November 3, 2011
Posted: 12:50 PM ET
Every case gets two interpretations during closing arguments. While jurors aren't supposed to consider the words of attorneys as evidence, closing arguments are important. Sometimes they can mean the difference between a verdict of guilty and not guilty.
October 31, 2011
Posted: 06:16 PM ET
Defense expert Dr. Paul White testified that Jackson may have had his own stash of propofol. Dr. White also said the fatal dose of anesthetic may have come from a prepared syringe that was sitting near Jackson's bedside.
Head over to HLNtv.com to read more about Dr. White's testimony.
Posted: 06:00 PM ET
Looks like defense expert Dr. Paul White is back in trouble with the judge. This isn't the first time, either. He's already facing a contempt hearing in November for comments he made after his friend testified for the prosecution. Check out HLNtv.com for more on why the judge is now slapping him with a $1,000 fine.
Posted: 02:42 PM ET
Our courtroom cameras have captured a lot... but have you noticed that one thing has mainly stayed the same? We're talking about Dr. Conrad Murray's facial expression. Sometimes attorneys will tell their clients to sit emotionless in court. Is that what Dr. Murray is going after?
October 24, 2011
Posted: 02:14 PM ET
Prosecutors have rested their case. Did they convince you — beyond a reasonable doubt — that Dr. Conrad Murray is guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson? Tell us why or why not!
October 21, 2011
Posted: 09:38 AM ET
Dr. Steven Shafer put it in pretty stark words yesterday, he came right out and said that he belives Dr. Conrad Murray is responsible for Michael Jackson's death. So how will Murray's defense team go after him today?
October 19, 2011
Posted: 12:23 PM ET
Prosecutors are now winding down their case. Have they convinced you - beyond a reasonable doubt - that Dr. Conrad Murray is guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson? If not, tell us what else you need to hear from them before they rest their case.
Watch live coverage of the Dr. Murray Trial right now on HLN and In Session. You can discuss the case, share your questions or vent your views with other viewers right here. You can also join the conversation with us on Twitter or Facebook.
October 13, 2011
Posted: 01:08 PM ET
Follow all the action and testimony from the Conrad Murray. Live coverage is underway now on HLN and In Session. Watch along with us and share your take on trial in the comments below or over on Twitter or Facebook.
October 12, 2011
Posted: 05:53 PM ET
Posted: 12:58 PM ET
The big debate following Tuesday's testimony focused on the prosecution's decision to display a photo of a deceased and nearly naked Michael Jackson during testimony from the medical examiner who performed his autopsy. We hear some people were brought to tears by the image, including one Michael Jackson fan who was seated in the gallery and had to leave the room.
But difficult as it might have been for many to view, HLN correspondent and In Session anchor Ryan Smith says the controversial decision to show the picture may have been made to get the jury to "connect with the victim."
The image in question does not appear in the video below:
Get up to speed on the what happened in the Conrad Murray trial each morning on HLN's "Morning Express with Robin Meade."
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