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I have heard Judy interviewed and she is always thoughtful and articulate, so my main beef with DPOML is that its really just a page rant against the welfare and juvenile systems, written with minimal citations and at a 3rd grade level. She includes such gems as: You have 25 years experience in America's roughest courts. Hire a researcher and write a serious book with the facts. And while I'm on it, where is there a book about television courts? Surely there are some interesting legal situations here. After much searching, I was only able to turn up one academic paper, although it was packed with tidbits. Did you know that tv courts are technically arbitration? And the producers pay the awarded money, thus largely reducing the defendant's incentive to build a case? And what are the legal ramifications of these "judgments" anyway? So much potential here! As mentioned in my update,I absolutely love Judge Judy. I record her show religiously everyday,the way she handles cases are amusing and tough. Needless to say,I looked forward reading this,but what I got was a huge disappointment. The writing style was disjointed and forced,I felt like the writer badly prepared a manuscript. Also it lacks the humor that Judy has,it was extremely tedious to read through the consistency and subject matters. Love Judge Judy,but this book was not for me. I will cont As mentioned in my update,I absolutely love Judge Judy. I will continue to watch her,but don't have interest reading more of her books. Two stars cause I love the person, but that's about it. Jan 07, Mary rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This book intrigued me since Megyn Kelly said that it was one of the best books that she had ever read, so I thought I would check it out for myself. So far this book is just like Judge Judy; straight forward, honest and oh so refreshing. Think of every social problem you can that affects America's disintegrating familes -- welfare abuse, juvenile violence, abandoned or abused children, ugly custod This book intrigued me since Megyn Kelly said that it was one of the best books that she had ever read, so I thought I would check it out for myself. Think of every social problem you can that affects America's disintegrating familes -- welfare abuse, juvenile violence, abandoned or abused children, ugly custody fights -- and you have just begun to scratch the surface of what parades through my court. They are a mirror of what has gone wrong in America, a reflection of how far we have strayed from personal responsibility and old fashioned discipline. Judge Judy has commonsense answers and solutions to civil, criminal and social justice issues. She blends humor and her vast experience with the US judicial system into one infinitely readable book. Mar 02, Dawn Livingston rated it did not like it. I agreed with her views on some of the problems in society and wanted to hear more of what she had to say. Unfortunately, her examples made me want to buy more locks for my doors to protect myself from the people in her examples that had done horrible things then gotten off without punishment or minimal punishment. And never leave my house. On top of that, all the things she details as being issues seem so major that improving them seems impossible and therefore makes things seem so bleak. Her s I agreed with her views on some of the problems in society and wanted to hear more of what she had to say. Her suggestions on improvements sound so reasonable that you know they'll never be implemented or implemented successfully. We live in an insane world which I kind of knew, just not how insane. I didn't need to know. Excuse me, I need to go make sure my doors are locked. May 24, Kathleen rated it it was ok Shelves: It's easy to laugh at the TV show and the various cases on the TV show are mainly harmless complaining. However, it was tough for me to read this book since I felt as if I was alone with the judge and having the judge explain gruesome case after gruesome case. It was tough for me to stomach. It was a relief to put the book down and just move on to another lighter book. You would have to be a callous person to not feel anything w I enjoy watching the show "Judge Judy" on TV, and I find it amusing. You would have to be a callous person to not feel anything while reading this book. I did not find this book funny at all, and I'm surprised to see people put this book under the shelf of "humor. Jun 25, Kristie rated it it was amazing. Wow - who knew that I would love a book written 15 years ago by Judge Judy? She nails so many social issues right on the head. I wonder why many of these problems haven't been resolved with her suggestions after fifteen years? I think it should be required reading for all high school students. Charity for the needy - all others get a Wow - who knew that I would love a book written 15 years ago by Judge Judy? Charity for the needy - all others get a job!!! Just lots of great ideas!!! Check out my full review here: First of all, it's important to get something out of the way: I love how feisty she is and how she takes no crap from anybody, and 9. I was hoping for a personal-development-book-with-bite when I got my hands on this, perhaps her others are more suited to that purpose, because this is a non-academic critique of the legal system, written for the lay person. As it was released in , some of the content is a little dated, but I was surprised by how many of the overarching values still hold true. I would love a more academic text by Judy, as well as up-to-date revisions of her books — 20 years is a long time for views and opinions to change and develop. Jun 03, Bunny rated it liked it Shelves: I do adore me some Judge Judy. It's unhealthy how much I love her. I never. She scares me. This book was written in '95, but really, she could've written it today. The complaints she makes about the justice system are still extremely alive and well today. While some of her 'tips' for fixing the problem drag on, they're written in a style that is truly Judge Judy, and I think that's what made reading it all the more interesting. Her real life stories I do adore me some Judge Judy. Her real life stories of cases she's seen were disturbing, and I winced quite a few times. The stories involving children are always hard, even the ones that she used to show that the law needs to be tougher on young offenders. I agree, but it doesn't make it any easier to read about young kids doing unspeakable acts to each other and other people. A quick read that was worth it. Aug 15, Matthew rated it it was amazing. I didn't expect to enjoy this book so much. I kept turning to my wife and saying, "If Judge Judy ran for president, she'd have my vote quicker than these other candidates we're seeing! The book describes the horrors of the broken welfare system, and the broken foster care system, and offers potential fi I didn't expect to enjoy this book so much. The book describes the horrors of the broken welfare system, and the broken foster care system, and offers potential fixes. It's hard to disagree with her points. This book came out in but it still seems relevant. Apr 03, Simon rated it it was amazing. I have a lot of respect for Judge Judy after reading this book before, it was just "oh, that American reality show woman"? After two decades as the presiding judge on one of New York's Family Courts, Judge Judy is well-placed to offer a critique of the failure of the American system with regards to her field. And what a devastating opinion it is; extremely authoritative and peppered with stories that will break your heart. I should say that I moved a few notches rightward after reading this book I have a lot of respect for Judge Judy after reading this book before, it was just "oh, that American reality show woman"? I should say that I moved a few notches rightward after reading this book. Jan 29, Christen rated it did not like it. Jan 20, Jim rated it it was ok. Judge Judy She sounds like, before she was on TV, that she wouldn't always do the popular thing. She tried to do more of the right thing, to her way of thinking. I think it's okay to make people more accountable for their action. I just hope I don't get caught! Jul 03, Lisa rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was more chilling than anything I've read recently. No wonder our society is so screwed up! Too bad we don't have more straight shooting judges Judge Judy that would stand up for what is right! Judge Judy for president!!!!! Feb 03, Lee rated it it was ok Shelves: I was so disappointed in this book. I love the outspoken, pro-responsibility attitude of Judge Judy, but found her feisty personality too muted in print. The storyline became merely repetitive and boring. Nov 23, Rebekah rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Certainly challenging, but not in the right ways. Judge Judy was a popular morning watch in my young adulthood. She is no nonsense, but also gives out common sense advice to seemingly dimwitted people. Judy gives the impression that whatever situation arises she could sort it out in 5 minutes. I was interested to read this book as I thought it would be a measured and researched opinion of the years she spent on the front line of family court in the Bronx. However what I got was a gimmick, one lin Certainly challenging, but not in the right ways. However what I got was a gimmick, one liner filled bargain bin book. Which is a deep disappointment. It seems like it was either ghost written or Judy isn't of the caliber of common sense we all thought she was. I respect her bravery in being blunt. However as a white, rich woman, she didn't have a lot to lose by writing her views in the first place. I would respect her views a lot more if they were backed up by research. She makes broad statements without backing them up with reliable research or facts. There seems to be little compassion or empathy in her views. I understand compassion fatigue all too well in my own profession Nursing , however Judy doesn't seem to think there is any excuse and uses her own upbringing as the basis for this. The title comes from a response her father made to her achieving failing grades at College. However Judy hasn't, or seems to not have, experienced physical or sexual abuse. She hasn't lived in extreme poverty or in a community dominanted by gang violence. She lacks any compassion for people who has experienced these things..

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This book intrigued me since Megyn Kelly said that it was one of the best books that she had ever read, so I thought I would check it out for myself. So far this book is just like Judge Judy; straight forward, honest and oh so refreshing. Think of every social problem you can that affects America's disintegrating familes -- welfare abuse, juvenile violence, abandoned or abused children, ugly custod This book intrigued me since Megyn Kelly said that it was one of the best books that she had ever read, so I thought I would check it out for myself. Think of every social problem you can that affects America's disintegrating familes -- welfare abuse, juvenile violence, abandoned or abused children, ugly custody fights -- and you have just begun to scratch the surface of what parades through my court. They are a mirror of what has gone wrong in America, a reflection of how far we have strayed from personal responsibility and old fashioned discipline. Judge Judy has commonsense answers and solutions to civil, criminal and social justice issues. She blends humor and her vast experience with the US judicial system into one infinitely readable book. Mar 02, Dawn Livingston rated it did not like it. I agreed with her views on some of the problems in society and wanted to hear more of what she had to say. Unfortunately, her examples made me want to buy more locks for my doors to protect myself from the people in her examples that had done horrible things then gotten off without punishment or minimal punishment. And never leave my house. On top of that, all the things she details as being issues seem so major that improving them seems impossible and therefore makes things seem so bleak. Her s I agreed with her views on some of the problems in society and wanted to hear more of what she had to say. Her suggestions on improvements sound so reasonable that you know they'll never be implemented or implemented successfully. We live in an insane world which I kind of knew, just not how insane. I didn't need to know. Excuse me, I need to go make sure my doors are locked. May 24, Kathleen rated it it was ok Shelves: It's easy to laugh at the TV show and the various cases on the TV show are mainly harmless complaining. However, it was tough for me to read this book since I felt as if I was alone with the judge and having the judge explain gruesome case after gruesome case. It was tough for me to stomach. It was a relief to put the book down and just move on to another lighter book. You would have to be a callous person to not feel anything w I enjoy watching the show "Judge Judy" on TV, and I find it amusing. You would have to be a callous person to not feel anything while reading this book. I did not find this book funny at all, and I'm surprised to see people put this book under the shelf of "humor. Jun 25, Kristie rated it it was amazing. Wow - who knew that I would love a book written 15 years ago by Judge Judy? She nails so many social issues right on the head. I wonder why many of these problems haven't been resolved with her suggestions after fifteen years? I think it should be required reading for all high school students. Charity for the needy - all others get a Wow - who knew that I would love a book written 15 years ago by Judge Judy? Charity for the needy - all others get a job!!! Just lots of great ideas!!! Check out my full review here: First of all, it's important to get something out of the way: I love how feisty she is and how she takes no crap from anybody, and 9. I was hoping for a personal-development-book-with-bite when I got my hands on this, perhaps her others are more suited to that purpose, because this is a non-academic critique of the legal system, written for the lay person. As it was released in , some of the content is a little dated, but I was surprised by how many of the overarching values still hold true. I would love a more academic text by Judy, as well