UPDATE 4:10 p.m.: Court adjourned for the day and will resume Tuesday at 9 a.m.
UPDATE 3:50 p.m.: Nurse practitioner Cherilyn Lee testified about making house calls to Jackson in February 2011, during which she would administer a "Myers cocktail" to the singer containing vitamins C and D, magnesium and calcium. Lee initially said that Jackson never made any comments to her about having trouble sleeping back in February, saying that complaint came much later, but the defense showed her a transcript of an earlier interview in which she did recall Jackson mentioning the problem. In addition to laying off of caffeinated beverages like Red Bull, she recommended different teas and would prepare them for him herself.
UPDATE 2:17 p.m.: The defense also called LAPD detectives Dan Myers and Orlando Martinez to the stand.
UPDATE 12:00 p.m.: This may not take as long as we thought. In less than half an hour, the defense has blown through its first two witnesses, Dona Norris, a communications and evidence unit manager for the Beverly Hills Police Department, and LAPD surveillance expert Alex Suphaul. Norris testified that 911 received a call from Jackson's home at 12:20 p.m. and it took 32 seconds for the operator to transfer the call to the L.A. Fire Department. Suphaul testified as to the video surveillance footage outside Jackson's home from the morning of his death, and said it showed cars entering his driveway after midnight, likely the group coming home from rehearsals at the Staples Center. The prosecution did not cross-examinate either witness, and court has broken for lunch.