The California Supreme Court declined Wednesday to hear an appeal by Conrad Murray, the doctor convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of pop star Michael Jackson.
An appellate court is refusing to grant a rehearing to Michael Jackson’s doctor on the appeal of his involuntary manslaughter conviction.
A California court has scheduled arguments next month for Michael Jackson’s doctor to appeal his involuntary manslaughter conviction.
After serving two years of a four-year sentence, Conrad Murray is tentatively scheduled to be released from jail Monday.
Conrad Murray, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson’s death, is speaking out one day after a jury cleared AEG Live of wrongdoing in the pop star’s demise.
Testimony concluded Friday in the high profile wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of the late Michael Jackson against entertainment promoter AEG.
Michael Jackson put his life at risk each time he abused the anesthetic propofol for sleep, an addiction expert testified Tuesday.
An addiction specialist testified Tuesday Michael Jackson suffered from “severe addiction” to pain medication and was secretive about his use of prescription drugs.
Former Dr. Conrad Murray, who is behind bars for involuntary manslaughter in the 2009 death of Michael Jackson, claims the late pop star hired him for his “This Is It” tour, not AEG Live LLC.
A human resources expert called to the stand by AEG Live Tuesday testified it is rare for a company to check the credit of an independent contractor, particularly a physician with a medical license.
A human resources expert testified Monday that concert promoter AEG should have performed a background check on Michael Jackson’s doctor.
A lawyer for Michael Jackson’s mother said the entertainer’s oldest son Prince will testify in the family’s negligence case against concert promoter AEG Live LLC.
The former head of Capitol Records and high-level positions at several other record companies is being paid to testify for Katherine Jackson in her lawsuit against the concert company.
The CEO for concert promoter AEG Live took the witness stand Friday for the eighth day in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial.
The head of AEG Live told a jury on Tuesday that he believes a lawsuit filed by Michael Jackson’s mother against the concert promotion company was a baseless extortion attempt.