Inside the courtroom on Monday, Judge Michael Pastor ordered the doctor to return to court on June 14 for a preliminary hearing. A the preliminary hearing, the judge will determine if there is enough evidence to require the doctor to stand trial.
Attorney General Jerry Brown is also seeking to revoke Dr. Murray's medical license, but that case is also pending trial until June. The doctor's Los Angeles criminal defense attorneys say that keeping his medical license is critical to his ability to pay for his defense. Yet, on condition of his $75,000 bail, the doctor has been ordered not to administer any anesthetic drugs.
Michael Jackson's doctor pleaded not guilty at his arraignment and has so far denied the accusations of providing the pop star with too much propofol, which is a powerful prescription sedative.
And while many Michael Jackson fans might still be angered by the singer's death, it's important to remember that the man's doctor may not necessarily responsible for the tragedy. In June, we'll hear more information from prosecutors about the details of the pop star's death and final moments of life.