The LAPD has completed its homicide investigation into Michael Jackson's untimely death on June 25, 2009. Various media reports indicate Michael's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, will be criminally charged in his death. The case will be presented to the Los Angeles County District Attorney as soon as a date becomes available. Once the DA hears the case, the case will be presented to a grand jury to determine whether or not to indict Dr. Murray and on what charges. He faces possible charges ranging from homicide to involuntary manslaughter, to criminal negligence for Jackson's death. By his own admission, Murray left Jackson unattended while under the administration of propofol, and Murray administered the propofol after a number of doses of benzodiazepiens and an initial dose of propofol earlier in the night; the propofol was administered outside of a hospital or clinic setting and without the proper monitoring equipment. Murray admits he left the room where Jackson was unconscious.