Conrad Murray Released From Jail
By JACKIE WILLIS
October 28, 2013
Conrad Murray, the former doctor of Michael Jackson who was convicted for causing the King Of Pop's death, was released from jail early Monday morning, Oct. 28.
Murray was originally sentenced to four years in jail, but served just two after a change in a California law cut down his time behind bars.
Following his conviction in 2011, the former cardiologist has had his licenses revoked from the three states he practiced medicine. Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Jackson in June 2009. The former doctor was administering lethal doses of the sleep aid anesthetic propofol to the music icon. Some reports are claiming that Murray will not attempt to get his licenses reinstated.