MJ’s doc unlikely to face trial for two years
London: Michael Jackson`s doctor is unlikely to go before a jury over the singer’s death until 2012, it has been revealed.
Huge delays in preparing the case against Conrad Murray mean he probably will not face trial over the singer’s death for two years.
Ed Chernoff, Murray`s lawyer, is fuming ‘many pages’ of documents collected by Los Angeles police have not been handed to the defence even though Murray was charged in February.
Proceedings could be drawn out even longer over problems with choosing a jury.
Chernoff fears his client will not get a fair hearing in LA.
The doctor is next due in court on June 14, but his lawyer says he will push that hearing back to September.
"We are looking at the trial starting in about two years in September. We`ve got a huge load-3,500 pages-of evidence to go through. And we have witnesses to speak to all over the world who have had contact with Jackson over the years. To properly defend Conrad it`s gonna take time to get all of our stuff together," News of the World quoted Murray``s spokesman as saying.