www.facebook.com – Become a Fan! twitter.com – Follow Us! reeltv.sidereel.com – Get more news & buzz around the top TV shows online! Dr Conrad Murray’s trial for Michael Jackson’s death begins, Two & a Half Men win Monday night’s TV ratings, & Rihanna’s music video stops production over her “inappropriate” wardrobe. TRANSCRIPTION Michael Jackson’s physician goes on trial, 2 and a Half Men with another ratings win, and an Irish farmer tells Rihanna to cover up? I’m Heather and it’s all coming up in today’s Reel TV News. The trial of the Physician charged in Michael Jackson’s death begins today. The trial of Doctor Conrad Murray is expected to last 5 weeks and is believed to be the first time that the public hears, in Murray’s own words, what happened leading up to the King of Pop’s final hours. Monday’s TV ratings are in, and while the ratings have dropped a little from last week, CBS’s Two and a Half Men still managed to come out on top with a solid 20 million viewers, way above the show’s average last season. Meanwhile, over on Fox, Terra Nova premiered to so-so ratings with 9 million viewers. And in other premiere ratings scoop, The CW’s new series Hart of Dixie out-performed the season 5 premiere of Gossip Girl with 1.8 million viewers. In some bizarre music news, the filming of Rihanna’s new music video was delayed due to some interference by an Irish Farmer who chastised the Grammy winning artist for her “inappropriate” wardrobe. According to People, Irish farmer … Video Rating: 3 / 5
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Citation Details Title: New York law firms help women divorce their abusers.(Brief Article) Author: Donald C. Dilworth Publication:Trial (Magazine/Journal) Date: June 1, 1995 Publisher: Association of Trial Lawyers of America Volume: 31 Issue: n6 Page: 97(2)
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