LAS VEGAS (AP) - A lawyer for Michael Jackson's former personal physician says the doctor is returning to work at his Houston clinic.
Attorney Edward Chernoff told The Associated Press on Sunday that Dr. Conrad Murray will be at work Monday at his Armstrong Medical Clinic.
The 56-year-old Murray was at Jackson's bedside when the pop singer died June 25. Since then, Murray has been the focus of a Los Angeles police
homicide investigation. He hasn't been charged with a crime.
Chernoff says Murray has faced threats and hasn't been able to work since before police searched his Houston clinic July 22. Authorities also served warrants at Murray's home and office in Las Vegas, and properties in California.
Murray is a cardiologist licensed in Nevada, California and Texas.
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