Conrad Murray Guilty: Defense's Next Move

Jim Avila reports on the man convicted of killing the King of Pop.
0:01 | 11/08/11

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More on the Conrad Murray verdict what went wrong for the defense what -- their next moves. Murray's lawyer not -- -- is standing by to take those questions but first here's ABC's Jim have a live with the latest. Find the deep -- -- Conrad Robert Murray. Guilty. For the defense there were huge hurdles to overcome all. First the victim a worldwide icon. The feeling someone have to pay. If it were anybody else but Michael. Anybody else. With this doctor be here today. He's now facing up to four years in prison if this weren't a high profile case. I say that the person would probably spend. Ninety days then Conrad Murray's own words admitting -- -- police interview that he succumbed to his patients dangerous requests. I really. Along the fingerprint evidence helped negate the defense's main premise that Jackson killed himself by self injecting. Michael Jackson's prints were not on any of the pro football syringes -- -- -- but doctor Murray's -- was. They kinda had to prove. That there was a real chance that Michael Jackson injected himself. Would the fatal dose. It -- in the end the juror system by. Then apparently the judge didn't -- either sending Conrad Murray to jail immediately -- awaits sentencing he said. This is a crime with the end result was the death of a human being. And he thought the public needed to be protected.

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