With juror selection in the Phil Spector murder case well underway, there's one important question that Phil's potential fate-handlers must answer: Have you ever seen Harvey Levin's old show, "Celebrity Justice?"
Before they make their selections, both sides involved in the trial would like to know just how much potential jurors know about the sensational case. And with "CJ's" impeccable and thorough reporting of every single detail, it's easy to see why they would single-out that particular program in the juror questionnaire. Oh, and they also named just about every other show on TV and nearly every magazine in print.
The 18-page questionnaire, filled out by more than 100 prospective jurors, focused on the power of celebrities in Los Angeles, and whether they have an advantage over other defendants. It even included a category titled, "Attitudes about celebrities and high-profile people."
Spector is accused of shooting actress Lana Clarkson to death in his castle-like Alhambra home on February 3, 2003.