz time, law school students. You are on the panel reviewing the jury verdict on appeal. You have a preserved objection to the medium-relayed spiritual hearsay. Do you

a. Reverse for legal error

b. Affirm because the jury would have had to be nuts to take the statement seriously


c. Take another puff of state-legal medical marijuana and hope your headache goes away


Affirm because the judge was correct in overruling the hearsay objection.
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