Murray's Defense Admits Jackson Injected Himself

Dan Abrams discusses latest concessions by Conrad Murray's defense team.
2:28 | 11/01/11

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You may lead analyst Dan Abrams back with -- so Doctor Conrad Murray by 11 AM local time in LA has to make the decision I know you've said that he should not. The pros and cons of I don't understand. I don't do not think he's gonna take the witness stand that the pros are that he gets to explain a little more detail some of the things he said on the audiotape that's already been introduced into evidence. If he's good on the witness stand he could somehow bond with the jurors okay. The cons are so many that we don't have the time to discuss all of the -- to -- he'd have to explain so many different things that he did. That day that some of which are inexplicable. And not calling nine on one why is on the phone. With a girlfriend of his why he was giving improbable fall it all in in -- home setting and -- -- the list goes on and on and on and on and he's already had a chance to explain himself. On that audiotape that was introduced let's talk now about doctor white we Solingen marvelous -- you think he is key oh absolutely crucial mean it's very rare. That an expert witness. Could be the key to an acquittal. And in this case if there's an acquittal it will be thanks to doctor white why. Because I think that at this point the defense is basically conceding that doctor Marie did things that he should not have done right meaning if this were trial for his medical license he'd lose it. But when it comes to involuntary manslaughter the key questions going to be cause of death. And doctor white is saying look I don't think that he I don't think that he did if the jurors say -- doctor -- here on the prosecution. I think he's probably right. But doctor white had a point. That -- of itself could lead to an acquittal. -- the fact that he was held in contempt of court. Outside the president juror okay right but still that's an usual yeah Africa expert witness to be 5000. Well -- because the -- got to the point where. He thought that that doctor white was intentionally violating his order. And in essence. Testifying about private conversations that he'd had with Doctor Murray why. Presumably in an effort to introduce. Conversations. That are not admissible in this case. But for the judge to believe it's gotten so bad that he's doing it on purpose. In order to find him really tells you something. Up and I think it's these teaching in the courtroom over doctor white showed how important testimony it again in a few hours we'll find out of Doctor Murray. Take the stand it and think -- -- much.

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