The trial of Conrad Murray, the doctor charged with involuntary manslaughter for the death of Michael Jackson, moves into its fifth and possibly final week today. The prosecution is wrapping up and the defense is expected to make their case.
According to legal observers, the prosecution has made a strong case to convict Murray for involuntary manslaughter. Will Murray's lawyers be able to convince jurors that he wasn't responsible for Jackson's death?
Laurie Levenson, law professor at Loyola Law School