The Los Angeles County D.A.s Office is bringing out the big guns following the conclusion of the investigation into the death of Michael Jackson.
RadarOnline.com can exclusively report that Patrick Dixon, the prosecutor that helped put the once great musical genius Phil Spector behind bars, is now going after the man many say is responsible for the death of another musical genius, Michael Jackson.
With the investigation into the death of Jackson officially concluded by the LAPD, it is expected that Dr. Conrad Murray, Jackson's personal physician, will be charged in the near future with involuntary manslaughter in connection with the superstar's untimely passing.
RadarOnline.com has learned that it is likely Dixon will be joined on the case by Alan Jackson, who also helped get the conviction in the high profile Spector murder case.
Dixon is Head Deputy District Attorney, and Alan Jackson is a Deputy District Attorney. Dixon is also head of the Major Crimes Unit. The two are known as legal pit bulls that will rest at nothing to put their man behind bars.
In an exclusive statement to RadarOnline.com, Sandi Gibbons, PIO for the D.A.s office says, "Pat Dixon is the head deputy of the Major Crimes Division. He assigns attorneys to cases. A deputy district attorney in the Major Crimes Division has been working with LAPD and coroner's office on the case."
Meanwhile, Dr. Conrad Murray has hired powerhouse Hollywood attorney, Michael Flanagan.
Flanagan tells RadarOnline.com, "I have been retained to represent Dr. Conrad Murray and Ed Chernoff is my co-counsel."
Flanagan said he had just been "hired this past week," and doesn't know what if any charges Dr. Murray will be facing.