Murray had appealed his manslaughter conviction by trying to argue that Jackson administered Propofol to himself when Murray left the room and accidentally overdosed. But, the California Court of Appeal has ruled that Murray’s theory goes against the evidence.
The judges noted that Murray’s fingerprints covered the Propofol bottle and that he acted like a guilty man when cops showed up by lying to them. They also zeroed in on Murray cleaning up the scene after the fact.
Even though Murray has served his sentence, a victorious appeal would’ve given him leverage to possibly regain his medical license.