Courtroom show that features famous attorney, Gloria Allred, in the judge's seat.
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...  Judge Gloria Allred / ... 260 episodes, 2011-2012
Brian Isom ...  Bailiff 260 episodes, 2011-2012
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Gloria Allred stars in her own courtroom series, where she takes her seat at the bench. Pulling from her nearly 40 years of experience in the legal field, Gloria dives into the often complex and serious facets of the cases brought before her. Each episode brings with it new cases and a new set of plaintiffs and defendants who must provide sufficient evidence to prove or disprove the complaints that have been brought forward. While both sides lay out their versions of the details surrounding their case, Allred questions and tests the weight of the litigants stories against the letter and spirit of the law. Ultimately, it is Judge Gloria Allred, through her wit and wisdom, who must make the final ruling before the courtroom. Written by Ian Scheil

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Fiction
22 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

This show is clearly fiction. At the end of the credits, it even admits that the events or people on the program are all fictional. The show seems to disguise this fact (unless you have a quick eye for the ending credits) and blends itself in with the other actual court shows.

In an attempt for better ratings, the show slumps to the level of the Jerry Springer show with ridiculous scenarios with a variety of unbelievable actors. They often use gay/trans-gendered characters to make the show more interesting. I find this to be quite a disgrace.It's also quite sad that a legitimate judge would slump so low as to get herself involved with such a program. If you can't get on the ranks of Judge Judy or the People's Court, you can't just make stuff up!


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