A Los Angeles judge Thursday ordered the deposition in Spector's civil case against his former attorney, Robert Shapiro, be handed over to prosecutors who are trying Spector for murder in the 2003 shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson, Court TV reports.
Spector, 66, has pleaded not guilty.
Spector was not in court Thursday as his new defense team unsuccessfully argued information in the sealed deposition was privileged and confidential.
Superior Court Judge Larry Fidler admitted there was "no smoking gun," but said some information contained in the deposition was "both discoverable and admissible" in relation to the trial.
Spector fired Shapiro in January 2004 and filed suit against him to try and get some of his $1 million retainer fee back. He withdrew the suit late last year.
Spector's murder trial is set to start April 24.
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