Dr. Conrad Murray Found Guilty of Involuntary Manslaughter in Death of Michael Jackson

Dr. Conrad Murray Trial Dr. Conrad Murray watches his attorney, Edward Chernoff, question concert promoter Paul Gongaware on the second day of his involuntary manslaughter trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court on September 28, 2011 in downtown Los Angeles, California. Dr. Murray is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of singer Michael Jackson who died of an overdose of prescription drugs, including propofol and lorazepam, in June of 2009. (Getty Images)more pics » Conrad Murray (Getty Images) Dr. Conrad Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter on Monday, over two years after pop singer Michael Jackson's death from acute Propofol intoxication.

In the moments after the verdict was announced, a crowd gathered outside the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center burst into cheers.

Murray was remanded into custody without bail – a surprise, given his lack of a prior criminal record. Neither he nor his legal team showed any emotion as the verdict was read.

Murray, who had admitted to administering Propofol to Jackson every day for two months until his untimely death on June 25, 2009, could serve up to four years in prison by Judge Michael Pastor. He will be sentenced on November 29.

The Jackson family is reportedly "very happy" with the outcome of the trial. Michael's parents, Katherine and Joe, were present for the verdict, as were siblings LaToya, Rebbie, Randy, and Jermaine.

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