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Jurors Face 100 Questions

Potential jurors in the case of Dr Conrad Murray, who is accused of involuntary manslaughter over the death of Michael, will face more than one hundred questions when the case gets underway tomorrow.

Exhaustive questioning will include whether they suffer from insomnia, what news websites they read and whether they are familiar with various medications involved in the case.

The potential jurors will also be asked if they believe celebrities “get away with crimes because of their status” and “abuse their power.” In a thirty-page questionnaire they will also be asked if they have ever seen a member of the Jackson family in person or watched ‘This Is It,’ a film which included footage of the singer’s final rehearsals.

Murray, who has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter, has admitted giving Michael a small amount of propofol to help him sleep but insists it was not enough to be fatal.

Source: telegraph.co.uk & MJWN

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