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Conrad Murray might have his medical license suspended

by Nicole
January 11, 2011 at 3:52 pm

According to TMZ, the Medical Board of California plans to ask judge Pastor for the immediate suspension of the medical license authorizing Conrad Murray to exercise his profession if it is decided after the preliminary hearing that a trial should take place.

A lawyer representing the Medical Board is present in the courtroom and attends the debates. If the judge rules in favor of a trial, the lawyer will require that the physician be denied the right to practice. This is the third attempt by the Board, as the first two failed, and Murray was only banned from prescribing deep anesthetics.

Michael Jackson’s former doctor is fiercely defending his medical license and told the court that if he is denied the right to practice, he could no longer pay his lawyers.

In addition, such a decision in California could spark similar requests in other states where Conrad is authorized to exercise (Texas and Nevada).

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