Jury reaches verdict in Phil Spector murder retrial

Long-awaited outcome to be announced today (April 13)

Jury reaches verdict in Phil Spector murder retrial
The jury in Phil Spector's murder retrial has announced that it has reached a verdict.

The Los Angeles Superior Court panel got to work early today (April 13) after taking the weekend off and a short day Friday, reports the Associated Press.

The court clerk announced that it will not read its verdict before 2:00 pm PST today.

The famed music producer is charged with murdering actress Lana Clarkson at his Los Angeles-area mansion in 2003.

Spector was originally tried in 2007, but the jury could not come to a unanimous verdict, which resulted in a mistrial and the subsequent retrial.

Stay tuned to NME.COM to find out the long-awaited verdict in Spector's murder retrial.

For more on Phil Spector's fall from grace, check our photo gallery.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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