Phil Spector murder conviction in appeals court
BY LINDA DEUTSCH (AP Special Correspondent)
Originally Published: Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Updated: Tuesday, April 12, 2011
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A panel of three appellate judges gave lawyers on both sides a hostile reception Tuesday as they argued for and against motions to overturn the second-degree murder conviction of legendary music producer Phil Spector.
With his family and that of slain actress Lana Clarkson in the courtroom, Spector's appellate attorney, Dennis Riordan, insisted that a judge erred when he allowed prosecutors to show jurors a videotape from a hearing held outside the presence of Spector and the jury.
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..yikes...another appeal....i read he didn't show up to court....no wonder...they took away his 'do....
...seriously - i think he'll be locked away for a looooong time....
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