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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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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Kevin A. Ross had been privately sanctioned by the CJP in February 2001, for abusing his authority and demeaning and humiliating defendants while he was the sitting Judge in Superior Court of California. See more »

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Arrogant, unfair decider
10 June 2015 | by mlee_usaSee all my reviews

I cannot bring myself to call this guy a 'judge' because that he is not. He is unbelievably unfair in his ludicrous decisions and comes off as really arrogant and a show-off. When he hits that gavel it's a miracle the thing doesn't break apart from how hard he feels he has to hit it. This is a ridiculous waste of prime time television and should have been taken off the air the day after it first aired. In 2005, Ross was removed from the bench for unethical practices. Google it. In part, this is what the report says: Judge Kevin A. Ross -- the eighth California judge removed since 1995 -- was found to have "marketed himself as a judge in hopes that he then could leave the bench for a more lucrative career in television." The Commission on Judicial Performance also held that Ross had "trampled" on the rights of three defendants, including a woman he jailed for 2 1/2 days after tacking extra charges on to her case. Ross improperly commented on a pending case on a public television show and lied in hearings and documents relating to his disciplinary charges, the commission found.


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