Closing Arguments Set for Phil Spector Murder Trial – Again
The music producer's attorney insists the victim killed herself six years ago
Finally, it may all be coming to an end. On Wednesday, the jury in the long-gestating murder trial of Phil Spector is expected to begin deliberations after hearing closing arguments from the prosecution and defense.
On Tuesday, Spector’s attorney, Doron Weinberg, told the jury Clarkson killed herself, and presented 14 points of forensic evidence as proof, reports the Associated Press. The day before a prosecutor told the jury Spector was a “demonic maniac.”
Spector faces 15 years to life in prison if convicted, although the jury will be allowed to consider a lesser charge of involuntary manslaughter.
– Joey Bartolomeo