The jury has reached a verdict in the case against Dr. Conrad Murray in Michael Jackson's death. Murray has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter. Jackson died due to an overdose of the anesthetic propofol, as well as other sedatives, according to autopsy reports.
The court has not yet delivered sentencing for Murray, but his defense attorney Ed Chernoff told CNN that he was not surprised by the verdict, and his goal is to keep Murray out of jail. Whether the defense will appeal will most likely rely on the sentencing, which could be up to four years in prison and the revokation of Murray's medical license.
Baliffs handcuffed Murray in court and escorted him out of the courtroom. He will be kept in the sheriff's custody and will not be released on bail.
Several of Michael Jackson's family members were at the court today, including his sister La Toya Jackson, who tweeted: "Michael's spirit will be with us in the court room and he will make sure the right verdict is made."