as up-to-date revisions of her books — 20 years is a long time for views and opinions to change and develop. Jun 03, Bunny rated it liked it Shelves: I do adore me some Judge Judy. It's unhealthy how much I love her. I never. She scares me. This book was written in '95, but really, she could've written it today. The complaints she makes about the justice system are still extremely alive and well today. While some of her 'tips' for fixing the problem drag on, they're written in a style that is truly Judge Judy, and I think that's what made reading it all the more interesting. Her real life stories I do adore me some Judge Judy. Her real life stories of cases she's seen were disturbing, and I winced quite a few times. The stories involving children are always hard, even the ones that she used to show that the law needs to be tougher on young offenders. I agree, but it doesn't make it any easier to read about young kids doing unspeakable acts to each other and other people. A quick read that was worth it. Aug 15, Matthew rated it it was amazing. I didn't expect to enjoy this book so much. I kept turning to my wife and saying, "If Judge Judy ran for president, she'd have my vote quicker than these other candidates we're seeing! The book describes the horrors of the broken welfare system, and the broken foster care system, and offers potential fi I didn't expect to enjoy this book so much. The book describes the horrors of the broken welfare system, and the broken foster care system, and offers potential fixes. It's hard to disagree with her points. This book came out in but it still seems relevant. Apr 03, Simon rated it it was amazing. I have a lot of respect for Judge Judy after reading this book before, it was just "oh, that American reality show woman"? After two decades as the presiding judge on one of New York's Family Courts, Judge Judy is well-placed to offer a critique of the failure of the American system with regards to her field. And what a devastating opinion it is; extremely authoritative and peppered with stories that will break your heart. I should say that I moved a few notches rightward after reading this book I have a lot of respect for Judge Judy after reading this book before, it was just "oh, that American reality show woman"? I should say that I moved a few notches rightward after reading this book. Jan 29, Christen rated it did not like it. Jan 20, Jim rated it it was ok. Judge Judy She sounds like, before she was on TV, that she wouldn't always do the popular thing. She tried to do more of the right thing, to her way of thinking. I think it's okay to make people more accountable for their action. I just hope I don't get caught! Jul 03, Lisa rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was more chilling than anything I've read recently. No wonder our society is so screwed up! Too bad we don't have more straight shooting judges Judge Judy that would stand up for what is right! Judge Judy for president!!!!! Feb 03, Lee rated it it was ok Shelves: I was so disappointed in this book. I love the outspoken, pro-responsibility attitude of Judge Judy, but found her feisty personality too muted in print. The storyline became merely repetitive and boring. Nov 23, Rebekah rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Certainly challenging, but not in the right ways. Judge Judy was a popular morning watch in my young adulthood. She is no nonsense, but also gives out common sense advice to seemingly dimwitted people. Judy gives the impression that whatever situation arises she could sort it out in 5 minutes. I was interested to read this book as I thought it would be a measured and researched opinion of the years she spent on the front line of family court in the Bronx. However what I got was a gimmick, one lin Certainly challenging, but not in the right ways. However what I got was a gimmick, one liner filled bargain bin book. Which is a deep disappointment. It seems like it was either ghost written or Judy isn't of the caliber of common sense we all thought she was. I respect her bravery in being blunt. However as a white, rich woman, she didn't have a lot to lose by writing her views in the first place. I would respect her views a lot more if they were backed up by research. She makes broad statements without backing them up with reliable research or facts. There seems to be little compassion or empathy in her views. I understand compassion fatigue all too well in my own profession Nursing , however Judy doesn't seem to think there is any excuse and uses her own upbringing as the basis for this. The title comes from a response her father made to her achieving failing grades at College. However Judy hasn't, or seems to not have, experienced physical or sexual abuse. She hasn't lived in extreme poverty or in a community dominanted by gang violence. She lacks any compassion for people who has experienced these things. She has her opinions and experience of course, but she is in a position of entitlement and doesn't have any understanding of that position. I wish this was a better book and I think Judy was capable of writing a better book. This book sounds like someone's aunt after too many glasses wine ranting about the 'ethnics'. Dec 15, Jasmine Williams rated it it was ok. Judge Judy made some good points about the welfare of children and the unaddressed flaws of the justice system. Her ideas of crime reduction and getting out of poverty she gave were so silly and simple-minded, which was surprising coming Judge Judy made some good points about the welfare of children and the unaddressed flaws of the justice system. As a criminal justice major, I was disappointed. Nov 28, Lynn rated it liked it. Just as true now as it was in We have become a society of infantilized "victims" - with no personal responsibility. She has some good suggestions for change, but the book is mostly anecdotes of her cases to illustrate flaws in the sentencing, welfare, and foster care systems. Her views and opinions resonate with me - but I don't see a solution - the liberals and apologists have been entrenched for far too long. I wouldn't call this an enjoyable read, Just as true now as it was in I wouldn't call this an enjoyable read, rather one that is both thought-provoking and depressing. Jan 25, Lori Bain rated it liked it. While I enjoy and respect Judge Sheindlin's common sense, no-holds-barred approach to the legal and social ills that ravage our country and pockets, she does tend to go a little too far right sometimes. On the other hand, she makes some cogent points about ways in which the judiciary, prisons, and social services can all be cleaned up, straightened out, and leave the taxpayers in our country paying for less in all of these ways. Feb 10, Sam Weaver rated it did not like it. Highly problematic, egregiously classist, occasionally racist, surprisingly antifeminist, willfully ignorant of social justice, often self-contradictory, poorly argued, and mind-numbingly repetitive in structure and tone. She does make a decent point about birth control on page Jan 11, Andrew rated it liked it Shelves: Aug 06, Elizabeth rated it it was ok. Luckily a quick read but not what you would expect from watching Judge Judy on tv..

