Who does he think he is, Lindsay Lohan?
Dr. Conrad Murray's legal team will try him probation.
The man responsible for Michael Jackson's death will be sentencing is scheduled for Nov 29. Maybe if Murray and his lawyers bring Judge Michael Pastor some Thanksgiving leftovers, they'll get what they're asking for.
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They've had a rough gig the last two years, especially in the last six weeks. We can see why they would be pissed.
You've probably heard all about the documentary MSNBC has put together following the manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson. As you might have already heard, MJ's family isn't pleased that this doc is going to air and adding to the list of disgruntle folks is Dr. Conrad Murray's legal team. Seems they willingly participated in the doc, under the assumption they would get paid for their time. They have and will not be.
In fact, only Dr. Murray was compensated by the doc crew for his time. He got a whopping $1. Breaking the bank!!!
On top of this mayhem, Murray's lead attorney, Ed Chernoff, is also reportedly ready to leave the case entirely, as he wishes to go back to Houston and make some money, since this case has put him under in more ways than one.
Sucks for these guys. All that work and nothing to show for it. Not even the pleasure of selling their story.
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While he was being charged and prosecuted for manslaughter, Conrad Murray still had time for a two hour interview with The Today Show.
Murray was interviewed by Today's Savannah Guthrie and the reporter pressed the doctor on the Michael Jackson case. In the interview, Murray continued to deny any responsbilty towards MJ's death, his main defense being that his death was "an unforseeable situation."
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After Monday night's episode of Dancing With The Stars, Nancy Grace was less concerned with achieving the lowest score of the night for her Instant Dance and more worried about Dr. Conrad Murray's guilty verdict.
Once she was done begging the judges to give her a break on the ballroom floor, the press backstage didn't need to beg the legal analyst to comment on the results of the Michael Jackson murder case.
While she's happy he'll be behind bars for his crime, she could only express her desire for a harsher punishment, saying:
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To massive cheers outside the courtroom and gasps inside, a guilty verdict was reached on Monday!
On June 25, 2009, Michael Jackson was pronounced dead of an overdose. Over two years later and after a grueling six-week trial, the involuntary manslaughter case against Michael Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray, has finally reached an end.
The jury turned over a GUILTY verdict in case, siding with the prosecutor, who argued Murray was a reckless physician, who put his own agenda before that of his patients. It took the jury only 16 hours to come to this conclusion.
We hope this brings closure to MJ's family and fans.
UPDATE: Murray will face sentencing on Tuesday November 29th, 2011. Prosecutor asked that he be immediately remanded, and the judge ruled in favor! He was put directly into custody without bail!
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Paris Hilton's mother, Kathy Hilton, arriving at the courthouse to support Michael Jackson's family on the last day of testimony for the manslaughter trial against Dr. Conrad Murray.
Kathy has been a longtime friend of the family, and went to private school with the late pop icon when she was 13 and he was 14.
Our thoughts are with all of them on what is sure to be a very difficult day.
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As planned, Janet Jackson arrived at the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray on Tuesday morning.
She cancelled Australian tour dates to support her family as the prosecution continues to argue that the doc should be convicted for involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.
Instead of performing in the land down under this week, she opted to join her sister LaToya, brother Marlon, and mother Katherine at the trial.
We can only imagine how tough it is for the Jackson family during this time, so our thoughts and prayers go out to each and every one of them!
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