I contacted criminal defense attorney Lou Shapiro, who has a few questions about what the jury may be wanting to know.
He wrote, "Now that we are over a week into the trial of Dr. Murray, we are left with more questions than answers. The jurors want to know: 1. Why was medicine cleaned up before the paramedics arrived? 2. Why didn't Dr. Murray inform the paramedics or the doctors that Jackson had been given propofol? 3. Why was Dr. Murray calling his girlfriend in the ambulance? 4. Why did Dr. Murray record Michael Jackson on his phone? 5. Why was propofol being delivered to Dr. Murray's residence, rather than Jackson's residence? While Dr. Murray has the right not to testify, he is the only one who can provide answers to these questions."