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I think we all know our share of people who can use a good hearing from Judge Judy in her courtroom! It was very frustrating to read so many of the same receptive stories of people that abuse our legal system and how some of our laws are taken as jokes. I seriously would wish she would run for president I think she would change so many things for us hard working people who are sick of lazy people abusing the system. It does not require the government to provide that opportunity. Beyond creating an atmosphere - legal and social- that enables people to grow, no one is owed anything! View all 4 comments. Jan 23, Kelly Moore rated it really liked it. What a read! I am such a big fan of Judge Judy, I have been for years. She is a tell it as it is woman, and I fully admire that. In this book, she tells you about several cases that she has had to deal with in court and how our system is failing itself, as well as our country. I fully understand that this is a personal issue. I see all children as blessings, plan Whew! I see all children as blessings, planned or not. I have recently purchased her other books, and will read them as soon as they arrive. I highly recommend this book! Aug 26, Andrea rated it liked it. I remember when Judge Judy came on TV back in the 90s. And maybe I was right. But recently I saw her show and really, how can you hate on someone who makes a living screaming at deadbeats to take some personal responsibility? How many times in a day do you wish you could do that? I have heard Judy interviewed and she is always thoughtful and articulate, so my main beef with DPOML is that its really just a page rant against the welfare and juvenile systems, written with minimal citations and at a 3rd grade level. She includes such gems as: You have 25 years experience in America's roughest courts. Hire a researcher and write a serious book with the facts. And while I'm on it, where is there a book about television courts? Surely there are some interesting legal situations here. After much searching, I was only able to turn up one academic paper, although it was packed with tidbits. Did you know that tv courts are technically arbitration? And the producers pay the awarded money, thus largely reducing the defendant's incentive to build a case? And what are the legal ramifications of these "judgments" anyway? So much potential here! As mentioned in my update,I absolutely love Judge Judy. I record her show religiously everyday,the way she handles cases are amusing and tough. Needless to say,I looked forward reading this,but what I got was a huge disappointment. The writing style was disjointed and forced,I felt like the writer badly prepared a manuscript. Also it lacks the humor that Judy has,it was extremely tedious to read through the consistency and subject matters. Love Judge Judy,but this book was not for me. I will cont As mentioned in my update,I absolutely love Judge Judy. I will continue to watch her,but don't have interest reading more of her books. Two stars cause I love the person, but that's about it. Jan 07, Mary rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This book intrigued me since Megyn Kelly said that it was one of the best books that she had ever read, so I thought I would check it out for myself. So far this book is just like Judge Judy; straight forward, honest and oh so refreshing. Think of every social problem you can that affects America's disintegrating familes -- welfare abuse, juvenile violence, abandoned or abused children, ugly custod This book intrigued me since Megyn Kelly said that it was one of the best books that she had ever read, so I thought I would check it out for myself. Think of every social problem you can that affects America's disintegrating familes -- welfare abuse, juvenile violence, abandoned or abused children, ugly custody fights -- and you have just begun to scratch the surface of what parades through my court. They are a mirror of what has gone wrong in America, a reflection of how far we have strayed from personal responsibility and old fashioned discipline. Judge Judy has commonsense answers and solutions to civil, criminal and social justice issues. She blends humor and her vast experience with the US judicial system into one infinitely readable book. Mar 02, Dawn Livingston rated it did not like it. I agreed with her views on some of the problems in society and wanted to hear more of what she had to say. Unfortunately, her examples made me want to buy more locks for my doors to protect myself from the people in her examples that had done horrible things then gotten off without punishment or minimal punishment. And never leave my house. On top of that, all the things she details as being issues seem so major that improving them seems impossible and therefore makes things seem so bleak. Her s I agreed with her views on some of the problems in society and wanted to hear more of what she had to say. Her suggestions on improvements sound so reasonable that you know they'll never be implemented or implemented successfully. We live in an insane world which I kind of knew, just not how insane. I didn't need to know. Excuse me, I need to go make sure my doors are locked. May 24, Kathleen rated it it was ok Shelves: It's easy to laugh at the TV show and the various cases on the TV show are mainly harmless complaining. However, it was tough for me to read this book since I felt as if I was alone with the judge and having the judge explain gruesome case after gruesome case. It was tough for me to stomach. It was a relief to put the book down and just move on to another lighter book. You would have to be a callous person to not feel anything w I enjoy watching the show "Judge Judy" on TV, and I find it amusing. You would have to be a callous person to not feel anything while reading this book. I did not find this book funny at all, and I'm surprised to see people put this book under the shelf of "humor. Jun 25, Kristie rated it it was amazing. Wow - who knew that I would love a book written 15 years ago by Judge Judy? She nails so many social issues right on the head. I wonder why many of these problems haven't been resolved with her suggestions after fifteen years? I think it should be required reading for all high school students. Charity for the needy - all others get a Wow - who knew that I would love a book written 15 years ago by Judge Judy? Charity for the needy - all others get a job!!! Just lots of great ideas!!! Check out my full review here: First of all, it's important to get something out of the way: I love how feisty she is and how she takes no crap from anybody, and 9. I was hoping for a personal-development-book-with-bite when I got my hands on this, perhaps her others are more suited to that purpose, because this is a non-academic critique of the legal system, written for the lay person. As it was released in , some of the content is a little dated, but I was surprised by how many of the overarching values still hold true. I would love a more academic text by Judy, as well as up-to-date revisions of her books — 20 years is a long time for views and opinions to change and develop. Jun 03, Bunny rated it liked it Shelves: I do adore me some Judge Judy. It's unhealthy how much I love her. I never. She scares me. This book was written in '95, but really, she could've written it today. The complaints she makes about the justice system are still extremely alive and well today. While some of her 'tips' for fixing the problem drag on, they're written in a style that is truly Judge Judy, and I think that's what made reading it all the more interesting. Her real life stories I do adore me some Judge Judy. Her real life stories of cases she's seen were disturbing, and I winced quite a few times. The stories involving children are always hard, even the ones that she used to show that the law needs to be tougher on young offenders. I agree, but it doesn't make it any easier to read about young kids doing unspeakable acts to each other and other people. A quick read that was worth it. Aug 15, Matthew rated it it was amazing. I didn't expect to enjoy this book so much. I kept turning to my wife and saying, "If Judge Judy ran for president, she'd have my vote quicker than these other candidates we're seeing! The book describes the horrors of the broken welfare system, and the broken foster care system, and offers potential fi I didn't expect to enjoy this book so much. The book describes the horrors of the broken welfare system, and the broken foster care system, and offers potential fixes. It's hard to disagree with her points. This book came out in but it still seems relevant. Apr 03, Simon rated it it was amazing. I have a lot of respect for Judge Judy after reading this book before, it was just "oh, that American reality show woman"? After two decades as the presiding judge on one of New York's Family Courts, Judge Judy is well-placed to offer a critique of the failure of the American system with regards to her field. And what a devastating opinion it is; extremely authoritative and peppered with stories that will break your heart. I should say that I moved a few notches rightward after reading this book I have a lot of respect for Judge Judy after reading this book before, it was just "oh, that American reality show woman"? I should say that I moved a few notches rightward after reading this book. Jan 29, Christen rated it did not like it. Jan 20, Jim rated it it was ok. Judge Judy She sounds like, before she was on TV, that she wouldn't always do the popular thing. She tried to do more of the right thing, to her way of thinking. I think it's okay to make people more accountable for their action. I just hope I don't get caught! Jul 03, Lisa rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was more chilling than anything I've read recently. No wonder our society is so screwed up! Too bad we don't have more straight shooting judges Judge Judy that would stand up for what is right! Judge Judy for president!!!!! Feb 03, Lee rated it it was ok Shelves: I was so disappointed in this book. I love the outspoken, pro-responsibility attitude of Judge Judy, but found her feisty personality too muted in print. The storyline became merely repetitive and boring. Nov 23, Rebekah rated it it was ok..

