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Jackson's doctor

Jackson's doctor

Lawyers for Michael Jackson's doctor Thursday asked a California court not to revoke his medical license because he would be unable to defend himself from charges of involuntary manslaughter in the King of Pop's death.
California's attorney general last month asked the Los Angeles Supreme Court to suspend Conrad Murray's medical license in California, in view of the "reckless" way he administered drugs that made him "a danger to the public."
The doctor, who could face up to four years in prison if convicted, acknowledged on Feb. 8 giving the anesthetic propofol to Jackson following the singer's "repeated demands/requests" for the drug. Murray's lawyers argued that if he is barred from practicing medicine in California, where he no longer does since Jackson's death on June 25, he would "be unable to practice medicine in Texas and Nevada," where he also works.


Updated : 2021-03-05 02:45 GMT+08:00