Murray is expected turn himself in at a courthouse near Los Angeles International Airport at 1:30 p.m. (4:30 p.m. ET).
Los Angeles County prosecutors have said criminal charges related to Jackson's death last summer would be filed Monday. Prosecutors have not said who would be charged or what the charges would be, but Murray's attorneys have said he expected to be charged.
Charges originally were expected to be filed last Friday, but they were delayed because prosecutors and Murray's chief defense lawyer, Ed Chernoff, failed to reach agreement on a surrender deal for the doctor, a law enforcement source with detailed knowledge of the talks said.
A surrender — in which a defendant turns himself in at a police station for booking — would allow the doctor to avoid being seen in public handcuffed and escorted by police.
Being seen in cuffs is the least of your worries, Doctor Murray.