It seems like Michael Jackson's personal life will continue to be a publicized media affair when it comes to the details surrounding his death.

CNN reports that a judge ruled Dr. Conrad Murray, the physician accused of involuntary manslaughter in the king of pop's death, will be tried in a court that allows approved television cameras. The judge also ordered that jury selection for the trial will begin March 24.

In January, Dr. Murray's medical license was suspended, and he was ordered to stand trial for the charge of involuntarily manslaughter. This happened only six days after more than 20 prosecution witnesses testified that Murray violated his duties as a medical professional by injecting Jackson with a surgical-grade anesthetic then failing to properly monitor him to see the effects of the drug.

The opening statements of Murray's trial are likely to be delivered during the first week of April, and the trial is expected to last about six weeks, according to the defense and prosecution.