Dr. Conrad Murray Prepares for His Surrender in MJ Homicide Case

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Feb. 3 2010, Published 5:26 a.m. ET

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Dr. Conrad Murray is ready to throw in the towel. He is planning to surrender to involuntary manslaughter charges in the Michael Jackson homicide case. Dr. Murray has been meeting with lawyers to prepare for his surrender in connection to the King of Pop's tragic death, TMZ reports.

The L.A. County District Attorney's Office has a criminal complaint drafted to file against Dr. Murray if he decides to surrender today, according to TMZ.

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The doctor, who has returned to his practice since his involvement in MJ's death, is currently in L.A. talking over his strategy with his legal team.

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At any point, Dr. Murray can be charged with involuntary manslaughter, a crime with a maximum sentencing of 4 years in prison. The D.A. could file criminal charges as early as this morning.

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