LOS ANGELES (AP) - The doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death
is out on $75,000 bail after pleading not guilty to involuntary
The lawyer for Dr. Conrad Murray says his client -- who entered
his plea in Los Angeles -- plans to return to his medical practices
in Houston and Las Vegas while awaiting trial. Under terms of his
bail, he can travel around the country but had to turn in his
passport. California state officials say they plan to ask the court
to suspend his medical license while he's on bail.
Michael Jackson's parents and five siblings were in court as the
criminal complaint against Murray was read. If convicted, he could
get up to four years in prison. As he entered the courthouse,
several people shouted "murderer."
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