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No Progress Made in MJ Manslaughter Case

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Apr. 5 2010, Published 11:56 a.m. ET

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Dr. Conrad Murray went to court today for the Michael Jackson manslaughter case. Dr. Murray faced MJ's family — Joe, Katherine, Janet, Randy, and Jermaine Jackson — in the courtroom presided over by Judge Michael Pastor. The judge was said to make a decision whether to yank Murray's medical license. What was today's verdict?

No decisions at this point —the judge declined to rule on whether or not Murray's medical license would be revoked, TMZ reports.

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Murray and the Jackson family is do back in court for a June 14 hearing.

The state Attorney General Jerry Brown did  bring up the issue of Murray's medical license; however, the judge dismissed the matter until the June hearing.

Murray appeared nervous in court, rocking back in forth in his chair, TMZ reports.

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He wore a black suit was heckled on his way in and out of  the courtroom by a few MJ fans.

He was escorted in by 10 officers and his lawyers, Ed Chernoff and J. Michael Flanagan.

An MJ fan gave his mother Katherine a few red roses. She sat with them on her lap in the courtroom.

She was very emotional and wiped away tears, as Janet rubber her back.

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