The doctor convicted of causing Michael Jackson's death has landed a new job in the medical business.
Conrad Murray spent nearly two years in jail on an involuntary manslaughter charge stemming from the death of his most famous patient in 2009. His medical licence was revoked in Texas and suspended in both California and Nevada.
However, he has now found a new position following his release from prison last year. Murray has been hired as a volunteer consultant by the Trinidad Ministry of Health, according to TMZ.
The website reports Murray will be advising heart surgeons and offering up his services for free.