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Michael Jackson Manslaughter Case Against Doc to Have 30 Witnesses

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Dec. 28 2010, Published 9:11 a.m. ET

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As the manslaughter case against Dr. Conrad Murray in the death of Michael Jackson gets underway with a preliminary hearing, a new report says the initial proceedings will feature around 30 witnesses over two weeks.

TMZ says there are around 30 witnesses to be called in the hearing, with prosecutors laying out their case against the doctor piece by piece. Their aim is to show that he was being reckless when he improperly administered Propofol and other drugs to MJ in June of 2009.

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The story cites sources who say medical experts and three Los Angeles Police Department detectives involved with the case will be witnesses for the prosecution.

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This case will also differ from normal manslaughter cases, as it will set out to prove that Dr. Murray committed homicide while treating a patient.

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