Michael Jackson's former doctor, who is facing a manslaughter charge following the singer's death last June, has returned to work in Nevada.
Dr Conrad Murray was bailed for $75,000 (£48,000) after pleading not guilty to "unlawfully" killing the star, at a court in Los Angeles earlier this week.
If convicted he may face four years in jail. He is due back in court in April.
Dr Murray's lawyer, Edward Chernoff, has stressed the 56-year-old intends "to keep practising medicine".
Miranda Sevcik, a spokeswoman for Dr Murray and Mr Chernoff, said the doctor was making arrangements to work out of another physician's office in Las Vegas, having closed his own premises in the city last August.
"We're not sharing the location because the doctor's primary concern is for his patients' privacy," said Sevcik.
We'll make bail, we'll plead not guilty and we'll fight like hell
Lawyer Ed Chernoff, speaking in Los Angeles earlier this week
Under the terms of his bail, Dr Murray is allowed to continue to practise medicine, but cannot use certain drugs.