Conrad Murray Trial: Defense Wraps Case

Cross-examination is expected to begin for Dr. Conrad Murray's top witness.
1:50 | 10/31/11

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It begins a pivotal week in the trial of Conrad Murray. Prosecutors are now on the chance -- cross examine Murray's most crucial expert witness who made the case of Michael Jackson could have given himself the overdose that killed them. And our man on the case -- -- ABC's Jim apple has the details. Sources tell ABC news prosecutors expect cross examination. Of doctor Paul Light today. Followed by two days of rebuttal witnesses and -- the judges agreed to said the jury -- And that prosecutors and defense prepare for closing arguments Thursday and Friday. Meeting the actual final words from the attorneys who -- week from today with a jury getting the case then we are past. The date I told to your services would be over I really do. Thank you so much for your continued to dedication to this case what -- -- to demonstrate Conrad Murray's defense team has called its last witness six and at all. From character witnesses like this 82 year old patient. Skis in -- who said her Doctor Murray could do nothing wrong no it certainly is not -- greedy man prosecutors want the jury to believe if they. Manhattan angry. He never would have come to an area community. 75%. -- home school. The jury heard medical experts like -- will fall expert Paul White. Who made the defense point no matter how negligent Conrad very may have been his actions did not kill Michael. Jackson do you think it was a self injection. Pro fall near the -- Between 113012 o'clock and did. In my opinion yes. The -- that the jury is actually getting very frustrated on Friday when the judge announced the half day of testimony jurors were restless in the box. They've been promised the trial be over -- October 28 and now. They don't expect to get the case of the second week of November.

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