It took federal prosecutors more than two years to turn material from celebrity private eye Anthony Pellicano’s hard drive into wiretapping charges against top L.A. litigator Terry Christensen, the investigator himself and a bevy of other defendants.

The plaintiffs bar only needed about a week to translate those indictments into civil litigation against various parties linked to Pellicano’s widespread eavesdropping on Hollywood big shots.

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