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Jan 23, Kelly Moore rated it really liked it. What a read! I am such a big fan of Judge Judy, I have been for years. She is a tell it as it is woman, and I fully admire that. In this book, learn more here tells you about several cases that she has had to deal with in court and how our system is failing itself, as well as our country. I fully understand that this is a personal issue.

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How many times in a day do you wish you could do that? I have heard Judy interviewed and she is always thoughtful and articulate, so my main beef with DPOML is that its really just a page rant against the welfare and juvenile systems, written with minimal citations and at a 3rd grade level.

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I record her show religiously everyday,the way she handles cases are amusing and tough. Needless to say,I looked forward reading this,but what I got was a Judge judy pee disappointment. The writing style was disjointed and forced,I felt like the writer badly prepared a manuscript. Also it lacks the humor that Judy Judge judy pee was extremely tedious to read through the consistency and subject matters.

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Jan 07, Mary rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This book intrigued me since Megyn Kelly said that it was one of the best books that she had ever read, so I thought I would check it out for myself. So far this book is just like Judge Judy; straight forward, honest and oh so refreshing.

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But recently I saw her show and really, how can you hate on someone who makes a living screaming at deadbeats to take some personal responsibility? How many times in a day do you wish you could do that? I have heard Judy interviewed and she is always thoughtful and articulate, so my main beef with DPOML is that its really just a page rant against the welfare and juvenile systems, written with minimal citations and at a 3rd grade level. She includes such gems as: You have 25 years experience in America's roughest courts. Hire a researcher and write a serious book with the facts. And while I'm on it, where is there a book about television courts? Surely there are some interesting legal situations here. After much searching, I was only able to turn up one academic paper, although it was packed with tidbits. Did you know that tv courts are technically arbitration? And the producers pay the awarded money, thus largely reducing the defendant's incentive to build a case? And what are the legal ramifications of these "judgments" anyway? So much potential here! As mentioned in my update,I absolutely love Judge Judy. I record her show religiously everyday,the way she handles cases are amusing and tough. Needless to say,I looked forward reading this,but what I got was a huge disappointment. The writing style was disjointed and forced,I felt like the writer badly prepared a manuscript. Also it lacks the humor that Judy has,it was extremely tedious to read through the consistency and subject matters. Love Judge Judy,but this book was not for me. I will cont As mentioned in my update,I absolutely love Judge Judy. I will continue to watch her,but don't have interest reading more of her books. Two stars cause I love the person, but that's about it. Jan 07, Mary rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This book intrigued me since Megyn Kelly said that it was one of the best books that she had ever read, so I thought I would check it out for myself. So far this book is just like Judge Judy; straight forward, honest and oh so refreshing. Think of every social problem you can that affects America's disintegrating familes -- welfare abuse, juvenile violence, abandoned or abused children, ugly custod This book intrigued me since Megyn Kelly said that it was one of the best books that she had ever read, so I thought I would check it out for myself. Think of every social problem you can that affects America's disintegrating familes -- welfare abuse, juvenile violence, abandoned or abused children, ugly custody fights -- and you have just begun to scratch the surface of what parades through my court. They are a mirror of what has gone wrong in America, a reflection of how far we have strayed from personal responsibility and old fashioned discipline. Judge Judy has commonsense answers and solutions to civil, criminal and social justice issues. She blends humor and her vast experience with the US judicial system into one infinitely readable book. Mar 02, Dawn Livingston rated it did not like it. I agreed with her views on some of the problems in society and wanted to hear more of what she had to say. Unfortunately, her examples made me want to buy more locks for my doors to protect myself from the people in her examples that had done horrible things then gotten off without punishment or minimal punishment. And never leave my house. On top of that, all the things she details as being issues seem so major that improving them seems impossible and therefore makes things seem so bleak. Her s I agreed with her views on some of the problems in society and wanted to hear more of what she had to say. Her suggestions on improvements sound so reasonable that you know they'll never be implemented or implemented successfully. We live in an insane world which I kind of knew, just not how insane. I didn't need to know. Excuse me, I need to go make sure my doors are locked. May 24, Kathleen rated it it was ok Shelves: It's easy to laugh at the TV show and the various cases on the TV show are mainly harmless complaining. However, it was tough for me to read this book since I felt as if I was alone with the judge and having the judge explain gruesome case after gruesome case. It was tough for me to stomach. It was a relief to put the book down and just move on to another lighter book. You would have to be a callous person to not feel anything w I enjoy watching the show "Judge Judy" on TV, and I find it amusing. You would have to be a callous person to not feel anything while reading this book. I did not find this book funny at all, and I'm surprised to see people put this book under the shelf of "humor. Jun 25, Kristie rated it it was amazing. Wow - who knew that I would love a book written 15 years ago by Judge Judy? She nails so many social issues right on the head. I wonder why many of these problems haven't been resolved with her suggestions after fifteen years? I think it should be required reading for all high school students. Charity for the needy - all others get a Wow - who knew that I would love a book written 15 years ago by Judge Judy? Charity for the needy - all others get a job!!! Just lots of great ideas!!! Check out my full review here: First of all, it's important to get something out of the way: I love how feisty she is and how she takes no crap from anybody, and 9. I was hoping for a personal-development-book-with-bite when I got my hands on this, perhaps her others are more suited to that purpose, because this is a non-academic critique of the legal system, written for the lay person. As it was released in , some of the content is a little dated, but I was surprised by how many of the overarching values still hold true. I would love a more academic text by Judy, as well as up-to-date revisions of her books — 20 years is a long time for views and opinions to change and develop. Jun 03, Bunny rated it liked it Shelves: I do adore me some Judge Judy. It's unhealthy how much I love her. I never. She scares