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America's Court with Judge Ross 

A man sues his boss after getting injured on his lawnmower
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Kevin Ross Kevin Ross ...  Judge Ross / ... 494 episodes, 2010-2016
Bruce Thomas Bruce Thomas ...  Bailiff 492 episodes, 2010-2016
Michael Parlett ...  Quinn 263 episodes, 2010-2016
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A man sues his boss after getting injured on his lawnmower

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USA

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English

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2010 (USA) See more »

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$950,000 (estimated)
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Mono

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1.78 : 1
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Kevin A. Ross was removed from the bench in 2005 by the Commission on Judicial Performance (CJP), stating that he violated judicial canons pertaining to defendants' constitutional rights, public comments made on KCET, and his involvement in a television court show pilot. See more »

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Horrible Show. NOT A Judge!
1 February 2016 | by byzantiaSee all my reviews

Disgraced former judge pontificating abusively on cases that he knows minimally about. Just tried to watch one where he abused a guy for informing the roommates girlfriend her boyfriend was cheating on her. Ross starts berating the guy for telling, calling him names. Zero legal basis for his rulings. Nothing more than a lot of hot air.

The LA times reported "Ross had been privately sanctioned by the commission in February 2001 for abusing his authority and demeaning and humiliating defendants."

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"Ross had discussed a juvenile case pending in his courtroom on the "Life & Times Tonight" show on KCET-TV public television in 2001. The commission held that he improperly disclosed confidential information during the discussion and improperly commented on another pending case in 2002." Juvenile cases improperly disclosed on a TV show? Who does that? Oh. Right. This guy.

Unbelievably bad TV. I don't understand WHY this show still on the air? Ross is offensive and completely unwatchable. He was removed from the bench by the state of California. He shouldn't be judging a dog show. Get rid of him. Terrible show.


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