"There has been no specific request from officials for his presence. The District Attorney might have a plan, but they aren't telling us," the New York Daily News quoted her as saying. "But as we've said from the beginning, any time [law enforcement] want us at the courthouse, say the word and we'll cooperate. He's always planned to surrender if asked. He is in Los Angeles to meet with his legal team, take care of some family business and continue to cooperate with law enforcement," she added.
Meanwhile, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office and the Los Angeles Police Department have been working to build a case against Murray, but a well-placed source said no decision had been made. There's no decision from the DA's office," said an LAPD source.
Asked if a charge could come this week, the source added, "It could, but it's up to the DA." The source said detectives would then decide whether to arrest Dr. Murray or ask him to surrender. "We would discuss that after something is filed," the source said.