me. This book was written in '95, but really, she could've written it today. The complaints she makes about the justice system are still extremely alive and well today. While some of her 'tips' for fixing the problem drag on, they're written in a style that is truly Judge Judy, and I think that's what made reading it all the more interesting. Her real life stories I do adore me some Judge Judy. Her real life stories of cases she's seen were disturbing, and I winced quite a few times. The stories involving children are always hard, even the ones that she used to show that the law needs to be tougher on young offenders. I agree, but it doesn't make it any easier to read about young kids doing unspeakable acts to each other and other people. A quick read that was worth it. Aug 15, Matthew rated it it was amazing. I didn't expect to enjoy this book so much. I kept turning to my wife and saying, "If Judge Judy ran for president, she'd have my vote quicker than these other candidates we're seeing! The book describes the horrors of the broken welfare system, and the broken foster care system, and offers potential fi I didn't expect to enjoy this book so much. The book describes the horrors of the broken welfare system, and the broken foster care system, and offers potential fixes. It's hard to disagree with her points. This book came out in but it still seems relevant. Apr 03, Simon rated it it was amazing. I have a lot of respect for Judge Judy after reading this book before, it was just "oh, that American reality show woman"? After two decades as the presiding judge on one of New York's Family Courts, Judge Judy is well-placed to offer a critique of the failure of the American system with regards to her field. And what a devastating opinion it is; extremely authoritative and peppered with stories that will break your heart. I should say that I moved a few notches rightward after reading this book I have a lot of respect for Judge Judy after reading this book before, it was just "oh, that American reality show woman"? I should say that I moved a few notches rightward after reading this book. Jan 29, Christen rated it did not like it. Jan 20, Jim rated it it was ok. Judge Judy She sounds like, before she was on TV, that she wouldn't always do the popular thing. She tried to do more of the right thing, to her way of thinking. I think it's okay to make people more accountable for their action. I just hope I don't get caught! Jul 03, Lisa rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was more chilling than anything I've read recently. No wonder our society is so screwed up! Too bad we don't have more straight shooting judges Judge Judy that would stand up for what is right! Judge Judy for president!!!!! Feb 03, Lee rated it it was ok Shelves: I was so disappointed in this book. I love the outspoken, pro-responsibility attitude of Judge Judy, but found her feisty personality too muted in print. The storyline became merely repetitive and boring. Nov 23, Rebekah rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Certainly challenging, but not in the right ways. Judge Judy was a popular morning watch in my young adulthood. She is no nonsense, but also gives out common sense advice to seemingly dimwitted people. Judy gives the impression that whatever situation arises she could sort it out in 5 minutes. I was interested to read this book as I thought it would be a measured and researched opinion of the years she spent on the front line of family court in the Bronx. However what I got was a gimmick, one lin Certainly challenging, but not in the right ways. However what I got was a gimmick, one liner filled bargain bin book. Which is a deep disappointment. It seems like it was either ghost written or Judy isn't of the caliber of common sense we all thought she was. I respect her bravery in being blunt. However as a white, rich woman, she didn't have a lot to lose by writing her views in the first place. I would respect her views a lot more if they were backed up by research. She makes broad statements without backing them up with reliable research or facts. There seems to be little compassion or empathy in her views. I understand compassion fatigue all too well in my own profession Nursing , however Judy doesn't seem to think there is any excuse and uses her own upbringing as the basis for this. The title comes from a response her father made to her achieving failing grades at College. However Judy hasn't, or seems to not have, experienced physical or sexual abuse. She hasn't lived in extreme poverty or in a community dominanted by gang violence. She lacks any compassion for people who has experienced these things..

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And never leave my house. On top of that, all the things she details as being issues seem so major that improving them seems impossible Judge judy pee therefore makes things Judge judy pee so bleak. Her s I agreed with her views on some of the problems in society and wanted to hear more of what she had to say. Her suggestions on improvements sound so reasonable that you know they'll never be implemented or implemented successfully.

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I have recently purchased her other books, and will read them as soon as they arrive. I highly recommend this book! Aug 26, Andrea rated it liked it. I remember when Judge Judy came on TV back in the 90s. And maybe I was right. But recently I saw her show and really, how can you hate on someone who makes a living screaming at deadbeats to take some personal responsibility? How many times in a day do you wish you could do that? I have heard Judy interviewed and she is always thoughtful and articulate, so my main beef with DPOML is that its really just a page rant against the welfare and juvenile systems, written with minimal citations and at a 3rd grade level. She includes such gems as: You have 25 years experience in America's roughest courts. Hire a researcher and write a serious book with the facts. And while I'm on it, where is there a book about television courts? Surely there are some interesting legal situations here. After much searching, I was only able to turn up one academic paper, although it was packed with tidbits. Did you know that tv courts are technically arbitration? And the producers pay the awarded money, thus largely reducing the defendant's incentive to build a case? And what are the legal ramifications of these "judgments" anyway? So much potential here! As mentioned in my update,I absolutely love Judge Judy. I record her show religiously everyday,the way she handles cases are amusing and tough. Needless to say,I looked forward reading this,but what I got was a huge disappointment. The writing style was disjointed and forced,I felt like the writer badly prepared a manuscript. Also it lacks the humor that Judy has,it was extremely tedious to read through the consistency and subject matters. Love Judge Judy,but this book was not for me. I will cont As mentioned in my update,I absolutely love Judge Judy. I will continue to watch her,but don't have interest reading more of her books. Two stars cause I love the person, but that's about it. Jan 07, Mary rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This book intrigued me since Megyn Kelly said that it was one of the best books that she had ever read, so I thought I would check it out for myself. So far this book is just like Judge Judy; straight forward, honest and oh so refreshing. Think of every social problem you can that affects America's disintegrating familes -- welfare abuse, juvenile violence, abandoned or