Dr. Conrad Murray
Two months after losing a wrongful death suit brought against concert promoter AEG, Michael Jackson’s mother is asking for a new trial.
Dr. Conrad Murray Released From Jail After Serving 2 Years For Manslaughter In Michael Jackson’s Death
Dr. Conrad Murray was released from Los Angeles County Jail early Monday morning after serving two years for manslaughter in the death of pop-star Michael Jackson.
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.
The 12-person jury found that AEG Live did hire Dr. Conrad Murray to care for Jackson but did not find the physician unfit or incompetent.
Closing arguments began Tuesday morning in the high-profile wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of the late Michael Jackson against entertainment promoter AEG Live.
A judge issued jury instructions Monday in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of the late Michael Jackson against entertainment promoter AEG Live.
A doctor’s testimony was used in court Friday in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by Michael Jackson’s family.
Renowned sleep expert Dr. Charles Czeisler spent a second day on the witness stand testifying at the Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit against AEG.
Jurors heard from Michael Jackson’s children Wednesday in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the singer’s mother.
Testimony in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial against AEG Live continued Wednesday and featured a deposition from the late singer’s daughter.
A day after learning she attempted to commit suicide, Dr. Conrad Murray reached out to 15-year-old Paris Jackson Thursday.
An AEG vice president testified Thursday that the entertainment and sports conglomerate never had a signed agreement okaying Dr. Conrad Murray as Michael Jackson’s physician.
Toxicologist Daniel Anderson was the first to take the stand in the second week of testimony in Katherine Jackson’s multi-billion-dollar civil suit against AEG.
A police detective has testified that Michael Jackson’s mother told him the family had tried drug interventions for the singer, believing he was addicted to painkillers.
The first day of testimony began Tuesday in Michael Jackson’s wrongful death lawsuit.