Marion "Suge" Knight has not made bail and will remain behind bars until prosecutors decide on charges after he was arrested following a fatal crash on Thursday, his attorney told ABC News.
The former rap mogul, whose bail was set at $2,025,000, was arrested over a fatal crash in Compton, Calif., authorities said.
Knight's attorney, James Blatt, said his client was behind the wheel during the accident, which killed one man, TV actor Trey Carter, 55, and injured another, Cle "Bone" Sloan.
Knight met with homicide detectives after authorities identified him as a person of interest in a hit-and-run case.
The District Attorney may get the case on Monday, Blatt added.
Blatt told ABC News that Knight did not realize he had hit anyone. He added that authorities are looking for witnesses and video of the incident.
“I hope they find both so Mr. Knight can be exonerated," he said.
According to a Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, witnesses identified the driver as Knight, and the vehicle involved in the incident was described as a red Ford F-150 Raptor, similar to Knight's vehicle.
Knight, who founded Death Row Records, was also shot at a pre-VMAs party hosted by Kanye West in 2005, and he was behind the wheel of the car in which rapper Tupac Shakur was fatally shot in 1996.
Death Row Records dominated the West Coast hip-hop scene of the early to mid-1990s, releasing albums such as Dr. Dre's "The Chronic" and helping to develop performers including Snoop Dogg.
ABC News' Ryan Owens, Lesley Messer and Geetika Rudra contributed to this story.