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Judge deals Jackson doc 2 setbacks with rulings

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Conrad Murray & Michael Jackson

By AP Correspondent Linda Deutsch

A judge has dealt the doctor charged in Michael Jackson’s death two setbacks, bringing him a step closer to a trial that could end with him being sent to prison and also taking away his livelihood.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor on Tuesday told Dr. Conrad Murray that after listening to six days of testimony at a preliminary hearing, he thought there was enough evidence to support a possible finding of guilt at trial for the cardiologist to be convicted of involuntary manslaughter.

The ruling sets the stage for a high-profile trial that will examine all aspects of the pop star’s death and try to finally place responsibility for his demise at the age of 50.

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