Judge Judy Sheindlin, a former judge from New York, tackles actual, small claims cases with her no-nonsense attitude in which damages of no more than $5,000 can be awarded. Also by her side... See full summary »
Day by day, Maury and his producers invite guests to the show. The audience participates and put questions to the guests. This talk-show is different from many of its peers by handling ... See full summary »
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An early example of reality-based courtroom drama, "Divorce Court" presented cases where divorcing couples presented their stories before Judge Voltaire Perkins, who always rendered his ... See full summary »
Plaintiff Tony Tulloch, aka 'The Best Man" is suing the defendant Ryan Lanier for $350 for refusing to pay his part of the bill after partying at a swanky Miami Beach nightclub for their friend Matt's bachelor party.
Faith Jenkins has gone from Louisiana beauty queen to work as a tough New York City prosecutor. Now she is the judge in her own courtroom, ruling on small claims cases from landlord-tenant disputes to social media scuffles.
"Divorce Court" is a very funny court show. Judge Mablean Epriam and Baliff Joe are two people that warm up the show when divorced couples appear. It reminds me of people getting divorced in a courtroom. But this court room is full with laughter, sometimes emotional, argument, and plus loud, loud, mouths. This show has been on since '99 (The same year Mathis started) and it's still going strong to this day and the first few years, Judge Mablean wore glasses and now she doesn't wear glasses. I will never forget watching one show in which a man disguised himself as a woman. That show was hilarious. I encouraged you to watch Divorce Court. You'll love it. Check local listings for station and time in your area.
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