Michael Jackson's personal doctor has invested seven several weeks in the Los Angeles City prison since his unconscious wrongful death indictment last Nov.
As Fitzgibbons ceased respiration and experienced strokes under the impact of the surgery pain-killer propofol, jurors were informed, Murray mentioned on the cellphone and sent and acquired e-mail and sms.
And in the essential minutes after he found the musician had ceased respiration, he late contacting for help and protect to paramedics and urgent situation physicians, witnesses said.
Murray never took the observe take a position to announce his purity.
"He desires he claimed. He definitely desires he claimed," said lawyer Valerie Wass, who is managing Murray's benefit his indictment. "Ed Chernoff [Murray''s attorney] was fairly insistent that he not admit, Mr. [J. Michael] Flanagan [his other attorney] believed he should admit. So he never claimed."
Wass said Murray preserves his purity and is continuous to attraction. Murray has was adament that Fitzgibbons desired out and acquired propofol as a rest aid long before Murray became his doctor.
During the test, his attorneys suggested, it was Fitzgibbons who was eventually accountable for his own loss of life.
Wass, who frequented Murray on Mon, mentioned that jurors were permitted entry to mobile phones and public networking during the test and were never sequestered.
"You don't go on Twitter without seeing something about Michael Jackson and the trial," she said. "I learned of Michael Jackson's death from Twitter."
Judge Michael Pastor in sentencing Murray called him a "disgrace to the medical profession."
“Michael Jackson died not because of an isolated one-off occurrence or incident," Pastor said. "He died because of a totality of circumstances which are directly attributable to Dr. Murray, not some mistake or some accident in the early morning hours of 2009."
He said Murray engaged in a "horrible cycle of medicine."
During the four-week trial, prosecutors painted Murray as a deceptive and incompetent doctor who abandoned his medical judgment in complying with Jackson's request to be given a surgical anesthetic to put him to sleep.
Witnesses testified to many egregious medical missteps -– giving propofol in an unmonitored setting, fumbling at basic resuscitation, keeping no records –- failures that experts said directly led to Jackson's overdose death.
While in jail, Murray has complained of unsanitary conditions but has also taken to trying to educate his fellow inmates. Murray is expected to serve several more months in jail but nowhere near the four-year sentence.