Photo: After 9 Hours of Deliberation, Michael Jackson's Physician Dr. Conrad Murray Found GUILTY
A juror of 7 men and women have reached a verdict in the case against Dr. Conrad Murray, the man in charge of Michael Jackson’s health at the time of his death.
On the second day of deliberations, at 10:56 a.m. PT Monday morning, the jury gave three buzzes to indicate they had reached a verdict. After nine hours of deliberation, the jury found Dr. Conrad Murray GUILTY of involuntary manslaughter.
Being accused of involuntary manslaughter, Murray faces up to four years in prison, and will likely lose his medical license, ending his life as he had previously known it.
Prosecutors argued that Dr. Murray was responsible for the death of the King of Pop because he was the man ultimately responsible for Jackson’s health.
In 2009, Michael Jackson died of an overdose of the powerful anesthetic known as propofol. It was found that he also had two sedatives in his symptoms.