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The trial of Michael Jackson's personal physician

Friday, Feb 24, 2012

Jackson Doc Denied Release From Jail

Jackson Doc Denied Release From Jail

Dr. Conrad Murray, the personal physician who was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson, was denied a request to be released from jail, a judge ruled Friday.

Friday, Dec 2, 2011

Murray Files "Notice of Appeal"

Murray Files "Notice of Appeal"

Dr. Conrad Murray filed court papers in Los Angeles Friday, suggesting a future appeal of his involuntary manslaughter conviction in the death of pop star Michael Jackson.

Tuesday, Nov 29, 2011
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By Jonathan Lloyd

Conrad Murray Receives Sentence

Michael Jackson family members at the sentencing for Dr. Conrad Murray.View gallery

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Tuesday, Nov 29, 2011

Katherine, La Toya Jackson React to Sentence

Katherine, La Toya Jackson React to Sentence

Michael Jackson's mother and sister react to the four-year prison sentence handed down.

Wednesday, Nov 14, 2012

Jackson Doc Receives 4-Year Sentence

Jackson Doc Receives 4-Year Sentence

Dr. Conrad Murray is sentenced for his involuntary manslaughter conviction in the death of Michael Jackson.

Tuesday, Nov 29, 2011

Jackson Doc Faces Up to Four Years in Prison

Jackson Doc Faces Up to Four Years in Prison

Relatives of the late Michael Jackson may deliver in-person impact statements during sentencing hearing for Dr. Conrad Murray.

Monday, Nov 21, 2011

Motion From Jackson Doc's Attorneys Denied

Motion From Jackson Doc's Attorneys Denied

Attorneys in the trial of Michael Jackson's personal physician sought tests involving a key piece of evidence.

Wednesday, Nov 16, 2011

Jackson Fan Apologizes for Photo

Jackson Fan Apologizes for Photo

A judge follows up on a few courtroom issues encountered during the trial of Michael Jackson's personal physician.

Tuesday, Nov 8, 2011

Jackson Family Reacts to Verdict

Jackson Family Reacts to Verdict

A teary Jackson family watched as Dr. Conrad Murray, convicted in the death of superstar Michael Jackson, left a downtown Los Angeles courtroom Monday in handcuffs.

Monday, Nov 7, 2011

Jackson Fans Weep, Hug, Chant Outside Court

Jackson Fans Weep, Hug, Chant Outside Court

"I've been crying since they said the verdict," said one overwhelmed Jackson supporter. "I've seen so much that he's been through, and I feel that he deserves justice."

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