Janet Jackson is determined to attend DR. CONRAD MURRAY's upcoming involuntary manslaughter trial, because she wants to "see justice" served for the death of her beloved brother Michael.
The medic stands accused of administering the drug Propofol which killed the King of Pop in June, 2009.
Jackson has previously spoken out against Murray and blamed the physician for the singer's death, telling talk show host Oprah Winfrey, "Yes, I do (blame him). He's the one that was administering the drug, from what I do know."
Murray has pleaded not guilty to the charge and will go to trial on 28 March (11) - and the Nasty hitmaker insists she will be front and centre in the Los Angeles courtroom with other grieving members of her famous family to witness proceedings.
In a candid TV interview with U.S. journalist Meredith Vieira, she says, "It's tough sitting in the courtroom.
"(But) it's my brother, it's my blood, he's no longer here because of X, Y and Z. I think it's important to every family who's lost someone (to attend court). You want to see justice."
A preview of Jackson's interview aired on the Today show on Friday (11Feb11). The full chat will be broadcast on news programme Dateline on Sunday night (13Feb11).