(CBS/AP) LOS ANGELES - Prosecutors in the manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray are keeping jurors focused on the doctor's phone records from the day the King of Pop died.
Authorities aim to show that Dr. Conrad Murray was trying to juggle his medical practice, personal life and superstar patient all at once.
Testimony Monday centered on calls Murray made and received on June 25, 2009, with witnesses including the cardiologist's patients, a colleague and a woman who had dated Murray.
Jurors have yet to hear from two other women with whom Murray was romantically involved, although both could testify as early as Tuesday.
Murray has pleaded not guilty. Authorities contend he gave the singer a lethal dose of propofol and other sedatives. Murray's attorneys claim Jackson gave himself the fatal dose.