It has been an intense trial so far, but Dr. Conrad Murray's manslaughter proceedings have been put on hold for the day.
Due to the death of a prosecution witness’ family member, Murray’s trial will not move forward today (October 17).
With each day that passes, Dr. Conrad Murray gets closer to learning his fate, and the manslaughter trial stemming from the death of Michael Jackson has begun this morning.
And according to law enforcement sources, Dr. Murray sealed his own fate by giving an interview to the police two days after the late King of Pop passed away- something he didn’t have to do.
Up to this point, one of his main defense strategies was to convince the jury that Michael Jackson had orally self-administered a lethal dose of propofol.
But earlier today, Dr. Conrad Murray and his defense team opted to abandon that claim during the courtroom proceedings.
The jury in Dr. Conrad Murray's manslaughter trial has been given a plethora of evidence to consider, and testimony continues today.
Yesterday, Dr. Christopher Rogers, the doctor who performed Michael Jackson's autopsy, stated that he seriously doubted that Jackson caused his own death.
Up to this point, the case against Dr. Conrad Murray has been strong, and the manslaughter trial continues today, following the Columbus Day holiday yesterday.
The courtroom is tense as the events surrounding the death of Michael Jackson are carefully examined to determine whether or not Dr. Murray was complicit. Check out the live feed!
All week we’ve seen the prosecution call witness after witness to testify against Dr. Conrad Murray, and today it seems we’ll see more of the same.
According to a report, toxicologist Dan Anderson will continue his testimony from yesterday regarding the chemicals found in the late Michael Jackson's body after death.
As the prosecutor's case continues to unfold, Dr. Conrad Murray is lined up to return for another day in court again today (October 6).
On Wednesday, an audio recording of a drugged-out Michael Jackson discussing his plans for his “This Is It” tour a month before he died was played for the courtroom.
It’s no secret that Dr. Conrad Murray is in some hot water for his involvement in the death of Michael Jackson, and later today the jurors may get to hear him explain the ordeal in his own words.
According to reports, the official police interview of Dr. Murray may be played for the court this afternoon.
Things keep going from bad to worse for Dr. Conrad Murray in his ongoing manslaughter trial over the death of Michael Jackson.
Earlier today (October 4), Murray’s current and past girlfriends told the jury that they were on the phone with him the day the late King of Pop passed away.
As the courtroom drama continues to unfold, Dr. Conrad Murray's manslaughter trial is set to get underway once again today (October 4).
The proceedings are expected to begin around 8:45 a.m. PT with a lot more sure-to-be eye-popping testimony in the lineup.