Los Angeles prosecutors announced they will file charges Monday in the death of Michael Jackson.
Report: Michael Jackson's doctor will not surrender to authorities Friday
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office did not say what charges would be filed or who would be charged. But attorneys for Jackson's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, said in a statement that they expected him to be charged Monday.Murray's lawyer, Ed Chernoff, told CNN late Thursday that Murray was willing "to surrender at any time." Murray's legal team canceled a news conference scheduled for Friday after prosecutors said they would not file charges until Monday.Murray has told police he gave Jackson a powerful anesthetic and sedatives prior to his June 25 death. He says he did not act negligently.