Recap: Day 4 Of The Conrad Murray Trial

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ET's own special legal correspondent, Robin Sax, wraps up the details surrounding day four from the involuntary manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray.
Paramedic Richard Seneff testified that there was a chance that Michael Jackson could still be alive today if Dr. Murray had given him the right information when he arrived on scene, but not once did Murray mention that Propofol was used.
Paramedic Martin Blount and Dr. Richelle Cooper also testified that Murray never informed them that Propofol had been used to treat Jackson on the day that he died.
Check out the video above for more in depth analysis from Robin Sax on day four of the trial, and keep checking our Facebook page for more up-to-the-minute details when the trial continues on Monday, October 3, 2011.