If nothing else comes out of the Phil Spector trial (say that rarist of rarities, a celebrity conviction), at least the chance of justice being served in cases involving famous people should increase. The judge’s ruling that Henry Lee, criminalist to the stars, recovered a piece of evidence that he failed to present to the prosecution could have far-reaching consequences. His reputation scarred, it will be easy for future prosecutors to impeach his credibility. Assuming Lee did act as he has been accused, one must wonder in what other ways he has obstructed justice in the past–could O.J. have been convicted? We’ll never know. And even if this is his first mistake, it’s a big one. The damage is most likely irreparable. Celebs will just have to find a new morally-challenged magician to keep them from paying their debts to society.