Michael Jackson Doc to Plead Innocent in Likely Involuntary Manslaughter Case

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Dr. Conrad Murray, who served as Michael Jackson’s personal physician prior to the famous pop singer’s death last year, will plead not guilty tomorrow to an expected charge of involuntary manslaughter by Los Angeles authorities, his lawyer, Michael Flanagan, tells People.

Jackson died at his home in Los Angeles last year, at age 50, in what was determined to be a homicide caused by a lethal amount of the intravenous anesthetic propofol. It ordinarily is administered in a hospital setting.

An earlier ABAJournal.com post details the expected case that would have to be proven against Murray.

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