A Columbus, Indiana, urologist accused of growing marijuana in his home will be allowed to resume his practice.
The state medical licensing board says Dr. Arnadlo Trabucco can work if he undergoes legal and ethical training and takes a psychological exam.
Trabucco and his wife, Pamela, still face a January 17th trial on charges of possession of marijuana.
The state suspended Trabucco's license indefinitely following the couple's arrest this spring. Police say they found marijuana growing equipment, 33 plants and bagged marijuana in the couple's home.
Evidence suggested that trabucco was using the marijuana to treat his wife, who suffers from several illnesses including a painful nerve infection.