Director Roman Polanski is finishing a film from his prison cell where he is fighting extradition charges for a 1977 sex charge.
Lawyers for the "Chinatown" director have issued a lengthy statement faulting the request for his extradition from Switzerland as incomplete and unfair, according to The Associated Press.
However, the lawyers said Wednesday that if the true and complete facts were presented to Swiss officials and they determined extradition was justified, Polanski would return to the United States to litigate his case.
It was the first time Polanski's lawyers have mentioned the possibility of Polanski returning voluntarily.
Polanski says he fled because of misconduct by a judge who said he would renege on the plea bargain.