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On 9/12/2018 at 3:32 PM, patty1h said:

JJ needs to keep a stack of her book "Beauty Fades, Dumb is Forever" on the bench and have Byrd hand them out to the revolving door of stupid women who come into court after opening their wallets for a man, then come whining that they get scammed. 

 

Great idea, but JJ should hit the idiot women in the head with the book, to make sure they absorb the information.    Maybe the men who get some ho should get the book treatment too, like the man who got chewed on and hit by Jaws, and possibly fathered a second kid with the tramp should definitely get the book treatment.  However, JJ should hit him several times elsewhere, and much lower,  because his head on his shoulders is empty.   

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Oh laws.  JJ  is making my head hurt again.  She just doesn't get how expensive it is to be poor.  Yes, people are stupid and make bad romantic judgments.  They deserve what they get when they let their genitals run their life.

That's not what grinds my gears.  She gets so twisted that "nobody keeps that much cash".  Yes. Yes they do.  Cashing a paycheck "off bank" costs 5%.  When you're broke, you go to employers bank and cash out.  You stand in line and pay cash at the grocery store for utilities, etc. And pay for that privilege.  Banks don't give you the time of day. Those of us that are fortunate enough to have a bank..click & pay.

When you're struggling, you actually have to pay a fee to pay your bills.  $3, 5, 7 per bill stings like hell when your weekly check is $400.00.  

So...in JJ world, you're a leach on Byrd if you don't work, but if you drag your ass to work and try to stretch a check. You're a liar.   

That poor plaintiff was trying to explain her "envelopes".  JJ just shut her down.  I wanted to cry.  I've done envelopes.  You find the best way to cash your check, then spread everything on the kitchen table with envelopes and move & shuffle to keep the rent paid & the lights on.

Yes. JJ has a lot of morons for litigants.  But, I'd like to drop her ass in South Dallas with $400.00, a rat infested apartment, a $12./hr job and tell her to "ah move"....but don't hoard cash and don't ask Byrd to help you.

Bitch.

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In the sixties I dated a young man whose father was a big wig in the union and his mother was doctor.  When each of their three kids turned eighteen they gave them $5,000 in cash to keep on hand in case of emergencies.  The parents kept a larger amount in cash (in a safe) for the the same reason.  This was over fifty years ago and it's still mind boggling to me.  I'm sure Judge Judy would not believe this either.  My sister in law still keeps large amounts of cash in her house in a family member needs cash in a hurry.

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1 minute ago, momtoall said:

In the sixties I dated a young man whose father was a big wig in the union and his mother was doctor.  When each of their three kids turned eighteen they gave them $5,000 in cash to keep on hand in case of emergencies.  The parents kept a larger amount in cash (in a safe) for the the same reason.  This was over fifty years ago and it's still mind boggling to me.  I'm sure Judge Judy would not believe this either.  My sister in law still keeps large amounts of cash in her house in a family member needs cash in a hurry.

Um. It's called "the real world".

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On 9/11/2018 at 8:32 AM, TipseyGirl said:

So, I have a question. In the case of the Bottle Throwing Baby Momma, the plaintiff said the incident that he had on video happened on June 18, 2018. Why then was there snow on the ground in the video and Baby Momma was screeching about him taking her baby out in the cold? WTF?

That was so confusing!  I went back and watched that - there was snow on the sidewalk by the cars, but none where they walked.  And in the beginning of the tape, def said plaintiff couldn’t take her son out in the cold.  

I know Spring was late arriving this year, but it wasn’t that late.  Something seems off about the case.  Either something was pulled over on JJ, or the production put something over on the audience.

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14 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

he is so stupid, and just announced that she keeps a lot of cash at her home.    I can almost hear the stampede of thieves running to her house, and breaking in. 

My jaw dropped when she said this on National Television!!!! She is a Big Dummy!

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Even if you keep a lot of money at home, you don't announce that on national TV.       

