Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Dr Conrad Murray To Stand Trial

Judge Michael Pastor has ruled that there is enough evidence to proceed with a case for involuntary manslaughter against Dr Conrad Murray (the late Michael Jackson's doctor).

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Got Milk?

Detective Orlando Martinez has told the preliminary hearing into manslaughter charges against Dr Conrad Murray, that the late Michael Jackson told Dr Murray on the day he died that he would have to cancel his comeback concerts unless he had a dose of his "milk" (propofol).

The court also heard from pharmacist Tim Lopez, who claims that Dr Conrad Murray placed an order for 255 vials of propofol two months before Jackson's death.

The hearing continues.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Suicide Speculation

It appears that Dr Conrad Murray's defence lawyer, Michael Flanagan, is attempting to inject into the preliminary hearing in Los Angeles speculation that Michael Jackson may have committed suicide.

Mr Flanagan asked about the proximity of the needles:

"If a person about 136 pounds and 5'9" was on the bed, they should be able to reach them, right?"

The prosecution objected that this was speculation, and the judge concurred.

The hearing continues this week.