Preliminary Hearing for Michael Jackson's Physician Set for January 2011


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Family of the late King of Pop have to wait until next year, January 4, to know whether or not judge will send Dr. Conrad Murray's case to trial.

Michael Jackson's family will have to wait until next year to find out whether the pop star's physician will face a trial and possible jail time for administering the anesthetic that killed the King of Pop - the preliminary hearing has been set for January 4, 2011.

Dr. Conrad Murray attended Monday's, August 23 brief session at Los Angeles Superior Court, where Judge Michael Pastor scheduled the hearing for the New Year. At that hearing, Judge Pastor will rule whether or not to send Murray's case to trial.

The 57-year-old medic has pleaded not guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter. Jackson's mother Katherine and his father Joseph joined various family members in court for the judge's decision.

Murray's attorneys have stated that the doctor did not give Jackson anything that should have killed him.

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    cooper
    Oct 01, 2010

    MAYBE HE THINKS THAT SHOULDN'T HAVE KILLED SOMEONES BROTHER,DADDY,AND SON BUT IT DID AND HE IS THE ONE WHO ADMINISTERED IT. SOUNDS LIKE HE GUILTY TO ME OF NOT ONLY KILLING SOMEONE BUT PERHAPS OF BEING A NOT VERY GOOD DOCTOR TOO. HE NEEDS TO BE STOPPED FROM TREATING PEOPLE BEFORE SOMEONE ELSE GETS HURT OR WORSE.

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    mj
    Aug 24, 2010

    why dont they charge the dr and get it over with he knows he guilty

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