To the editor: Two things should be noted about fugitive Roman Polanski’s possible return. (“Roman Polanski's lawyer says the director should not face more prison time in 1977 sexual assault case,” March 20) First, Polanski was granted bail. He was released from custody on the condition that he...
After 40 years, Oscar-winning Roman Polanski must wait longer to learn if it's finally over.
Roman Polanski wants to return to America and visit his wife’s grave, but only if rape charges which have hung over his head for decades, are dropped. Polanski was married to Sharon Tate – one of the victim’s of Charles Manson’s cult...Show More Summary
A judge refused an immediate response to Roman Polanski's request to avoid jail time should he return to the U.S. for sentencing. [ more › ]
A judge said Monday he would issue a written ruling on whether fugitive filmmaker Roman Polanski can return to the US without fear of being jailed for having sex with a minor. The Oscar-winning director of "The Pianist" and "Chinatown"...Show More Summary
The hearing was the first time in seven years that a Los Angeles judge has considered Polanski’s case.
One of the more peculiar moments in a Monday hearing in the ongoing Roman Polanski criminal case came at the very beginning, when Polanski's lawyer, Harland Braun, acknowledged to Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Scott GordonShow More Summary
Convicted child rapist Roman Polanski could soon be back in Los Angeles. RadarOnline.com has learned a hearing is being held in Los Angeles Monday to determine if the famed director’s… READ ON
Notorious film director Roman Polanski wants to return to the United States almost 40 years after fleeing the country. A judge was scheduled to hear new arguments Monday in the 1977 sexual assault case against Polanski. The director said he wanted the case closed and put in the past for good....
It’s the first day of spring but nothing seemed to be blooming today for Roman Polanski in Los Angeles Superior Court as lawyers for the Oscar winner attempted to plant seeds that would see him return to the U.S. after 39-years on the...Show More Summary
A judge is scheduled to hear new arguments about why the Roman Polanski’s long-running underage sex case should be drawn to a close
Another chapter in the twisted legal saga of director Roman Polanski is expected to unfold in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom Monday morning. The legal team for Polanski — who has been a fugitive from U.S. justice for nearly four decades — has asked a judge to rule that their client has served...
EXCLUSIVE: "He forfeited his right to make requests of the court when he fled," said the Los Angeles District Attorney's office yesterday of Roman Polanski's latest attempt to ensure no jail time for the rape of a 13-year old girl in 1977. Show More Summary
We chat with the filmmaker about ghosting, working with Kristen Stewart, and his collaboration with Roman Polanski.
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Ten days before his lawyer squares off against the Los Angles County District Attorney's Office in a downtown hearing that could open the door to Roman Polanski returning the U.S., the director's legal representative today basically demanded the courts put up or shut up. “Mr. Show More Summary
The Oscar-winning director has not been to the U.S. in years due to his fugitive status in his child rape case, but he might be returning – TMZ Here’s what is next for the stars of The Vampire Diaries – Wetpaint Justin Bieber thinks everyone needs to just hug more – Just Jared Jr This [...]
Roman Polanski will come back to a California courtroom to face the judge over his fugitive status in his child rape case, but only if the judge says in advance that the director served his full time behind bars. Polanski's lawyer, Harland Braun,…
Roman Polanski is still facing legal trouble over a 1977 statutory rape case in which the director was charged with having ongoing sexual relations with Samantha Greimer, who was underage at the time. Polanski has expressed a desireShow More Summary
In February, we reported that famed director and admitted rapist Roman Polanski was trying to return to the U.S. after several decades on the run, but only if the Los Angeles courts would unseal a “secret transcript” that supposedlyShow More Summary