As of February 10, 2012 Dr. Conrad Murray could have practiced medicine in Texas, though he would have had to stay away from anesthetics.
Murray was restricted from prescribing heavy sedatives and anesthetics in the Lone Star state. Now the Texas Medical Board has suspended his license to practice medicine completely.
Murray was found guilty of killing Michael Jackson on November 7, 2011.
Murray is licensed to practice medicine in Texas, Nevada, and California. His license in California is also suspended. The Nevada State Medical board lists Murray's license as "Suspended NP-Active-Restricted."
Click here to read Texas Medical Board's order suspending Murray's license