Four years in prison for the doctor who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the overdose death of Michael Jackson.
Tuesday a judge sentenced Dr. Conrad Murray to the maximum possible term, denouncing him as a reckless physician whose actions were a disgrace to the medical profession. Murray sat quietly, with his hands crossed, as the judge chastised him for what he called a "horrific violation of trust" while caring for Jackson.
Members of Jackson’s family had told the judge that they weren't seeking revenge, but that they wanted the doctor to get a stiff sentence as a warning to others. Meantime, the four-year sentence could end up being cut at least in half because of jail overcrowding.