Is Judge Judy real?
Judge Judy is a real judge. The cases are also real however they are re enacted with actors.
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Anthony Bosworth Sr. was sued by his ex-wife for false arrest and abuse of power.
She was appointed a criminal court judge judge in New York City in 1982 and then family court becoming the supervising family court judge in Manhattan in 1986. She retired in 1996. The Judge Judy show debuted in 1996. She is purported to be the highest paid TV celebrity. On her show she is style…d to look like a small claims court judge, while in fact being only a private arbitrator and not being licensed to practice law in California. The parties who appear to have their cases heard have mutually agreed to remove their claims from the state court system and have their case decided through binding arbitration by Judge Judy. (MORE)
30 million dollars Nah she is worth more than that. The last time I looked she was making $ 70,000 a day, with a $ 100 million 4-year contract. Do the math. But as to what a person is "worth," I am not clear on exactly what that means. it is easier to answer what she makes. Who knows what she sp…ends, what donations she makes, etc. And consider her husband's worth as well. (MORE)
Yes, she has a husband named Jerry Sheindlin. She's married to former People's Court judge Jerry Scheindlin. Prior to his time on the People's Court bench, Gerald Sheindlin served as a US Administrative Judge at the Social Security Administration in OH and NYC: from 1983 he served as a Criminal… Court Judge, and from 1986 as an Acting Supreme Court Judge in Bronx, NY until May 1999; he served on the "People's Court" bench from 1999 to 2001. In addition to being a judge, he also wrote a book and coauthored another. See the links below for some interesting information on some of the cases that came before him in court and the books he authored. (MORE)
She was a judge, but she retired. She is now a arbitrator, decidinglegal cases that otherwise might have been settled in Civil Court.Other than returning misappropriated property, litigants on her TVshow are not legally responsible for monetary awards she orders, asthese are paid by the show. Judge… Judy (Judith Scheindlin) retired from public service in 1996,after 14 years, presiding over 20,000 cases as a judge in New YorkCity. She is still a qualified attorney in the State of New York. (MORE)
From her deal with CBS, Judge Judy currently earns $47 million perseason from her TV show.
Judge Judy (Judith Scheindlin) retired from public service in 1996, after 14 years, presiding over 20,000 cases as a judge in New York City. She is still a qualified attorney in the State of New York. . However on the show she isn't officially a judge her official title would be an arbitrator. Basi…cally a private third party that has at least reasonable knowledge of the law and the parties agree for that person to hear and decide on their case and that the finding be legally binding. This happens in lots of cases however are not typically televised. as they are seen as faster and cheaper means of settlement. Also the government would not partake in a TV company to film in a real courtroom with a current presiding judge. (MORE)
I was on Judge Judy in 2005, and what happens is, they paid me$500.00 to appear on show, plus if you lose your case, the showpays your settlement. So for me, I lost, they paid the $1000 bail Iwas fighting, plus I got $500.00 dollars. It was cool but I wasscared of her yelling at me. ------- I was …on Judge Judy in 2009. Taping took half of the day, and theytreated you well while waiting. They edited much of the courtproceeding, but was all still the way it happened. Nothing wasedited to make it seem more than what it was. I was paid $100 to just show up. I was the defendent. Not sure howmuch the plaintiff received. I lost the show, and that was paid forby the producers. My airfare to LA as well as hotel was paid for bythe show. The bailiff is not as mean as he seems on the show. Hewas very easy to talk to, and took the time to meet everyone in thecourtroom. The audience that appears on tv is paid as well. There is analternate audience that viewers cannot see that sit behind a glasswall, off to the right of the set if you are looking at theplaintiff/defendant. That's why there is never a camera angle thatviews to that side. That audience is not paid, and have to obtain tickets well inadvance. Judge Judy is not present after tapings for autographs orpictures. (MORE)
Judge Judy is basically a famous judge. She is very popular, so that's why people watch Judge Judy.
Well when she is at her courthroom,she can not be nice to people.But when she is at home with her family,she laughs and has a great time with them
She has had two husbands, but three marriages due to divorcing and remarrying her second husband, Jerry Sheindlein. Together they raised five children, two from Judge Judy's first marriage and three from her husband's.
