UPDATE: 4:05 p.m.: Court adjourned for the day. Today's testimony came to a conclusion on a confusing note, as defense attorney Michael Flanagan pressed Anderson with questions about the last time Jackson urinated and how that would affect the traces of drugs found in his system upon his death. Anderson replied several times that he didn't understand the question and Judge Michael Pastor sustained multiple objections from the prosecution and had to ask Flanagan to rephrase.
UPDATE: 3:45 p.m.: Anderson's testimony veers into the extra-technical, as they talk ion trapping, parts-per-million, gross contents and other things that can only be determined in a lab. The criminalist testified that, among the seven drugs found in his system, there was propofol in Jackson's blood and organs.
UPDATE 2:35 p.m.: The evidence includes a number of diagrams and drawings of syringes, tubing and other medical paraphernalia. Anderson confirms that traces of propofol, lidocaine and flumazenil were present in a syringe barrel and an IV system found in Michael Jackson's room. Flumazenil is used to reverse the effects of sedatives, Anderson said. A 15-minute afternoon break was called at 2:40 p.m.
UPDATE 1:45 p.m.: Line by line, Anderson is walking the prosecution through the list of medications and drugs that were both tested for and found in Jackson's system and doing his best to explain their possible reactions.