This is about building a criminal case, not cause of death," lawyer says.
The odd array of evidence police collected from Michael Jacksons personal physicians clinic and storage unit shows authorities are trying to follow a trail of drugs and looking into the doctors record keeping as they attempt to unravel what led to the pop stars death.
Search warrants targeting Dr. Conrad Murrays Houston clinic and his storage unit mean authorities have moved into a full-fledged criminal investigation, looking toward the kind of court case they could build against the physician, legal experts said Friday.
This is no longer a cause of death investigation," said attorney Mark Geragos, who once represented Jackson. This is about building a criminal case."
Loyola University law professor Laurie Levenson said she expects to see search warrants served at more places associated with Murray and for investigators to be interviewing his employees.
I do think they believe theres high suspicion that he may be responsible for Jacksons death," she said.
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