Trial to Begin on April 16, 2012 in Propofol Death Case

On April 16, 2012, our client is set for trial in another case involving the improper administration and monitoring of Propofol. Propofol is the drug that killed Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson’s personal physician, Conrad Murray, administered Propofol to Michael Jackson. Conrad Murray was convicted in a criminal trial for failing to monitor Jackson. Propofol is a general anesthetic. There are certain benefits to the use of the drug. For example, it is quick acting, leaves a patient amnestic, and does not cause nausea. However, Propofol is also known to cause respiratory problems and can lead to hypoxia, a condition in which the body is deprived of oxygen.