LOS ANGELES (AP) - Prosecutors are expected Friday to play a police interview conducted with the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death.
In it, Dr. Conrad Murray lays out his version of events in the final hours of the singer's life. It details his treatments on Jackson, including his administration of the anesthetic propofol.
The more-than two hour interview has never been played in public before, nor has a transcript of its contents been released.
Court transcripts state prosecutors will call a Los Angeles police detective to introduce the interview, which was conducted two days after Jackson's June 25, 2009 death.
Murray has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter.