The world waits for the Jury Verdict to come in next week in the Dr. Conrad Murray Trial in the Involuntary Manslaughter charge in the death of Michael Jackson.
What is Dr. Murray and his lead defense attorney Edward Chernoff thinking and doing today, waiting for the jury to come back perhaps as early as tomorrow with a verdict.
Here is the jury instructions for you to read through and decide how tough is this going to be for this jury.Jury Instructions in the Dr. Conrad Murray Trial for the death of Michael Jackson (55)
Straight Talk with John J Nazarian guests tonight are Criminal Defense attorney Adam Braun, who has been both a prosecutor and now one of the top criminal attorneys in California. Adam Braun can tell us what the Deputy D. A. David Walgren and his team or doing and thinking today about the upcoming week. Braun can also tell us what it is like as a defense lawyer waiting for the verdict to come in and Braun can give us a pretty good guess as to what Dr. Conrad Murray is doing this weekend except for just praying.
Adam Braun will be joined by two retired homicide detectives who were also partners for a time with the L. A. P. D, Robert Jakucs and William Cox. They can share what the detectives are doing this weekend now that months and months of work is complete and it is just a waiting game at this point.
Adam H. Braun, Esq.
One of the best criminal defense lawyers in California. Braun is the Principal at Law Offices of Adam H. Braun and was a Federal Prosecutor at the United States Attorney’s Office for over 6 years. The Princeton University graduate represented Dr. Khristine Eroshevich during the lead up to the Anna Nicole Smith trial. Braun was the attorney for one of Anthony Pelicanno’s co-defendants. Braun comes from one of the highest profile families of brilliant criminal attorneys.
Robert A. Jakucs – Retired Homicide Detective of L.A.P.D
Robert A. Jakucs is a retired Los Angeles Police Department Detective with over 30-years of investigative experience. During his distinguished career with the L.A.P.D he worked such high-profile assignments as Homicide, Hollywood Vice, SWAT, Robberies, Burglaries, Complex Thefts, and gang-related shootings. He was a member of the Night Stalker Task Force that investigated the serial murderer Richard Ramirez. Robert Jakucs is also a consultant for national television specializing in private and police investigation issues and has appeared on the news shows Nightline, 20/20 and Inside Edition.
William Cox was a Los Angeles Police Detective who retired in 2007 after 32 years
William Cox worked in a variety of assignments including uniformed patrol, CRASH (gang detail) in South-Central and West Los Angeles areas. He also worked homicides for over 20 years and finished his career in Robbery-Homicide Division (RHD) which handles major cases including serial killers, multiple murders, media and high-profile cases, officer-involved shootings, and assaults and murders on police officers. He also worked the Rampart Corruption Task Force for two years. William Cox was also involved or handled several high-profile cases over the years including the Kimes (mother-son grifters who were responsible for 3 murders in LA, NY, and the Bahamas); the Goetz of the West case; the murder of the pregnant mother at LAX; plus several others.
William Cox has appeared on Investigative Discovery channel, 48 Hours, and E-entertainment. He is currently employed by the US State Dept. as a background investigator.
William Cox’s last case he worked on at RHD was a Chinese immigrant student attending USC who had gone to a frat party and had attempted to pull a gun and start shooting students. He was wrestled to the ground by other students who then called police. After a search warrant was served on the suspect’s apartment Cox and three other detectives were sent to NY City to investigate and attempt to identify approximately 20 persons he had targeted to possibly kill. (This incident occurred shortly after the mass murders at West Virginia Tech.) Cox was also working on a murder where a husband set his car and wife on fire on the Golden State Frwy. Cox had also been working (for the past four years) on a double homicide that had occurred in 2002 wherein two victims were killed in their car and their car set on fire. That murder was the story that 48 Hours has done and shown on television in February 2011.
With this combined years of experience this is a must tune in a listen and even ask a question of two as to what we should expect this coming week of the verdict watch for Dr. Conrad Murray.
Telephone lines are always open to call in, join in the discussion or ask questions of John and his guests, Adam Braun, Robert “Bob” Jakucs and William “Bill” Cox at 818-572-8030 long distances charges do apply.
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