White said that he has so far received a check for $11,000 for his time in court. He said that his usual rate for every day spent in court is about $3,500. He has been in court around 12 days, as both a spectator and as a witness, but said he would not be charging the defense this amount for the days he has been in court.
White is the last witness for Murray, who the prosecution blames for Jackson's death by giving him too much propofol and not properly monitoring Jackson while administering propofol.
The defense team contends that Murray was trying to wean Jackson off of propofol. They allege Jackson wanted propofol because he was suffering from insomnia brought on by withdrawal from the painkiller Demerol.
At the time of his death, Jackson was preparing for his "This is It" world tour, and exhaustion from that preparation also allegedly contributed to his insomnia.
Though it was originally believed that the case would be handed over to the jury for deliberations this week, ABC News has learned from sources close to the case that the trial may not go to the jury until next week.
Following White's cross-examination, there will likely be two days of rebuttal witnesses and then the judge has agreed to send the jury home to let prosecutors and defense prepare for closing arguments, which could push closing arguments to Monday.