Dr. Conrad Murray, the physician at the center of the homicide investigation into singer Michael Jackson's death, has resumed hispractice。
Murray returned home to Houston, Texas, and was treating patients at the Armstrong Clinic where he practiced medicine before leaving to become Jackson's personal physician in April。
"I'm taking my life back step by step, and I wanted to come home and this is my home," he told congregants Sunday at the Galilee Missionary Baptist Church in northwest Houston。
In a letter to CNN affiliate KPRC in Houston, Murray's lawyersaid the physician returned to work out of a financial necessity.Chernoff added that Murray planned to attend to patients in LasVegas as well, but the cost of reopening his clinic there was"prohibitive."
Jackson died on June 25 at his $100,000-a-month rented mansionin Holmby Hills. Murray was with him at the time and tried torevive him. Los Angeles police have not decided whether Murray willbe prosecuted in Jackson's death。