Here's a look at the life of attorney Mark Geragos, known for his high profile clients.
Birth date: October 5, 1957
Michael Jackson (Entertainer)
Chris Brown (Entertainer)
Political Figures - US
Crime, law enforcement and corrections
Law and legal system
Birth place: Los Angeles, California
Birth name: Mark John Geragos
Father: Paul Geragos, attorney
Mother: Betty Jane Geragos
Marriage: Paulette (Kassabian) Geragos
Children: Jake and Teny
Education: Haverford College, B.A., 1979; Loyola Marymount University, J.D., 1982
Partner in the law firm Geragos & Geragos.
1983 - Is admitted to the State Bar of California and joins his father's law firm, Geragos & Geragos.
1997-1998 - One of his first high profile cases is when Geragos represents Susan McDougal in an embezzlement case. McDougal was earlier convicted of fraud in the Whitewater case that involved President Bill Clinton. She is acquitted of the embezzlement charges.
2001 - Represents Clinton's brother, Roger Clinton, who was arrested on drunken driving charges. Clinton pleads guilty to a misdemeanor charge of reckless driving.
2001 - Represents rapper Nate Dogg, who pleads no contest to a misdemeanor charge of carrying an unmarked firearm. A felony charge is dropped in exchange for the plea.
2001-2002 - Represents Gary Condit as law enforcement investigate the death of Chandra Levy.
2002 - Represents Ryder, who is charged with felony grand theft and vandalism for shoplifting from Saks Fifth Avenue. Ryder is sentenced to three years of probation and counseling.
May 2003 - Announces he will represent Scott Peterson, charged with murdering his pregnant wife, Laci. Peterson is found guilty.
2003-2004 - Represents Jackson when he is charged with child molestation. Jackson replaces Geragos, saying he wants a lawyer who will devote his full time to the case.
2008 - Geragos and partner Pat Harris win a lawsuit against Jeffrey Borer and his charter jet company XtraJet for secretly recording Geragos, Harris and client Jackson on a flight.
2009 - Represents Brown when he is charged with assaulting his then girlfriend, Rihanna. Brown is sentenced to five years of probation and ordered to complete a domestic violence program.
2013 - Geragos' book, written with Pat Harris, "Mistrial: An Inside Look at How the Criminal Justice System Works...and Sometimes Doesn't" is released.
October 15, 2017 - Represents Colin Kaepernick when he files a civil lawsuit against the NFL. The lawsuit alleges collusion to keep Kaepernick from being signed by any team after he continued kneeling to protest the treatment of black Americans during the singing of the National Anthem prior to NFL games.