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Jury selected for Michael Jackson trial

CONTROVERSIAL: Dr Conrad Murray and Michael Jackson

A JURY has been selected for the trial of the doctor accused of killing Michael Jackson.

The team of seven men and five women will oversee the case against of Dr. Conrad Murray who is being charged involuntary manslaughter after he allegedly gave the 50-year-old muscian cocktails of prescription drugs before his death in June 2009.

LA paramedic, Richard Senneff, allegedly claimed that Murray lied about the severity of Jackson's medical condition when he arrived at the star's mansion.

Mr Senneff reportedly said that upon arrival, Murray said that the 50-year-old muscian did not have a "problem" and insisted that, "he was practising all night. I’m just treating him for dehydration."

The jury, whose occupations include mail carrier, college professor, and school bus driver, were selected after six hours of questioning by a judge, say reports.

Murray has decided to stick with his not guilty plea. He could face four years in prison and loss of his medical license if convicted.

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