Dr. Conrad Murray Charged with Involuntary Manslaughter in Michael Jackson's Death
If convicted, Murray could face up to four years in prison. The doctor's attorney Ed Chernoff stated Murray will plead not guilty.
Murray was hired by Jackson to be his personal physician while he prepared for a series of comeback performances in London.
Officals said the singer died in L.A. after Murray administered the powerful general anesthetic propofol and two other sedatives to get the chronic insomniac to sleep.
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