California prosecutors filed court papers seeking to suspend the medical license of Dr. Conrad Murray, who was charged last month in the death of Michael Jackson.
When Murray was charged, the judge agreed he should be barred from administering anesthetics like the ones prosecutors said killed the pop star last year when he was in Murray's care.
But now, California Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown wants Murray to stop practicing medicine as part of the terms of his bail.
The move came the same day a source told The Times a security guard for Jackson informed Los Angeles police investigators that Murray collected vials of medication from the singer's bedroom before the guard called authorities the day Jackson died.
The guard's statements mark the latest allegations involving the final moments of Jackson's life and the actions of Murray, his personal physician, who has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the pop star's death.