How long does it take to become a judge?
AnswerYou have to be a lawyer for a few years, often seven...in some states there's an age barrier too, in Maryland you have to be thirty years old...
Other countries have different rules and regulations.
Thinking of the letter J!~ Today is Alphabet Thursday hosted by Jenny Matlock http://jennymatlock.blogspot.com. I at first was going to choose my son Jack, although that would have been a very good choice....my mind raced and all of a sudden, I had a double J!~ JUDGE JUDY!
Judge Judy is an American court show featuring former family court judge Judith Sheindlin arbitrating over small claims cases. The series is in first-run syndication and distributed by CBS Television Distribution, the successor company to its previous distributors Worldvision Enterprises, Paramount Domestic Television, and CBS Paramount Domestic Television.
Since premiering on September 16, 1996, Judge Judy has been the ratings leader in courtroom-themed reality-based shows. As of 2009, the Judge Judy program has been nominated twelve times for Daytime Emmy Awards. In January 2008, Judge Judy was extended through the 2012-13 season (the show's seventeenth).
The program earned Sheindlin a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which she was awarded in February 2006. Two DVDs have been released; the first in 2007 and the second the following year.
YOu either love her or you hate her!~ We happen to really like her. You see my oldest son Alex wants to be a judge someday. Oh and he would make a very good one at that, with his ever so righteous personality, and I can totally see him taking center stage making tough decisions, he has already demonstrated this sort of behavior at a young age. And he likes things his way, so I think he needs to be in the court of law too! I like her no BS kind of attitude. She runs a tight ship and tells it the way it is.....if you don't like it you can go to JAIL! well not really, but you know what I mean.
I can only imagine what she is getting ready to say here! I feel sorry for the fool who winds up in her courtroom, who was the no do gooder! If you have never watched Judge Judy, I would recommend it. Other court TV judges have come and gone....Judge Judy at the age of 67 is still going strong!~
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