Conrad Murray’s involuntary manslaughter trial was delayed Monday because the father of one of the witnesses died over the weekend.
The trial of Michael Jackson’s personal physician will enter a new phase this week, with the doctor’s attorneys trying to counter three weeks of damaging testimony and attempting to show that the singer somehow caused his own death.
Two Los Angeles City fire paramedics, who tried to revive Michael Jackson, testified Friday about their attempts to resuscitate the King of Pop even though, they say, they knew there wasn’t much hope.
Both the defense and prosecution in the Conrad Murray trial are gearing up for what promises to be another explosive day in court.
A judge is expected to hear pre-trial motions Monday in the trial of Michael Jackson’s doctor, who is accused of involuntary manslaughter in the pop star’s death.
The jury in the Conrad Murray manslaughter case was sat Friday afternoon.
A Porter Ranch man has agreed to plea deal in the March 18 shooting death of a childhood friend, Brian Russell Kaplon, an executive at NBCUniversal.
An appeals court has refused to order the jury sequestered in the trial of Michael Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray, on the eve of his trial.
A judge ruled Monday that witnesses won’t be able to discuss Michael Jackson’s drug use in the murder trial involving the pop superstar’s doctor.
A judge says unseen footage of Michael Jackson’s final rehearsals cannot be shown to jurors in the upcoming trial of the doctor charged in his death.
Both the defense and prosecution in the involuntary manslaughter case against Michael Jackson’s doctor have won permission to view raw footage of rehearsals from which the concert movie “This Is It” was made.
Prosecutors say the doctor charged in the death of Michael Jackson is trying to change his story about his actions involving the pop star.
A convicted sex offender who admitted to drugging and dumping the body of a 19-year-old student he met online will spend at least another year in jail.
Michael Jackson’s doctor was so distracted by his own complicated love live that he failed to pay proper attention to Jackson’s treatment in the hours before the pop star died, according to court documents filed Thursday.
Michael Jackson’s doctor is ready to go to trial on a charge of involuntary manslaughter rather than strike a plea deal in the superstar’s death, his lawyers say.