Roger Rosen in 2007,
During the first Phil Spector murder trial.
Rosen appeared in a Brooklyn federal courtroom on Wednesday and agreed to give up his law practice and return $22,500.00 in client fees. Rosen made the deal to avoid prosecution on obstruction of justice charges. The New York Post reported:
Rosen asked the court to permit him to take a honeymoon abroad because he was married just five months ago.August 2nd, 2013
Roger Rosen, who represented Phil Spector in his first murder trial in the death of Lana Clarkson, has agreed to never practice law again in order to avoid federal obstruction of justice charges.
The New York Daily News reports:
Brooklyn, N.Y., federal prosecutors agreed to defer indicting Roger Rosen for obstructing justice because he is seriously ill, according to documents filed Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.