Police investigating Michael Jackson's death have requested a third interview with Dr. Conrad Murray, the physician present when the King of Pop died after suffering a sudden cardiac arrest June 25 in Los Angeles.
Medical records Murray kept, charting Jackson's history, will also be asked of him to provide, according to officials.
Ed Chernoff, Murray's lawyer, told RadarOnline.com his client has the same interests as the authorities in clearing up the Thriller star's cause of death. He said that while Murray has been a public target of scorn based on his role as Jackson's doctor when he died, he doesn't foresee any legal troubles for his client.
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"Based on Dr. Murray’s minute-by-minute and item-by-item description of Michael Jackson’s last days, he should not be a target of criminal charges," Chernoff told RadarOnline.com.