Friday, Jan. 16: Jacko's Day in Court

On today's edition of DaySide with Linda Vester:

Courtside Jackson: Michael Jackson (search) was mobbed at his arrival at a Santa Maria courthouse to be formally arraigned on child-molestation charges. We’ll get reaction from inside the courthouse from Stan Goldman, Fox News legal editor.

Jackson is charged with seven counts of performing lewd or lascivious acts on a child under 14 and two counts of administering an intoxicating agent, reportedly wine. What is the “King of Pop’s” legal strategy? We’ll ask Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano, and Brian Oxman, Jackson family attorney.

Jackson Family Values: Jack Gordon, Latoya Jackson's ex-husband, tells "DaySide" the things he saw that convinced him Jackson is a pedophile.

And, we’ll hear from Jackson supporters Najee Ali of Project Islamic HOPE, and Krissie Petrovay of

Red Hot Iowa: With just one weekend to go, the race for the Iowa Caucuses is tighter than ever. Who has the edge? Jamie Rubin, senior foreign policy adviser for the Clark campaign, and Steve McMahon, strategist for the Dean campaign, join the debate.

Al Qaeda's Adaptation: Usama bin Laden’s terror network has changed the way it operates, forming de-centralized networks throughout the world. Is the group even more dangerous than it was on Sept. 11? We’ll get insight from Bill Gertz, national security correspondent for The Washington Times.

Plus, is Iraq ready for self-rule? We’ll ask Entifadh Qanbar, spokesman for the Iraqi National Congress.

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