Michael Jackson's Doctor, Kristen Stewart's Future And Bam Margera's Assailant: Three To See

Every morning, MTV News delivers the top news stories in music, movies and pop culture hot and fresh for your reading and watching pleasure. We then bring together a trio of the biggest headlines for "Three to See," the daily digest of the top stories making noise on our site and across the Internet. This morning, stories about Michael Jackson doctor Conrad Murray's defense in court, an update on the woman who assaulted Bam Margera and Kristen Stewart's status regarding "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" lead the way.

Conrad Murray's Lawyer Says He Didn't Deliver Fatal Dose To Michael Jackson

On the one-year anniversary of Michael Jackson's death, Dr. Conrad Murray's lawyer said that there was no way his client could have delivered the dose of Propofol that killed the pop icon last June. Attorney Ed Chernoff told CNN that his client could not have delivered the dose of the surgery-grade anesthetic.


Kristen Stewart Says She Probably Won't Be In "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"

On the red carpet for the Los Angeles premiere of "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," star Kristen Stewart told MTV News that though it was unlikely she would be able to play a role in the upcoming film "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," she holds out hope for it. "I'm booked for, like, the next six months, but it's an incredible project," she said. "I hope someone really cool does it, because I can't wait to see it. But I don't know if it's going to be me."

Woman Who Assaulted Bam Margera Will Face Trial

A judge ruled that the 59-year-old woman who attacked "Jackass" star Bam Margera with a baseball bat a few weeks ago will stand trial. Elizabeth Ray will have to face a jury on counts of aggravated assault and several other related charges.