Charlie Sheen's Lawyers Won't Be in Court Tomorrow

Those expecting to witness the Charlie Sheen media circus invade the Santa Monica courthouse tomorrow morning will be disappointed.

Earlier today, after Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Jacqueline Connor denied Sheen attorney Marty Singer's request to issue an injunction to prevent the private mediation company JAMS from moving forward with the proceeding, Singer told us he'd be back in court tomorrow to ask for the same thing from Judge Allan Goodman, the jurist overseeing Sheen's $100 million lawsuit against Warner Bros. and Two and a Half Men producer Chuck Lorre.

Just one problem: Judge Goodman's courtroom is dark tomorrow, so no court in session.

Singer tells us he's still committed to asking the judge for an injunction to stop the private aribtration from proceeding until the state court rules on whether Sheen's case against Lorre and Warners should be consolidated. But unfortunately for Sheen-watchers, the key ruling impacting whether the actor's case will be heard in public or private is on hold for at least another day.