A lawyer for Murray, who has repeatedly denied any wrong doing, said the physician will turn himself in if charged. "We are prepared for whatever occurs. We have time to meet and strategise for possible scenarios, but in reality we've had eight months to do that," the Mirror quoted attorney Ed Chernoff as saying.
Murray has been at the centre of the investigation probing the singer"s death on June 25 last year after he confessed administering the powerful sedative propofol to Jackson hours before his death. The Los Angeles County coroner ruled Jackson"s death as a homicide, concluding the King of Pop died from "acute propofol intoxication" combined with sedatives.