abused children, ugly custod This book intrigued me since Megyn Kelly said that it was one of the best books that she had ever read, so I thought I would check it out for myself. Think of every social problem you can that affects America's disintegrating familes -- welfare abuse, juvenile violence, abandoned or abused children, ugly custody fights -- and you have just begun to scratch the surface of what parades through my court. They are a mirror of what has gone wrong in America, a reflection of how far we have strayed from personal responsibility and old fashioned discipline. Judge Judy has commonsense answers and solutions to civil, criminal and social justice issues. She blends humor and her vast experience with the US judicial system into one infinitely readable book. Mar 02, Dawn Livingston rated it did not like it. I agreed with her views on some of the problems in society and wanted to hear more of what she had to say. Unfortunately, her examples made me want to buy more locks for my doors to protect myself from the people in her examples that had done horrible things then gotten off without punishment or minimal punishment. And never leave my house. On top of that, all the things she details as being issues seem so major that improving them seems impossible and therefore makes things seem so bleak. Her s I agreed with her views on some of the problems in society and wanted to hear more of what she had to say. Her suggestions on improvements sound so reasonable that you know they'll never be implemented or implemented successfully. We live in an insane world which I kind of knew, just not how insane. I didn't need to know. Excuse me, I need to go make sure my doors are locked. May 24, Kathleen rated it it was ok Shelves: It's easy to laugh at the TV show and the various cases on the TV show are mainly harmless complaining. However, it was tough for me to read this book since I felt as if I was alone with the judge and having the judge explain gruesome case after gruesome case. It was tough for me to stomach. It was a relief to put the book down and just move on to another lighter book. You would have to be a callous person to not feel anything w I enjoy watching the show "Judge Judy" on TV, and I find it amusing. You would have to be a callous person to not feel anything while reading this book. I did not find this book funny at all, and I'm surprised to see people put this book under the shelf of "humor. Jun 25, Kristie rated it it was amazing. Wow - who knew that I would love a book written 15 years ago by Judge Judy? She nails so many social issues right on the head. I wonder why many of these problems haven't been resolved with her suggestions after fifteen years? I think it should be required reading for all high school students. Charity for the needy - all others get a Wow - who knew that I would love a book written 15 years ago by Judge Judy? Charity for the needy - all others get a job!!! Just lots of great ideas!!! Check out my full review here: First of all, it's important to get something out of the way: I love how feisty she is and how she takes no crap from anybody, and 9. I was hoping for a personal-development-book-with-bite when I got my hands on this, perhaps her others are more suited to that purpose, because this is a non-academic critique of the legal system, written for the lay person. As it was released in , some of the content is a little dated, but I was surprised by how many of the overarching values still hold true. I would love a more academic text by Judy, as well as up-to-date revisions of her books — 20 years is a long time for views and opinions to change and develop. Jun 03, Bunny rated it liked it Shelves: I do adore me some Judge Judy. It's unhealthy how much I love her. I never. She scares me. This book was written in '95, but really, she could've written it today. The complaints she makes about the justice system are still extremely alive and well today. While some of her 'tips' for fixing the problem drag on, they're written in a style that is truly Judge Judy, and I think that's what made reading it all the more interesting. Her real life stories I do adore me some Judge Judy. Her real life stories of cases she's seen were disturbing, and I winced quite a few times. The stories involving children are always hard, even the ones that she used to show that the law needs to be tougher on young offenders. I agree, but it doesn't make it any easier to read about young kids doing unspeakable acts to each other and other people. A quick read that was worth it. Aug 15, Matthew rated it it was amazing. I didn't expect to enjoy this book so much. I kept turning to my wife and saying, "If Judge Judy ran for president, she'd have my vote quicker than these other candidates we're seeing! The book describes the horrors of the broken welfare system, and the broken foster care system, and offers potential fi I didn't expect to enjoy this book so much. The book describes the horrors of the broken welfare system, and the broken foster care system, and offers potential fixes. It's hard to disagree with her points. This book came out in but it still seems relevant. Apr 03, Simon rated it it was amazing. I have a lot of respect for Judge Judy after reading this book before, it was just "oh, that American reality show woman"? After two decades as the presiding judge on one of New York's Family Courts, Judge Judy is well-placed to offer a critique of the failure of the American system with regards to her field. And what a devastating opinion it is; extremely authoritative and peppered with stories that will break your heart. I should say that I moved a few notches rightward after reading this book I have a lot of respect for Judge Judy after reading this book before, it was just "oh, that American reality show woman"? I should say that I moved a few notches rightward after reading this book. Jan 29, Christen rated it did not like it. Jan 20, Jim rated it it was ok. Judge Judy She sounds like, before she was on TV, that she wouldn't always do the popular thing. She tried to do more of the right thing, to her way of thinking. I think it's okay to make people more accountable for their action. I just hope I don't get caught! Jul 03, Lisa rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was more chilling than anything I've read recently. No wonder our society is so screwed up! Too bad we don't have more straight shooting judges Judge Judy that would stand up for what is right! Judge Judy for president!!!!! Feb 03, Lee rated it it was ok Shelves: I was so disappointed in this book. I love the outspoken, pro-responsibility attitude of Judge Judy, but found her feisty personality too muted in print. The storyline became merely repetitive and boring. Nov 23, Rebekah rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Certainly challenging, but not in the right ways. Judge Judy was a popular morning watch in my young adulthood. She is no nonsense, but also gives out common sense advice to seemingly dimwitted people. Judy gives the impression that whatever situation arises she could sort it out in 5 minutes. I was interested to read this book as I thought it would be a measured and researched opinion of the years she spent on the front line of family court in the Bronx. However what I got was a gimmick, one lin Certainly challenging, but not in the right ways. However what I got was a gimmick, one liner filled bargain bin book. Which is a deep disappointment. It seems like it was either ghost written or Judy isn't of the caliber of common sense we all thought she was. I respect her bravery in being blunt..

