Dr. Conrad Murray on Suicide Watch in Jail
Dr. Conrad Murray was placed into handcuffs and taken out of the courtroom as a convicted felon on November 7, 2011 when the jury returned a guilty verdict. Now at the L.A. County Jail the doctor is on suicide watch - a very serious situation for him. People have been known to commit suicide while in police custody at various prisons throughout the United States but is Dr. Murray one of those individuals who will take his own life?
Sentencing will be held on November 29, 2011 for the convicted felon Dr. Conrad Murray. His ordeal from arrest to conviction lasted approximately 18 months and soon he will learn his future fate. Will he go to prison for the maximum penalty of 4 years? Or will he get jail time and probation? This is a question many reporters are asking and the answer will be publicized when he is sentenced later on this month.
Dr. Conrad Murray was placed on suicide watch at the L.A. County Jail on Monday, hours after he was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson's death and being taken into custody.
Immediately after the verdict, Murray was placed in handcuffs at the direction of the judge, to remain behind bars pending his Nov. 29 sentencing.