No verdict against Jackson doctor after first day of deliberations
The first day of jury deliberations in the trial against Michael Jackson's doctor ended Friday without a verdict, with the 12 jurors scheduled to reconvene Monday, dpa reported.
Both sides came out firing during closing arguments on Thursday, with the prosecution alleging "overwhelming evidence" of Dr Conrad Murray's guilt and the defense saying that the late pop star was responsible for his own death.
Jackson died from an overdose of the drug propofol, a hospital anaesthetic that was meant to combat Jackson's insomnia, but instead gave him a lethal heart attack.
Murray faces four years in prison if convicted of involuntary manslaughter.