Anthony Pellicano has some questions for the L.A. prosecutors looking to stick him — and some of Hollywood’s best-known lawyers — in prison for an alleged illegal wiretapping scheme.
Why, his lawyer, San Francisco solo Steven Gruel, asked in a Monday filing, is the lead FBI agent on his case registered as a private investigator?
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