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3 March 2011, 06:17
A judge has postponed the trial of a doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death until early May.
The move's come after the judge asked defence attorneys at previous hearings why they hadn't turned over more information on potential witnesses to prosecutors.
The trial had been scheduled to begin with jury selection on March 24th.
Doctor Conrad Murray has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter.