Jean Rosenbluth

former Federal Prosecutor

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Professor of Law at the University of Southern California; former prosecutor for the US Attorney's Office in Los Angeles

Jean Rosenbluth on KCRW

In the  re-trial  of music producer  Phil Spector , the jury today convicted him of second degree murder.

Phil Spector Found Guilty of Second Degree Murder

In the re-trial of music producer Phil Spector , the jury today convicted him of second degree murder.

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With the jury deadlocked 10 to 2, Judge Larry Paul Fidler has declared a  mistrial  in the  Phil Spector  trial.

Mistrial for Phil Spector

With the jury deadlocked 10 to 2, Judge Larry Paul Fidler has declared a mistrial in the Phil Spector trial.

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