Street Court (2009– )

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Follow Judge Mazz across America as he delivers justice at the scene.

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Eric Bright ...
 Himself - Bailiff
Monifa Fola Brown ...
 Herself - Bailiff (as Monifa Brown)
Yvette Clark ...
 Herself - Bailiff
Tami Evans ...
 Herself - Bailiff
Allyshia Hamilton ...
 Herself - Bailiff
Michael Mazzariello ...
 Himself - Judge
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Follow Judge Mazz across America as he delivers justice at the scene.

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Justice in your own backyard
2 February 2010 | by (east orange, new jersey) – See all my reviews

When I first heard of this show after they took Judge Karen off the air I was like what is this garbage. But after watching a few episodes I grown to enjoy it. Street Court is not your typical courtroom show. It brings the case outside where the situation of the case took place or where the judge and/or litigants feel comfortable. Judge Mazza is a pretty charming guy he's hip,compassionate,and ultimately fair. Anyone who doesn't bring proper documents to a case,suing a family over a little amount of money,and not making good decisions judge consider them to be a "huckalaro". Judge Mazza does has a sense of humor with the litigants which makes the show more interesting but always stick to the fact of the matter. I love his flexibility in this show. Now if the litigants starts to annoy him by giving him a runaround story he will give them a piece of his mind and then give his verdict. Most of all at the end of each case he states why he rules the case the way he did and give us his input. This is a good lesson to learn about the law,your rights,and the advantages of winning your case in a courtroom. No other courtroom show I seen has done that besides people's court. If you happen to own a DVR(digital video recorder) I recommend taping this show. You will find it entertaining and as well as being educated about the law.


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