THE SUSPENSE was building in Phil Spector's murder trial, which entered its 10th day of jury deliberations on Monday. Apart from the record producer's innocence or guilt, there was also the question of what his hair would look like when the verdict is read. Spector, 67, has come to court in assorted wigs, some of which seem inspired by prominent athletes. If he gets off, the lucrative field of sports look-alikes beckons to help pay his legal bills.
This is an article from the Oct. 1, 2007 issue