No Judge Judy was Not the first real judge on TV to try cases. There was the judge on the TV show; Divorce Court and the judge on the People's Court. Back in the 1950s, there were probably a lot of cheap shows, with real judges trying cases on TV, because the networks are always interested in progra…ms that don't cost a lot of money and bring in the ratings. I doubt if Judge Judy is even the first woman judge to have her own tv show. TV has been around since the end of the 1940s. There have been a lot of shows that have aired in the last 60 years. (MORE)
According to the annual (2013) salary survey published in TV Guide, Judge Judy is currently making as much as $45 million a year. This sounds amazing (or outrageous, if you don't like her show), but successful syndicated programs like hers are very lucrative and the hosts or stars tend to be very we…ll paid for their work. (MORE)
No. She is alive as of September 13, 2017. Judge Judy is currently74 years of age.
The Plaintiff and Defendant are just regular people needing answers. The people who get paid are the Judge and the police officer.
Judge Judith Sheindlin was born on. October 21st 1942 (age 66). in Broklyn, New York
She passed the bar exam and began practicing as an attorney in 1965. In 1972 she applied for and was appointed as a judge. See the related link below for a complete biography.
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People are not listed in the Fortune 500 list, companies are. People are listed in the Forbes 400 list and this woman's net worth does not come close to the threshold.
Born in Oct. 1942 in Brooklyn, New York to Murry Blum (Dentist) and Ethel Blum.
Is it a real show? lol..I sued the real kramer, Kenny Kramer on Judge Judy in California. I was paid airfare and costs to stay and go to L.A.. Our case as partially fixed. i was approached by a judge judy research person in nyc small claims court. i was told if i filed suit , it would be on judge ju…dy. Kenny Kramer was supposed to do a benefit for the non profit of my choice. he never did that. After the show I was snubbed and not even given a video tape. My suit brought the largest audience i was told of any Judge Judy show. I only got $3000 for expenses. (MORE)
"A Fifth Of Beethoven" The arrangement is similar to the original hit by Walter Murphy and The Big Apple Band.
OPINION: Yes, Judge Judy is remarkably fair, and the beauty of her "court" is that she is not constrained by legal rulings that limit and plague sitting judges from doing or saying what they'd really like to do or say. OPINION: Ditto! Sometimes she seems a little overly harsh to me but I know t…hat she really does get fed up with people repeating the same mistakes in life over and over. not just from the people who come to her TV program but also from her years spent in Family Court. I'm sure that it can be emotionally exhausting, but here she can express herself a little more freely. Or maybe she's just frustrated that the people who watch her show don't learn from it. I love her always patient bailiff also. (MORE)
Judge Judy was born on October 21, 1942. Her zodiac star sign is Libra (September 24 - October 23).
The ever patient, ever tolerant bailiff is Petri Hawkins-Byrd known as "the world's richest bailiff". Judge Judy calls him Byrd. See the link below for additional information on Mr. Byrd.
The production company reportedly pay each both the plaintiff and defendant $100 each for the apperance, plus flights and accomodation. In addition, the production company pays any judgments made (ie even if Judge Judy orders the defendant to pay $1000 to the plaintiff, the defendant doesn't actuall…y pay anything and the production company pays it). (MORE)
The approach that won't work for Judge Judy is lying, half truths, and not answering the question that she asked.
Judge Judy (Judith Scheindlin) retired from public service in 1996, after 14 years, presiding over 20,000 cases as a judge in New York City. She is still a qualified attorney in the State of New York.
yes well she's his step mother his mother died Megan cowell NO! Parents of Simon Cowell: Julie Brett (nÃ©e Josie Dalglish), is a former ballet dancer and socialite, and his father, Eric Selig Phillip Cowell.
If you win a settlement, the show pays you within 30 days. Bothplantiff and defendant are paid a per diem fee, airfare, andlodging, to appear on the show.
She is a well experienced judge who knows exactly what she wants. Judges are not there to toy around in lies and waste time trying to get acquainted with personal lives.
In part, she tries to run her TV show the way a real court would operate; testimony must be direct and in response to questions. This is far more strict (and realistic) than some other court shows on television, which permit litigants to tell long stories containing lots of irrelevant, unprovable de…tails, slander and doubletalk. Second, she uses intimidation as a tactic to get litigants to perjure themselves. Once she catches them in their own lies, she can make a ruling without having to dig into a lot of details. Finally, she really has little patience for fools, and none at all for crooks. In many cases, she has a pretty good idea of what the litigants were trying to do, by reading their complaints and police reports, before hearing their testimony. She has seen just about everything in her career and she understands human motivation, so she can tell if one or both of the litigants got into their situation by trying to do something illegal or underhanded. She will usually question individuals like that aggressively from the outset. (MORE)
For someone who is 70 years old, she looks fantastic. I would say "yes" she had a facelift and would love the name and phone number of her surgeon.
