- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 8, 2010

LAS VEGAS (AP) - The physician criminally charged in the death of pop superstar Michael Jackson is keeping his Nevada medical license.

Deputy Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners chief Edward Cousineau told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Dr. Conrad Murray admitted to making inaccurate and incomplete statements to the board about being current on child support.

Murray received a reprimand and agreed to pay at least $3,700 in investigation costs. The board approved the agreement Friday.

Murray spokeswoman Miranda Sevcik says Murray believed he complied with reporting rules because he was negotiating payments with the mother of his son in California.

A Clark County prosecutor, Gerard Costantian, says the child support case in Nevada is now closed.

Murray has pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles to involuntary manslaughter in Jackson’s death.