Complete coverage of Spector’s trials
Music producer Phil Spector is on trial for the 2003 death of actress Lana Clarkson. Prosecutors allege Spector murdered Clarkson in his Alhambra mansion. Spector, famous for the “Wall of Sound,” denies killing Clarkson.
Prosecutors have portrayed the alleged misconduct as part of a larger effort by the experts to twist the evidence to the music producer’s benefit as they racked up huge bills.
Taking notes, they examine the spot where Lana Clarkson died six years ago.
Prosecutors allege the defense team manipulated the volume of a fountain during jurors’ visit to Phil Spector’s mansion in 2007. The judge may order the fountain turned off during the retrial visit.
After weeks of hearing from forensic experts, jurors listen to Lana Clarkson’s mother refute the defense’s contention that her daughter committed suicide.
Actress Lana Clarkson’s last hours with music legend Phil Spector are recalled in testimony.
Rock music producer Phil Spector, accused of killing actress Lana Clarkson in his Alhambra mansion last year, has been indicted on a murder charge by the Los Angeles County Grand Jury.
The producer, who told a British journalist, ‘I have devils inside me,’ was drinking again. Efforts on comeback album had fizzled.
In Alhambra, where quiet suburban living is a point of pride, Phil Spector and his hilltop castle were equally unknown.
Investigators try to piece together the record producer’s movements before woman was shot.
The record producer is taken into custody after actress’ body is found in his Alhambra mansion.