Conrad Murray Trial: Did Defense Make Headway?

Dan Abrams discusses the effectiveness of Conrad Murray's legal strategy.
1:57 | 10/25/11

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-- the defense under way of course. And so much evidence so much testimony stacked against them that they make any kind of headway against it -- an interesting defense because what they're going to be saying is that there is Michael Jackson effectively shopping around. Current doctor and or somebody who given -- -- -- point of the defense is. This is a guy who is desperate who would do anything -- -- member of the defense is that He may have administered it to himself He may have taken other drugs what doctor -- wasn't watching. The problem it is that these same doctors are saying. No I wouldn't give it to win. Which goes to the other point in this case which is negligence. Which is what the heck was doctor -- doing giving -- -- and also it really is a double edged sword as a defense moves forward as a cynicism about -- practice case that would be kind of easy. But this is something that's that's much different the nurse is going to be back on the stand today would expect was she sort of reluctant witness had to be there I mean this is witness. Who's said that Michael Jackson. Effectively was asking her for an ID and other things that she didn't want to do. But the defense -- in this spot where they somehow have to demonstrate that Michael Jackson could have done this on their -- I don't think they have a real shock when it comes to the issue of gross negligence I think the prosecution. Has really demonstrated beyond a reasonable doubt. That He behaved in a way that was grossly negligent in my opinion. The real shot here but the defense is gonna be cause of death. Is it possible. That Michael Jackson could have ingested. Drugs on -- zone is it possible that Michael Jackson could have upped the amount of pro befall. Is there any reasonable doubt as to that. That's the only shot I think the defense has that they changed with very little bit because first this city ingested -- and they said though He injected it does that play with the jury at all 888 I don't think it's very big issue with the jury deputy -- the problems that the defense is happening with this particular -- -- more today. Then things that are.

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