Fast Facts: The Jury's Findings

Published June 13, 2005

| Associated Press

The jury's findings on the 10-count indictment against Michael Jackson (search):

--Count one: Conspiracy involving child abduction, false imprisonment and extortion, including 28 specific acts between Feb. 1 and March 31, 2003. Verdict: Not guilty.

--Counts two through five: Lewd act upon a child under the age of 14, between Feb. 20 and March 12, 2003. Verdicts: Not guilty.

--Count six: Attempt to get a child under age 14 to commit a lewd act upon Jackson between Feb. 20 and March 12, 2003. Verdict: Not guilty.

--Counts seven through 10: Administering an intoxicating agent -- alcohol -- to assist in the commission of child molestation. Verdicts: Not guilty.

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