On day two in the preliminary hearing for Dr. Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson’s bodyguard is expected on the stand talking about the singer’s final moments.
Prosecutors say Alberto Alvarez was ordered by Dr. Murray to conceal syringes before calling 911. Prosecutor David Walgren claims Murray waited as long as 21 minutes before calling emergency services. The prosecutors are arguing Murray used “ an extreme deviation from the standard of care” when he administered the anesthetic propofol to the singer.
On the stand Tuesday, another bodyguard testified he was in the bedroom when Murray asked if anyone knew CPR.
The preliminary hearing will determine if there is enough evidence for Murray to stand trail for manslaughter in the singer’s death.