January 5, 2010 By Stephen Klarich

F.B.I. Releases Its Files on Michael Jackson: An Additional Investigation of Child Abuse

Today, January 5, 2010, the Federal Bureau of Investigation released more than 300 pages of information they kept on the recently deceased Michael Jackson. Within the file, interestingly enough, there was another allegation of child abuse that came up after Jackson was acquitted by a jury in 2004.

In late 2004, there was another report of alleged abuse the FBI investigated however, the alleged victim told law enforcement that he “had no interest in testifying against” Mr. Jackson and “would legally fight any attempt to do so.” This caused the Bureau to close that investigation.

Being accused of child molestation is a very serious accusation. This is clearly evidenced by the never ending investigation of Michael Jackson. Allegations of child abuse can haunt you for life, even if you are proven innocent. Once you are accused in a court of law, proving your innocence can often take years. You may be in custody if you cannot afford to pay bail fees.

If you or a loved one is accused of child molestation, it is imperative to your freedom, career and family that you retain an experienced criminal defense attorney to fight for you. The experienced Southern California sex crime defense attorneys at Wallin & Klarich have years of experience handling misdemeanor and felony sex cases, charges related to failing to register as a sex offender, and three strikes cases. The aggressive attorneys at Wallin & Klarich are known for zealously representing their clients in order to provide them with the best defense possible. Call Wallin & Klarich today at (877) 466-5245 for a consultation of your case. We can help you.

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