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LAist hasn't done much in the way of covering trials featuring celebrities or the pseudo-celebrity: do you care? If something interesting happens, like Corey Feldman goes on TV and actually says something relavent (and, just so you know, his 20/20 interview had none of that), of course we'll have something to say about it here but otherwise, well, we're just not that into it.

Unless, of course, you're just clamoring for it. So tell us: do you want daily coverage of Robert Blake and Michael Jackson or can we just wait for the made-for-tv movie? Regardless of the outcome, we do make this promise to you: we will always cover Tom Sizemore's appearances in court. At least with Sizemore we can learn something new, like how to not operate a wizzinator.