Pros and cons of courtroom television. Ex. Judge Judy, The People's Court, etc.
Pure garbage! Damn Judge Wopner for starting this cesspool of small screen toilet residue. Peace.
The pros is that you will get your case on TV and it is all free, no out of pocket expense for you now the con is that if the case go bad for you, you will be label, and the world will know your business, in most cases in the end they look like crap away!
The pro is people are entertaining and truth is stranger than fiction. I had a defendant pleading to a driving under the influence case wearing a T-shirt that said, "This one's for you" under a beer can.
The con is the wheels of justice grind slowly in reality and these shows make it seem so quick and easy.
I love Judge Judy. NO NO NO I would not to stand before her but she made court room drama enjoyable
by seanorjohn5 years ago
Besides in a court room, have you ever sworn on the bible. Have you ever done this to show you are speaking the truth or promising to do something.
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