London (ANI): Michael Jackson"s former doctor who faced a charge of involuntary manslaughter has pleaded not guilty over the star"s death. Dr Conrad Murray was out on bail for 75,000 dollars after denying the charge of "unlawfully, and without malice, killing Michael Joseph Jackson" at a court in Los Angeles.
Judge Keith Schwartz allowed the medic to continue his practice but without the use of certain drugs. "You may not under any circumstances use any anaesthetic agents, specifically Propofol," the BBC quoted the judge as telling Murray.
"You are not to be using that, you're not to prescribe that, you're not to have it in any manner whatsoever... and you are not to give any other heavy sedative medications like that," he added.
The next hearing has been set for April 5.