Drugs were certainly the focus in court today as we heard more testimony from the coroner investigator who recovered items from Michael Jackson's home. She says she found medical equipment, propofol bottles and bags stuffed with sedatives. We also heard from a toxicologist who says he found several drugs in Jackson's blood, including propofol (read the entire toxicology report here).
Deputy district attorney David Walgren holds a bag containing a bottle of propofol that was found at Michael Jackson's home.
Dr. Conrad Murray looks at evidence photos during the trial.
Defense attorney Ed Chernoff points to a saline bag and bottle of propofol found in Michael Jackson's home.
Chernoff grills Los Angeles County coroner investigator Elissa Fleak. She admits her work wasn't "perfect."
Michael Jackson's toxicology report, projected on a courtroom screen.
Dan Anderson, a toxicologist with the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office, says several drugs were found in Michael Jackson's body, including diazepam, lorazepam and propofol.
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