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The jury questionnaire in Dr. Conrad Murray’s involuntary manslaughter trial asks about prospective jurors’ knowledge of high-profile celebrity trials, whether they read entertainment news sites and much, much more.

Among the 113 questions on the form, obtained by TMZ

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  • Over the past several years, have you followed any publicized cases? (e.g., O.J. Simpson, Robert Blake, Phil Spector, Casey Anthony, etc).
  • Have you ever accessed or posted on any blogs concerning Michael Jackson and/or Conrad Murray?
  • Have you ever considered yourself a fan of Michael Jackson?
  • Did you ever watch This Is It?
  • Have you ever undergone a medical procedure that required an anesthetic?
  • Have you ever been prescribed medication by a friend who is a physician?
  • Has your physician ever refused to prescribe medication that you requested?
  • Has your life or the life of anyone close to you ever been affected by the behavior of someone who had a drug (prescription or other) or alcohol addiction?
  • Agree or disagree: Celebrities and high-profile people feel they are entitled to act however they please.
  • Agree or disagree: Celebrities and high-profile people in Los Angeles get away with crimes because of their status.

The questionnaire also lists potential witnesses – including Janet, Jermaine, Joe, La Toya, Katherine, Paris, Prince Michael, Blanket, Randy, Marlon, Tito and Rebbie Jackson – and inquires if the jury pool happens to know any of them.

Jury selection is underway as of this week.