As his manslaughter trial kicks off for another day, Dr. Conrad Murray is likely feeling quite nervous about his fate.
Yesterday, the prosecution ripped into Murray’s star witness Dr. Paul White and eventually the judge found him in contempt of court.
As things kick off for another week of the Dr. Conrad Murray manslaughter trial, the prosecution will cross examine Dr. Paul White, the defense’s final witness.
Last week, Dr. White testified on behalf of Dr. Murray and stated that he believed Michael Jackson self-administered the lethal dose of propofol.
Coming to the end of another long week of testimony, Dr. Conrad Murray's involuntary manslaughter trial is kicking off for the day.
And things seem to be winding down, as the defense comes to the end of its list of witnesses on mission to absolve Dr. Murray of any guilt.
If convicted, Dr. Conrad Murray could face up to 4 years in jail, and today his manslaughter trial continues in Los Angeles.
The defense will call two medical experts to testify today in hopes of casting reasonable doubt on Dr. Murray’s own moral culpability in the death of Michael Jackson.
The defense is doing its darndest to keep Dr. Conrad Murray out of jail, and today the manslaughter trial continues.
For the fifth week, witnesses have taken the stand to give testimony as to whether or not Murray was responsible for the death of the late King of Pop Michael Jackson.
He has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter charges in the death of Michael Jackson, and today Dr. Conrad Murray's trial continues with the defense’s witnesses.
Up to this point, the prosecution did a thorough job at establishing that Murray was responsible for the late King of Pop’s demise, but the Doctor’s lawyers are just getting started.
Kicking off another week of testimony, the manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray got underway this morning (October 24).
And today marks the beginning of the defense’s presentation of its case, following some seriously damning evidence brought forth by the prosecution.
She was scheduled to perform in Melbourne, Australia this week, but now Janet Jackson has called off the gigs in order to be with her family at the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray.
The “Rhythm Nation” songstress said the decision was a tough one, but she ultimately puts family before career, especially when it comes to the death of her late brother Michael Jackson.
As if things couldn’t get any worse for Dr. Conrad Murray, propofol expert Dr. Steve Schafer has virtually guaranteed that Michael Jackson's death was directly related to Murray’s actions.
As the manslaughter trial gets going again today, Dr. Schafer will continue his testimony, which so far as included statements calling Murray’s conduct “egregious” and “inexcusable.”
It’s no secret that things are looking pretty bleak for Dr. Conrad Murray's legal case, but the good news is he may avoid jail time all together.
According to a report, if Murray is convicted of felony involuntary manslaughter associated with the death of Michael Jackson, he could be sentenced to four years in prison.