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Jury begins considering fate of Jackson doctor

 Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney David Walgren projects a calendar on screen to chronicle events for the jury during his closing arguments during...
  Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney David Walgren delivers his closing arguments during the final stage of  Conrad Murray's involuntary manslaughte...
  Dr. Conrad Murray prepares to leave for lunch recess after the prosecution had delivered its closing arguments during the final stage of  Murray's i...
  Defense Attorney Ed Chernoff addresses the jury during the defense's closing arguments during the final stage of Conrad Murray's defense in his invo...
 Dr. Conrad Murray listens as defense attorney Ed Chernoff, not pictured, gives the defense's closing arguments during the final stage of Conrad Murra...

Michael Jackson Doctor

Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney David Walgren projects a calendar on screen to chronicle events for the jury during his closing arguments during...

Michael Jackson Doctor

Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney David Walgren delivers his closing arguments during the final stage of Conrad Murray's involuntary manslaughte...

Michael Jackson Doctor

Dr. Conrad Murray prepares to leave for lunch recess after the prosecution had delivered its closing arguments during the final stage of Murray's i...

Michael Jackson Doctor

Defense Attorney Ed Chernoff addresses the jury during the defense's closing arguments during the final stage of Conrad Murray's defense in his invo...

Michael Jackson Doctor

Dr. Conrad Murray listens as defense attorney Ed Chernoff, not pictured, gives the defense's closing arguments during the final stage of Conrad Murra...

Jurors in Los Angeles have begun deliberations in the involuntary manslaughter case against Michael Jackson's personal physician.
The seven-man, five-woman panel began discussing the case Friday morning.
The jury received it Thursday after spirited closing arguments by prosecutors and defense attorneys.
Prosecutor David Walgren urged the group to convict Dr. Conrad Murray, arguing the Houston-based cardiologist was reckless with Jackson's life and left his children without a father. Defense attorney Ed Chernoff argued prosecutors hadn't proved their case and were trying to convict Murray for the actions of Jackson.
Murray faces a possible sentence ranging from probation to four years behind bars and the loss of his medical license if convicted.


Updated : 2021-05-09 22:58 GMT+08:00