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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.
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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.
Judge Judy is the original and best--in part because she's wicked smart and also because she was sitting in family court in NYC when the rest of the TV judges were in grade school. None of the other TV judges can cross-examine (eviscerate) a witness as well as Judge Judy. Judge Milian (sp) is my second fave and there are a couple of the others (i.e., Judge Alex and Judge Toler) who are okay. But the rest of the TV judges are pretty lame. Either they don't know much law; or they are not smart enough and/or quick enough to make minced meat of the liars who come before them; or they lack sufficient personality (charisma?) to entertain; or they are essentially social workers wearing a black robe and sitting on a bench. Whatever the reason, we could do with fewer of them. That includes Judge Ross. Although he's easy on the eyes, it's painful to watch him discharge his judicial duties, such as they are. Most of the time, when he says "the gavel is going to come down in favor of...," I get the impression that he hasn't even made-up his mind yet. There's a pregnant, expectant pause that screams uncertainty. And his recitation and application of the law are on the light side. Perhaps that doesn't matter on TV. But, then, what's the point?
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