Conrad Murray wants to be a doctor again.
Right ... that guy. The one who killed the world's most beloved entertainer.
Murray has less than two weeks left in prison. He is planning a "private" reunion with his family and preparing legal action to revive his medical career, lawyers told the New York Daily News.
Murray will leave a Los Angeles County lockup Oct. 28 and will focus initially on reconnecting with loved ones, said Valerie Wass, the California-based lawyer handling the appeal of his conviction for involuntary manslaughter.
"His home is with his girlfriend and their 4-year old son," Wass said Wednesday. "He hasn't decided yet where they're going to live when he gets out, but that is his first priority. He needs to spend some time readjusting to life as a free man."
He also really needs to dodge Michael Jackson fans.
The 60-year-old Murray was sentenced on Nov. 29, 2011, to four years in prison for providing Jackson the surgery-strength anesthetic on which he fatally overdosed two years earlier. Murray had his sentence essentially cut in half because of prison overcrowding. The Daily News said that, after some time "acclimating," Murray wants to tell his story and fight for the right to ... be a doctor again.
You thought I was going to say "party," didn't you?
"He definitely wants to practice medicine again, he's just not sure where that will be," Wass said.
Murray was a cardiologist who previously worked in Houston and held medical licenses in Texas, California, Hawaii and Nevada before his conviction.