Conrad Murray's Fate in the Hands of the Jury

Jury must now decide if Jackson doctor is guilty of involuntary manslaughter.
4:16 | 11/05/11

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That Conrad Murray trial jury deliberations are gonna start Monday mornings are up -- once again after jurors -- late into the day on Friday these men and women. I have to decide whether Michael Jackson's personal doctor is guilty of involuntary manslaughter. ABC's Jim model it takes us inside the jury room now. You must discuss the case only in the jury room. No one knows what the seven men and five women -- -- they ask for no help no questions during their first day of deliberations. But there are clues on what makes the jurors tech from questionnaires filled out before they listened to 49 witnesses and considered hundreds of pieces of evidence. -- keep an open mind and freely exchange your thoughts and ideas about this case. The jurors include postal worker a TV director a cartoon animator and viewers of TV crime -- After the jury is white. Five Hispanic one African Americans here that would you please stand ace pitcher. Several watch the OJ Simpson's violent television is now sixteen years later there that same courthouse deliberating Conrad Murray's fate. Several are Michael Jackson fans at half of the jury believes celebrities use stardom. To bend the rules including getting away with crime. The judge did not allow jurors to hear from dermatologist Arnie Klein. Blamed by Murray's lawyers for addicting Jackson did down overall during his Botox treatment. But Klein spoke exclusively to ABC news during the first day of jury deliberations. I want to know. Whether or not. You addicted. Michael Jackson to -- you know the answer -- no cause or no results and show. In tough problem reports were very demo on his body all right bounds by were all the drugs. That'd be given to by Conrad Murray who had nothing to do with the digging -- to any exceptions. As Jackson -- -- supporters spent outside the courtroom jurors will reunite inside Monday. To consider whether the overdose of a legend was caused by his doctor. Or Good Morning America -- -- ABC news Los Angeles. Office -- -- -- more -- -- now with -- -- legal analyst Dan Abrams thanks for coming and we are really pretty creative and you have said that you think there's a real danger -- of a hung jury why is that well -- because this is a tricky case in -- is a lot of evidence that the prosecutors presented. That Conrad Murray did things that he shouldn't have done. There were a lot of things he should've done that he didn't do it really is any question he was grossly negligent here the question is cause of death. What is these jurors believe that there's a chance -- Michael Jackson. Could have. Injected the fatal dose reason there's a reasonable that's right now there's still a way they could convict even if they believe that. But that's what I think there's the potential that the jurors could get a little caught up and maybe even disagree I thought -- fascinated these jurors are not sequestered. Does the fact that -- home with their families over the weekend in anyway potentially -- -- sure potentially and it looks sequestration is is a very draconian -- you don't just sort of sequester. You you you very rarely sequestered juries the defense asked for sequestration in this case and the judge said -- it was always the concern. The jurors go home for the weekend -- -- their spouses couple their spouses have been watching the case closely following it all -- up their opinions exactly what's not supposed to happen. The judge -- giving them very very specific instructions saying do not talk to anyone about the case. Do you have a sense. I'm put you on the spot ever get a sense of how this thing -- -- break out when they make their decision. The answer is no but I like to guess always so -- look. This is a in high profile cases jurors like to to cross the t.s and dot the -- at -- -- wanted to see as the OJ jury. Who came back after four hour -- so I wasn't surprised that we didn't get a verdict Friday even if they'd all come back. And how to vote -- agreed I think they still would've taken a little bit of extra time on this so. I think they're gonna take their time here regardless of whether they're battling -- not battling on but I would expect that will certainly -- a whole lot more than we. Dan Abrams always great to have your expertise on a big case like that really appreciate and -- thanked him.

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