Conrad Murray 'In Tears' At Michael Jackson Trial
The doctor broke down after hearing evidence from character witnesses...
Michael Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray broke down in tears during his involuntary manslaughter trial yesterday, after hearing evidence from an ex-patient.
The physician - whose defence team have called several character witnesses to testify at the trial in Los Angeles - became emotional after Gerry Causey took to the stand.
Causey, who Murray treated for a heart attack eleven years ago, was the first character witness to be called by the defence.
The Utah resident described Murray as his best friend, stating: "I just don't think he did what he's been accused of."
Another past patient, Andrew Guest from Las Vegas, also testified, telling the court: "He makes sure you're okay, during the procedure, after the procedure. I'm alive today because of that man."
Earlier this week, MJ's former nurse revealed that the King of Pop "begged" for Propofol while in her care, claiming Jackson told her it was safe, as long as he was monitored.
Murray trial is expected to last for at least another three weeks, and if found guilty, he faces up to four years in jail.