Michael Jackson’s doctor became a celebrity himself after his negligent actions allegedly resulted to the star’s death.
Dr. Conrad Murray has been scheduled to return to court on April 5 for the date of the case’s preliminary hearing to be set. In this stage, the pieces of evidence that show the doctor’s “gross negligence” as the actual cause of Jackson’s death will be revealed by the prosecutors.
The controversial doctor is accused of providing Jackson a fatal dose of Propofol that will help the star sleep.
He pleaded not guilty to an involuntary manslaughter charge and was released on a $75,000 bail.
If proven guilty, the doctor can spend up to four years in jail.