Michael Jackson's embattled personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, who was charged with involuntary manslaughter Monday in connection with the death of his former patient, is planning on returning to his everyday life while awaiting his upcoming trial.
Confirming that it will soon be business as usual for the Texas based physician, Dr. Murray's spokesperson, Miranda Sevcik tells RadarOnline.com, "Dr. Murray is still in L.A. He is planning to leave to go back to work in a few days."
Dr. Murray posted his $75k bail amount, and slipped out of the courthouse late Monday afternoon, dodging the angry mob of Michael Jackson fans that greeted him with shouts of "murderer," and "justice for Michael" when he arrived at the courthouse.
Judge Keith Schwartz placed limitations on Dr. Murray's medical practice, explicitly telling Dr. Murray to not administer, prescribe or possess propofol. Judge Schwartz also told Dr. Murray he was not to heavily sedate anyone.
Dr. Murray's next court appearance will be on April 5th at which time a judge will set a date for the preliminary hearing.