Now there's a picture. But no, Judge Judy (Judith Scheindlin) is married to Jerry Scheindlin , also a judge, who served on the New York Supreme Court and appeared as the judge on The People's Court for two years.
Judge Judy does not suffer fools easily. After she passed the New York bar exam, she became a corporate lawyer but after two years she felt that she could do more in her role as a lawyer. In 1972, she took a job as a prosecutor in family court, prosecuting juvenile crime, domestic violence, and c…hild abuse cases. After 10 years in that position, she was appointed a criminal court judge in 1982. She presided over every imaginable example of the worst in human behavior in 13 years, and 20,000 cases later she retired in 1996. That same year, her first book was published, Don't Pee On My Leg and Tell Me It's Raining . Every person that stands before her in 'Judge Judy's' court who is trying to fake her out, tell half the truth, make it up, stands out like a sore thumb in her eyes. I mention all of her bio info to show that she has heard it all; she knows instantly when they're peeing on her leg. She has a very low tolerance for those who are so ignorant to believe that they can get away with anything but the straight answers to her questions. But between you and me, I don't believe that she's quite as angry as she sounds because she doesn't have to hear any cases that she doesn't want to. I believe that she uses these cases and these people to educate the public when they think they're being entertained. (MORE)
Yes, they do. To bring a case into Judge Judy's court, you must sign a contract which is legal and binding.
Judge Judy's diamond stud earrings appear to be about 5-6 carats each. Based on color and clarity I think they are worth $100K-$120K for the pair. The larger the stone the more money per carat. Someone earlier had posted they were about 2-3 carats and figured $1000 a carat. That estimate is ludicrio…us. With Judge Judy's wealth I think $100,000 earrings sounds about right. (MORE)
Judge Judy, Judith Scheindlin, was highly respected while she served as a judge and came to national attention in February 1993, when she was profiled in the Los Angeles Times as a hard-hitting legal super-heroine, determined to make the courts work for the common good. That same year, the TV news m…agazine 60 Minutes did an episode about her. By the time she retired in 1996, after 10 years of practicing in New York City family court and 13 years as a judge hearing over 20,000 cases, she had also written her first book and was a nationally known figure. (MORE)
Judith Scheindlin, Judge Judy, was not 'bounced' from the bench. In 1996, after 10 years as prosecutor in New York City family court and 13 years as a judge hearing over 20,000 cases, Sheindlin retired. Judge Judy was highly respected while she served and came to national attention in February 1993,… when she was profiled in the Los Angeles Times as a hard-hitting legal super-heroine, determined to make the courts work for the common good. That same year, the TV news magazine 60 Minutes did an episode about her. By the time she retired she had also written her first book and was a nationally known figure. (MORE)
Judith Scheindlin of the 'Judge Judy' TV show is not the Judge Judy in court for DUI. It was Judge Judith Raub Eiler, a county court judge in Seattle, WA. Judge Eiler behaved aggressively at her hearing which earned her a five-day suspension without pay from the Washington State Supreme Court. The m…edia referred to Judge Eiler as 'Judge Judy' to get your attention. Judith Scheindlin, on the other hand, served on the Mothers Against Drunk Driving National Board of Advisors in 2001. (MORE)
"From what I have found, no, Judge Judy is not Aunt Judy. Judge Judy is an American judge who takes public cases on television. Aunt Judy is someone else."
Adam Levy is her son from her first marriage and is a prosecutor in upstate New York. Her daughter Nicole an attorney and is the head of Judy's foundation "Her Honor" in Westchester. Her son Gregory is also an attorney in New York.
According to what I have seen, between she and her husband, they have 5 children and 11 grandchildren.
Lying under oath is called perjury. Under US federal law, perjury is a felony and is punishable by up to 5 years in prison.
First, it's Judge Wapner not Judge Whopper. Secondly, she was/is?married to the second judge on "The people's court." Judge Wapnerwas the first.
In the Old Testament the giving and receiving of a sandal signified something significant, what?
Judge Judy has appeared on The People's Court, Jones and Jury, and Divorce Court. She has also been the guest on may other talk shows.
According to the intro of the show "The people are real, the casesare real, the rulings are final"
Yes, Judge Judy worked as a judge in the family court in New Yorkbefore her reality T.V show.
As of the 26th of September 2017, Judy Sheindlin, better known asJudge Judy, is still alive.