2. Various, Michael Jackson being assisted into court
3. Jackson walking into building and going through metal detector
4. Jackson family arriving in court
5. Jackson lawyer Tom Messerau arriving
6. Prosecutor Tom Sneddon arriving
7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jim Moret, Inside Edition (US entertainment programme) reporter:
"Today we saw what appeared to be Michael Jackson breaking down. He appeared to walk into court and it looked like he needed to be held up. He was shuffling, he appeared to be, to those of us in the court room, Michael Jackson appeared to be out of it. He, at one point, he sat down with assistance, he appeared to break down. He had a handful of kleenexes at his face, he appeared to be crying. We saw his attorney, Mr Messerau going in and out of the court room. We saw a doctor, who was identified as Burt Weiner, from the same hospital that Michael Jackson was brought to a couple of weeks ago. We know that Michael Jackson was in the men's room, we heard that he had difficult breathing. There was a great deal of drama inside the court room, outside the presence of the jurors. No mention at all was made to the jury of why there was a nearly 45 minute delay."
8. Pan view of Jackson being helped into court after a recess
A feeble-looking Michael Jackson arrived late again to his child molestation trial, but the judge took no apparent action - and the star sat through testimony from a psychologist who asserted few child sex abuse allegations turn out to be false.
Jackson, who is said to have back problems, trembled and wept Monday at the defence table as lawyers and a doctor who came to court in hospital scrubs conferred in chambers with Judge Rodney S. Melville.
The judge, who previously threatened to arrest Jackson and revoke his bail when he was late on March 10, gave no explanation of what was discussed and ordered testimony to resume.
Jackson spokeswoman Raymone K. Bain said she spoke with the singer late on Sunday and he told her he was having severe and sometimes excruciating back pain.
Jackson, 46, arrived just minutes late, unlike the March 10 incident, when he turned up more than hour late in pyjama bottoms and slippers.
This time Jackson was fully dressed, wearing a black suit, brocade vest and a blue armband, but his hair was mussed and his steps were tentative.
He turned weakly to acknowledge fans on the street, then walked unsteadily into the courthouse with his brother Jackie and a security guard holding his arms.
A reporter for the US entertainment programme Inside Edition, Jim Moret, who was inside during the proceedings, said there was a "great deal" of drama in the courtroom, but the jury was unaware of what had transpired.
Jackson is accused of molesting a boy at his Neverland ranch in 2003, giving him alcohol and conspiring to hold the boy's family captive.