Michael Jackson homicide case to be presented to District Attorney ‘in weeks’

Investigation into singer's death almost complete

The homicide investigation into the death of Michael Jackson is almost complete and will be presented to the Los Angeles County District Attorney in three to four weeks, it has been claimed.

US celebrity news website TMZ.com, which first broke the news of Jackson‘s death in June, reports that law enforcement sources have said that Dr Conrad Murray remains the only person under investigation with regard to the case.

Medical experts are set to submit the results of their observations within three weeks, with the presentation to the District Attorney due a week later.

The source also explained that, should he be charged with a crime relating to the death, Murray would not be formally arrested before a charge was made.