Now, Clark County Family Court is waiting for California to approve the proposed settlement. The Las Vegas District Attorney had come close to getting him arrested and his medical license suspended last October, as he was more than 13,000 dollars in arrears.
"We do want to keep an eye on him," the New York Daily News quoted Chief Deputy District Attorney Gerard Costantian as saying. He added: “I'm comforted that he's motivated to pay. Even if he gets his arrears wiped out in California, we could go ahead with the license suspension action if he falls more than two months behind. The goal is to get payments for the child."
Also, Murray may face charges for advising drugs to Jackson, which led to his death.