The Jharkhand district Judge Uttam Anand, who was killed in July after being hit by an auto driver was intentionally hit, according to field investigation and analysis of forensic reports.
Sources said four separate forensic teams had been engaged by the CBI from across the country to study the evidence.
According to the sources the investigation is at the final stage, with the central agency now engaged in verifying forensic reports with the results of their investigation.
Brain mapping and a narco analysis, or a lie-detector test, of two accused was conducted in Gandhinagar in Gujarat.
The Jharkhand High Court had asked the CBI’s Joint Director supervising the probe to appear in the High Court today to provide an update.