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Dr. Conrad Murray‘s conviction for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson may end in a most of 4 years in jail, however it’s attainable that the doctor might not head to jail.
Michael Jackson was fifty when he died June 25, 2009 as he was getting ready for his “This Is It” tour, a comeback extravaganza that he hoped would restore him as a superstar. Murray was accused of inflicting the singer’s death by administering the powerful anesthetic propofol and not correctly supervising his patients or taking proper steps when Jackson stopped breathing.
A combination of things can play into the sentence Murray is ready to receive Nov. 29 from judge Michael Pastor. when Monday’s verdict Pastor denied missive of invitation by the doctor’s lawyers to permit him to stay free till sentencing, stating that “public safety demands that he be remanded” to jail.