It's been almost two weeks since unarmed teenager Michael Brown was shot by Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri.
While there are many conflicting reports of what occurred between the African-American teenager and the white officer, St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch recently said his office won't be done presenting evidence to a grand jury in the city until mid-October.
"We're not going to rush it through, and we're not going to leave anything out," McCulloch told CNN affiliate KMOV.
"They will have absolutely everything that there is, every piece of paper, every photograph, every bit of physical evidence, all the forensic information."
According to the Missouri state attorney general's office, this grand jury will be looking at two things.
Was a crime committed? And is there probable cause that Darren Wilson committed the crime?
The grand jury is only meeting once a week.
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