He was handed the maximum time for his manslaughter conviction earlier today (November 29), yet not all members of Michael Jackson's family are satisfied with the four year sentence Dr. Conrad Murray was given.
Obviously filled with endless emotion following Judge Pastor's decision, MJ's brother Jermaine said that the ruling "wasn't enough time" for what Murray had done to his superstar sibling.
It was a tense situation in the Los Angeles courtroom as Dr. Conrad Murray arrived to hear of his sentence for his involuntary manslaughter conviction today (November 29).
The troubled physician stood before Judge Pastor as he handed down his decision- and Murray will have to serve the maximum four years imprisonment in the Los Angeles County Jail for his involvement in the untimely death of Michael Jackson back in June of 2009.
Following less than nine total hours of deliberation, the jury of seven men and five women came back with an uncontested decision of guilty, meaning Murray faces up to four years in prison and the loss of his medical license upon sentencing.
They’ve been closely monitoring the manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray from the beginning, and the Jackson family is anxious to see how the jury decides.
The parents and siblings of the late Michael Jackson will received a 2-hour “heads up” when the jury comes to a decision on the guilt or innocence of Dr. Murray, and they’ll all be in the courtroom wen the verdict is read.
Summarizing their final thoughts, attorneys in the trial of Michael Jackson's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, will make their closing arguments to the jury today (November 3).
Hoping for a conviction on a charge of manslaughter, the prosecution will once again try to convince jurors that Murray was reckless and criminally negligent in his treatment of the King of Pop, administering the strong anesthetic propofol as a way to treat MJ's insomnia.