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If this item isn't available to be reserved nearby, add the item to your basket instead and select 'Deliver to my local shop' at the checkout, to be able to collect it from there at a later date. Preferred contact method Email Text message. When will my order be ready to collect? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Josh Getlin. Can we get some reality in here? For twenty-four years she has laid down the law as she understands it. If you want to eat, you have to work. If you have children, you'd better support them. If you break the law, you have to pay. If you tap the public purse, you'd better be accountable. Now she abandons a Can we get some reality in here? Now she abandons all judicial restraint in a scathing critique of the system -- filled with realistic hard-nosed alternatives to our bloated welfare bureaucracy and our soft-on-crime laws. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published January 10th by Harper Perennial first published February 7th More Details Original Title. Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Nov 22, Rebecca McNutt rated it it was amazing Shelves: Judge Judy is really inspirational to me. Many people just think she's an actor on their television screen, but before her days of TV court, she worked in family law with everyone from juvenile delinquents to dysfunctional families, where she gained a reputation as a no-nonsense judge in New York. This book is great. Full of wit and humor but also insight, honesty and even poignancy, Don't Pee on My Leg and Tell Me It's Raining is an excellent memoir that stands out with a style all its own. View 1 comment. Judge Judy for president!! I love Judge Judy and her points of views. I have grown to respect her for her ability to make irresponsible people be held accountable for their actions. I agreed with everything she stated in her book. Some of the topics she discusses that are right on point are: The fact that parents have grown to become irresponsible for their lack of parenting. Welfare should be an assistance and not a way of life. Dead beat mothers should pay up just like dead beat fathers Judge Judy for president!! Dead beat mothers should pay up just like dead beat fathers. In that order. In this country, we have it backward". Otherwise, support yourself. No exceptions". I think we all know our share of people who can use a good hearing from Judge Judy in her courtroom! It was very frustrating to read so many of the same receptive stories of people that abuse our legal system and how some of our laws are taken as jokes. I seriously would wish she would run for president I think she would change so many things for us hard working people who are sick of lazy people abusing the system. It does not require the government to provide that opportunity. Beyond creating an atmosphere - legal and social- that enables people to grow, no one is owed anything! View all 4 comments. Jan 23, Kelly Moore rated it really liked it. What a read! I am such a big fan of Judge Judy, I have been for years. She is a tell it as it is woman, and I fully admire that. In this book, she tells you about several cases that she has had to deal with in court and how our system is failing itself, as well as our country. I fully understand that this is a personal issue. I see all children as blessings, plan Whew! I see all children as blessings, planned or not. I have recently purchased her other books, and will read them as soon as they arrive. I highly recommend this book! Aug 26, Andrea rated it liked it. I remember when Judge Judy came on TV back in the 90s. And maybe I was right. But recently I saw her show and really, how can you hate on someone who makes a living screaming at deadbeats to take some personal responsibility? How many times in a day do you wish you could do that? I have heard Judy interviewed and she is always thoughtful and articulate, so my main beef with DPOML is that its really just a page rant against the welfare and juvenile systems, written with minimal citations and at a 3rd grade level. She includes such gems as: You have 25 years experience in America's roughest courts. Hire a researcher and write a serious book with the facts. And while I'm on it, where is there a book about television courts? Surely there are some interesting legal situations here. After much searching, I was only able to turn up one academic paper, although it was packed with tidbits. Did you know that tv courts are technically arbitration? And the producers pay the awarded money, thus largely reducing the defendant's incentive to build a case? And what are the legal ramifications of these "judgments" anyway? So much potential here! As mentioned in my update,I absolutely love Judge Judy. I record her show religiously everyday,the way she handles cases are amusing and tough. Needless to say,I looked forward reading this,but what I got was a huge disappointment. The writing style was disjointed and forced,I felt like the writer badly prepared a manuscript. Also it lacks the humor that Judy has,it was extremely tedious to read through the consistency and subject matters. Love Judge Judy,but this book was not for me. I will cont As mentioned in my update,I absolutely love Judge Judy. I will continue to watch her,but don't have interest reading more of her books. Two stars cause I love the person, but that's about it. Jan 07, Mary rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This book intrigued me since Megyn Kelly said that it was one of the best books that she had ever read, so I thought I would check it out for myself. So far this book is just like Judge Judy; straight forward, honest and oh so refreshing. Think of every social problem you can that affects America's disintegrating familes -- welfare abuse, juvenile violence, abandoned or abused children, ugly custod This book intrigued me since Megyn Kelly said that it was one of the best books that she had ever read, so I thought I would check it out for myself. Think of every social problem you can that affects America's disintegrating familes -- welfare abuse, juvenile violence, abandoned or abused children, ugly custody fights -- and you have just begun to scratch the surface of what parades through my court. They are a mirror of what has gone wrong in America, a reflection of how far we have strayed from personal responsibility and old fashioned discipline. Judge Judy has commonsense answers and solutions to civil, criminal and social justice issues. She blends humor and her vast experience with the US judicial system into one infinitely readable book. Mar 02, Dawn Livingston rated it did not like it. I agreed with her views on some of the problems in society and wanted to hear more of what she had to say. Unfortunately, her examples made me want to buy more locks for my doors to protect myself from the people in her examples that had done horrible things then gotten off without punishment or minimal punishment. And never leave my house. On top of that, all the things she details as being issues seem so major that improving them seems impossible and therefore makes things seem so bleak. Her s I agreed with her views on some of the problems in society and wanted to hear more of what she had to say. Her suggestions on improvements sound so reasonable that you know they'll never be implemented or implemented successfully. We live in an insane world which I kind of knew, just not how insane. I didn't need to know. Excuse me, I need to go make sure my doors are locked. May 24, Kathleen rated it it was ok Shelves: It's easy to laugh at the TV show and the various cases on the TV show are mainly harmless complaining. However, it was tough for me to read this book since I felt as if I was alone with the judge and having the judge explain gruesome case after gruesome case. It was tough for me to stomach. It was a relief to put the book down and just move on to another lighter book. You would have to be a callous person to not feel anything w I enjoy watching the show "Judge Judy" on TV, and I find it amusing. You would have to be a callous person to not feel anything while reading this book. I did not find this book funny at all, and I'm surprised to see people put this book under the shelf of "humor. Jun 25, Kristie rated it it was amazing. Wow - who knew that I would love a book written 15 years ago by Judge Judy? She nails so many social issues right on the head. I wonder why many of these problems haven't been resolved with her suggestions after fifteen years? I think it should be required reading for all high school students. Charity for the needy - all others get a Wow - who knew that I would love a book written 15 years ago by Judge Judy? Charity for the needy - all others get a job!!! Just lots of great ideas!!! Check out my full review here: First of all, it's important to get something out of the way: I love how feisty she is and how she takes no crap from anybody, and 9. I was hoping for a personal-development-book-with-bite when I got my hands on this, perhaps her others are more suited to that purpose, because this is a non-academic critique of the legal system, written for the lay person. As it was released in , some of the content is a little dated, but I was surprised by how many of the overarching values still hold true. I would love a more academic text by Judy, as well as up-to-date revisions of her books — 20 years is a long time for views and opinions to change and develop. Jun 03, Bunny rated it liked it Shelves: I do adore me some Judge Judy..

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