After Six Months, Jury Deliberates Phil Spector Case
The jury is out in the Phil Spector murder trial. Six months of testimony, three days of closing arguments, with the prosecutor, as always, getting the last word (they get the last word because they have the burden of proof.)
This time around, the jury has the option of involuntary manslaughter as a lesser included offense, which carries up to four years.
The prosecutor apparently borrowed some Martha Moxley-style graphic tricks in his closing today, blowing up the photos of Lana Clarkson and five other women who claimed Spector waved a gun around them when drunk. He saved Clarkson's picture for last and yelled "Pow" when it appeared, simulating a gun going off. [More...]
|< PA Court Vacates Hundreds of Juvie Convictions | UK To Invesigate ex- Guantanamo Inmate's Torture Claim >|