Celebrities are a lawless people, but when the law catches up with them, it's behoove them to dress for the occasion. Unfortunately, some don't see the difference between a courtroom and the ESPY's, Grammys, or the runway. KING-MAG.com has compiled a list of the most outlandish style icons in the history of criminal justice. Innocent or not for their crimes, these five famous faces are clearly in violation of decency laws.

Naomi Campbell - After being sentenced to five day's of community service at the New York Department of Sanitation, Campbell did her time in minks, hats that were anything but hard, f**ck me pumps, and even a silver evening gown. It was enough to make every real sanitation worker hate their job more than they already did.

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Michael Jackson - Chris Rock said it best: Michael Jackson's suits had shoulders pads that made him look like Captain Crunch. But when the King of Pop showed up to one court date in his pajamas, he pretty much told the court, "I eat Captain Crunch for breakfast, haters!"

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Phil Specter - If the uber rock producer wants to plead insanity, his lawyers should submit his hairdo as evidence. We're sure the prosecution would have no further questions.

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Shyne - The only thing worst than being caught at the scene of a crime wearing a skullcap and some black and white face paint, is going to the subsequent trial with a fitted cap as an accessory to a tailored suit. As if putting down "rapper" as an occupation doesn't say enough.

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Michael Irvin - No amount of Super Bowl rings can justify former Dallas Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin wearing a fur coat and sunglasses. Even if the trial was moved to a location outside of Texas during the sweltering summer and moved to somewhere cold, like say, the courtroom of Alaska, nothing screams "I do cocaine!" like a fur coat and sunglasses.--Jozen Cummings

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