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Live we've got a lot of fantastic legal topics saying -- Kendall Coffey a prosecutor joining -- -- This morning or this afternoon now movement on all day and the ladies remain of course we have -- Jenkins joining us.
And form prosecutors -- meanwhile former prosecutors here right and not this lady has allowed attorney for -- prosecuted in a neighbor rescued.
Does -- leave any doubt from the comments I make I don't think the horrific I think -- -- this this is what happened yesterday Doctor Conrad Murray -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- The crash of involuntary manslaughter.
I sound like out of LaToya Jackson in NA not very musical.
Yelling and in the courtroom of course and they told -- every -- is not privy to -- during and verdict.
-- is obviously Doctor Murray is going to be out quite anxious to probably depressed about this whole situation.
You know having been a man who doesn't have a prior criminal record -- we'll Begin with you since you're just joining us nice to see -- -- and and you know and he's former US federal prosecutor.
-- what do you think about this case you think justice was serve was it appropriate to find him guilty to manslaughter.
And what -- going for it for him looking -- -- four -- top on -- -- Well as an overwhelming case and I think that.
This is one case -- you can't really second guess -- defense too much and say they could've -- Shannon.
Should've done anything different.
In terms of where it goes from here.
I agree with your panel for years seems practically a sure thing the complicating -- is going to be whether or not the judge.
Feels he has to view this is a crime it is not a violent crime.
Which could certainly change the actual way this sentence is served make it more about county jail -- house arrest scenario.
-- -- prison time but one way or another I think the judge is getting given the maximum.
Having this guy hauled off in handcuffs after the verdict.
Seem to be the judge's view that he should be treated.
Like a common criminal.
And whatever the actual way to sentence is carried out this judge is doing everything -- -- to send a message to the doctors and anyone else around the country.
About the serious character.
Of a misuse of prescription drugs.
Okay so let's -- -- -- -- about the streak -- mad during the break.
What kind of things can he do if you you know put on the defense half for a moment.
If you're representing this man his life's online I think it's very obvious sees that depressed during the -- -- -- emotional and he feels very badly about what happens.
Obviously but what do you do to help them -- to try and reduce the amount of time he might.
Yet what we saw in this case we've all -- about the -- -- and how would suggest that happened but I.
It's really it's because we witnessed popular -- fall from grace essentially.
To witness is the character witnesses who came in and spoke about the charitable foundation he establishing he's -- All of the wonderful -- he's done to help him as their physician and and it's almost like he stamped out of character he got caught up in the fame and fortune.
This whole Michael Jackson being started doing things that.
Most get any doctor should not do.
So he -- Green but that those people or have letters.
I present to the judge.
He's history -- charitable things he's done in the past everything he came to show.
-- -- Me some horrible decision in -- clean -- Mark -- I can't you know did this -- a hospital saying he -- me.
Looking -- he should be me remorseful.
About it and expressed that to the -- as well.
My -- I'm gonna go ahead and disagree here Kimberly I think that he had some great character witnesses I think a lot of people as you just.
Listed everything a lot of people loved him one witness even winds and after her testimony kissed him on on his head which I think it's very -- But I'm.
Here is very much loved but I think what's more important what trumps that is what happened on the day event.
Michael Jackson was found unconscious you know he didn't call -- -- he didn't -- the paramedics about the probable -- He took a lot of time to -- I need to hide them bottles around he administered on.
CPR on the on the bad instead of moving into the floor and so I think he should be facing but those -- Things like in the in the heat of the moment there and it -- you -- you might say every day all night.
Advantage even -- the parents sent out on the bed rest is on the floor that's something -- you know you don't -- of the apple -- for -- -- to see there's a series of bad decisions you got a -- -- I don't pro football and you know every single night he -- dated him and I even their -- witnesses -- and what -- -- I don't know exactly.
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