"I didn't want him in jail."

The attorney didn't know much about the evidence in Michael's last case. He told reporters: “You've got to investigate, you've got to find real evidence. If they [the doctors] oversubscribed medication, if they tried to unable him, if they tried to manipulate him, they should be prosecuted. When I represented Michael, I sat with him 5 days a week, for 5 months on the trial. He was always lucid, very consciousness, just very articulate. I never had any sense that he was overmedicated, never.”

When asked about Michael's pajamas, he said: “The fact of the matter is, he hurt his back that morning and went to the hospital. I told the judge what was going on. He wanted him there in 45 minutes, or he was going to put him in jail, and then bail. I said to Michael: ‘You come to court right now, whatever you are wearing, OK.’ That was MY idea, that is my fault. He wanted to go home and change, but I wanted him there right away, cause I didn't want him in jail. So I am responsible for that.”



“I don't know how people are going to take this, but I wish it was me. He went too soon. I wanted to be there for him. I was there and he was sort of like molded. Things he couldn't say, I would say them. During the trials, during everything.”

Quincy told Details magazine: “I don't believe in any of that bulls**t, no. No. Never. I've been around junkies and stuff all my life. I've heard every excuse. It's like smokers, ‘I only smoke when I drink’ and all that stuff. But it's bulls**t.”

According to the family lawyer, Brian Oxman, Michael was taking 40 prescription pills a day during his 2005 abuse trial. He insists the King of Pop was taking huge amounts of strong painkiller Vicodin as Michael fought allegations of child abuse. 

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