Dr. Conrad Murray Convicted of Involuntary Manslaughter

’s doctor and personal propofol administrator Dr.  was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter today after a 23 day court case with 49 witnesses and 300 pieces of evidence. The verdict was delivered this Monday after a seven hour deliberation on Friday yielded no result. He was handcuffed in court and remanded into custody.
Murray will most likely lose his medical license and faces four years in prison. Sentencing will be given on November 29th.
The seven men and five women who hold the fate of Murray in their hands are a diverse cross-section of Los Angeles, people of varying ethnicities from different towns who might never have met if they had not been thrown together in the jury pool. They are white, black and Hispanic, mostly middle-aged and live in an assortment of suburbs in the Los Angeles urban sprawl. Most have children and some have grandchildren. They include a professor, postman, bus driver, actor and movie animation supervisor.


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