Doctor Conrad Murray will not take a plea bargain in the case of Michael Jackson's death, suggest reports.
The late Black or White singer's personal physician is said to be adamant he did nothing wrong on the night of the singer's death and will not plead guilty to a lesser charge, according to TMZ.
Murray has already pleaded not guilty to the charge of involuntary manslaughter. A source told the website he is "confident" the same result will be reached at trial.
It has previously been reported by the website that Murray's defence will rest on a theory that Jackson killed himself by injecting a huge dose of Propofol.