Phil Spector's Latest Mug Shot Is Haunting

Phil Spector is almost unrecognizable in his latest mug shot.

The ever-changing locks of the legendary music producer have long been the subject of speculation, especially during his lengthy trial.

Spector, 74, was sentenced in 2009 to 19 years to life for his second-degree murder conviction in the 2003 shooting of actress Lana Clarkson.

Phil Spector's Latest Hair Shocker

The mystery of Phil Spector’s hair has finally been solved.

Every time the producer would arrive at the courthouse to face charges of murdering actress Lana Clarkson, he seemed to have a different hairstyle. There was the electrifying afro in 2005 followed by a frizzy brown mop that was reminiscent of O.J. Simpson prosecutor Marcia Clark. By 2007, Spector channeled his inner Carol Brady with a short blond pageboy cut.

Phil Spector Sentenced to 19 Years-to-Life

From the wall of sound to prison walls.

Legendary record producer Phil Spector was sentenced Friday to 19 years to life for his second-degree murder conviction for shooting actress Lana Clarkson.

Spector, 69, who worked with The Ronettes, The Beatles, Cher and Ike and Tina Turner, was accused of shooting Clarkson, 40, in the mouth in the foyer of his castle-like home in the Los Angeles suburb of Alhambra. The Feb. 3, 2003, shooting occurred hours after the two met at the House of Blues nightclub, where Clarkson worked as a hostess.

Phil Spector Is Found Guilty in Retrial

Music producer Phil Spector got a replay – only this time it was a different tune.

The 68-year-old music legend has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson, who was slain at his mansion six years ago. In a retrial, the jury of six men and six women returned the verdict in a Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday afternoon.

Spector could face up to 15 years to life in prison.

Closing Arguments Set for Phil Spector Murder Trial – Again

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.

Mistrial Declared in Phil Spector Case

The judge has declared a mistrial in Phil Spector’s murder trial because the jury was deadlocked 10-2 and could not reach a verdict, it was announced Wednesday.

The Los Angeles jury had been deliberating for 12 days.

Jurors told Superior Court Judge Larry Paul Fidler they were split, but did not indicate which way they were leaning. Later, a court representative said 10 jurors had voted for guilty and two for not guilty. Fidler discharged the nine men and three women, thanking them for their service.

Witness Accuses Phil Spector Lawyer of Withholding Evidence

In a development straight out of Law & Order, prosecutors in the Phil Spector murder brought in a surprise witness Wednesday who said he saw a defense lawyer tamper with some gruesome evidence.

Greg Diamond, a former clerk for Spector’s onetime defense attorney Robert Shapiro, told the court that he saw lawyer Sara Caplan pick up a piece of tooth or fingernail at the crime scene the day after Lana Clarkson was killed at Spector’s Los Angeles home in 2003, Reuters reports.

Lawyer's Illness Stalls Phil Spector Trial

Jurors in the murder trial of music producer Phil Spector got the day off Monday after his lead defense attorney Bruce Cutler called in sick.

The nine-man, three-woman jury, along with the prosecution and defense, were already in court when Superior Court Judge Larry Paul Fidler said, “Mr. Cutler had to go the doctor today. We’re hoping it’s very minor but … we will not be able to proceed today.”

Opening Statements Begin in Phil Spector Trial

Opening statements in record producer Phil Spector’s murder trial began Wednesday, more than four years after actress Lana Clarkson was killed by a gunshot wound to the head inside his hilltop Los Angeles-area mansion.

Prosecutor Alan Jackson’s introductory remarks detailed the stories of five women who claimed they had been threatened in the past by Spector, who, Jackson said, was often under the influence of alcohol.

Phil Spector Threatened Ex-Girlfriend, Prosecutors Say

Prosecutors are trying to make a case that Phil Spector has a “long history of gun-related violence directed at women” and have asked a judge to allow testimony from an ex-girlfriend who alleges he pointed a gun at her head twice, the Associated Press reports.

Spector, 66, is charged with killing actress Lana Clarkson on Feb. 3, 2003. According to grand jury transcripts released in January 2005, Spector told police he’d shot Clarkson accidentally, though he later suggested she’d taken her own life. Spector has pleaded not guilty.