Conrad Murray Trial: Jury Stops Deliberating, Goes Home For The Weekend

By Radar Staff

The jury deliberating the fate of Dr. Conrad Murray has stopped deliberating on Friday, and is headed home for the weekend.

The panel spent seven hours deliberating the single charge of involuntary manslaughter, but could not reach a unanimous verdict.

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The 12 men and women will be back in the jury room at 8:30 a.m. Monday.


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