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It's already been months. Why not a few more days?
As of now, Michael Jackson physician Conrad Murray will not be arraigned tomorrow on a charge of involuntary manslaughter, a source tells E! News, because the L.A. County District Attorney's Office and the LAPD are at odds over the plan to let Murray surrender.
Apparently the cops didn't approve of letting Murray avoid being led away in handcuffs.
Still, a spokeswoman for Murray's attorney tells E! they still intend to go forward with the surrender plan put in place earlier today. Murray and his legal camp were planning to head to the police station for booking first thing Friday morning.
"We had an agreement with Deputy District Attorney David Walgren and we will adhere to it," Miranda Sevcik says. "We are planning to surrender Murray tomorrow and attend the 1:30 arraignment. If they changed their minds that's on them."
Reps for the D.A. and LAPD were not immediately available for comment.