Prosecutors are ready to charge Dr. Conrad Murray with involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson and the case could be filed as early as this week.
Jackson's embattled personal physician is very close to being charged following another top level meeting in the L.A. County District Attorney's Office last Friday.
Law enforcement sources called it "a big meeting."
Why is that significant? Because without everyone in agreement on what charges to file against Dr. Conrad Murray and what evidence to present, it won't happen.
Conrad Murray is the lone suspect in MJ's June 25 death.
But it looks like we're nearing that point, and involuntary manslaughter charges will be filed. It's just a matter of when, not if, according to sources close to the case.
The deputy D.A. assigned to the case, David Walgren, has all the LAPD's notes, and the D.A. could charge Murray even without having the case formally presented.
That could happen as early as this week.
The King of Pop's death was sad and brought to light a lot of unpleasant information, but one thing's for sure: Sunday's Grammy tribute would've made him proud.