I can't believe she was so foolish as to meet someone, give them $3500 the next month, and then spend $11k on  credit cards to buy them a truck.   I do love that when she found out about his harem (he said a woman was at his place two days after the truck buy when she repo'd it, but not the woman she thought it was), she got the police, and got her truck.   At least she didn't put it in his name.    I bet the police were familiar with his scamming, because they certainly did jump into the repo situation, and many times they don't.    I'm sure the jerk would have changed the registration and title as soon as he could, so it's good she acted so quickly.   

Some hygienists work at several offices, and I wonder if one pays in cash, and she's not reporting it, and of course, the business wouldn't be either.  

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49 minutes ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

I can't believe she was so foolish as to meet someone, give them $3500 the next month, and then spend $11k on  credit cards to buy them a truck.

I don't want to believe it, but I do believe it. We've seen women who are seriously desperate on this show, but Karen Frolek? Her desperation is terminal and now every lonely hearts site con artist knows her name, location, knows she stupidly keeps a lot of cash lying around and that she will do and pay absolutely anything to keep the most marginal cretin about whom she knows nothing. Mr. UN-Pleasant, the highly-paid deep-sea diver janitor to his other "female" when he got the first money from Krazy Karen: "Babe, we got a live one here! Woo hoo!" Hell, I could probably scam Karen and unlike UnPleasant, I don't even have any practice. What was it about him that made Karen lose all reason after ONE MONTH? What? Can't be his looks. Or maybe this is just the way she always acts when a male body that has a pulse drifts in her direction. Karen, the long hair and the tea-dance getup don't make you look young. They just make you look a little dotty. A perfect victim, she is.

ETA: About keeping a large amount of cash in the house: I remember one litigant, a woman who said she received some sort of lump sum from the military or whatever. She said it was 15K and she had it in her house. Does no one think of what happens if there's a fire? Theft? Or you loan it to someone, as the scatter-brained, lovesick Karen did and don't bother getting making a contract or even getting a receipt? That money is gone forever. As much as I hate my bank, I know if my money burns up there or gets stolen, I'm covered.

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I wish people with little means would look into banking at a credit union rather than a bank, which piles on fees. Credit unions used to be only open to members of specific groups (employees, union members, etc). Now lots of credit unions are open to anyone who lives or works in a geographic area. They charge little or no fees, minimum balances are low (my credit union minimum balance is $5). It's a great solution for many. Better than keeping thousands of dollars in your house. 

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We've seen women who are seriously desperate on this show, but Karen Frolek? Her desperation is terminal and now every lonely hearts site con artist knows her name, location, knows she stupidly keeps a lot of cash lying around and that she will do and pay absolutely anything to keep the most marginal cretin about whom she knows nothing

God. She was SO stupid and desperate and I understand not wanting to reward that, but FFS that guy was such a thoroughly unpleasant asshole I hated to see him get away with it. "FEMALES" and their crazy emotions, my ass.  When he kept talking over JJ, I was hoping she'd be pissed enough to summarily award judgement to the plaintiff. 

And did Ms. Lonelyheart ever visit Diablo? Stunningly beautiful area but quite a small town (well, actually smaller than a town), remote and possibly inaccessible in the winter. The mind boggles that she thought she was going to live there happily ever after 

Yeah, um, OK...going in on a million dollar house but had to split your car down payment among several credit cards. Sure sure sure 

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19 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Trailer arsonist-Old hag sells trailer for $4k to two young women, still doesn't move out to her next lovely trailer ($2,800 trailer in Arkansas), then after skank moves out most furniture, and appliances to new luxury cheapo trailer, the original trailer burns to the ground.    Old hag (I'm an old hag too, so I can say that) burns trailer down, and then uses the $1200 (original trailer was paid to O.H. for $4k), for her expenses.    O.H. claims she couldn't move out because she was very ill, but could go out shopping with her granddaughter, and apparently left dryer going at the time, because that's what the fire department says burned the trailer down.   I've never heard of a dryer fire when the dryer was turned off, so she definitely did it.   O.H. claims no insurance, but I bet it was in someone else's name or something.

I can't imagine what a $2800 mobile home looks like, or a $4000 for that matter.  Our 1977 model (which was well cared for, for the most part) was $13,500 - a good deal.  The hag said she lived in a park.  The park we live in requires proof of homeowners insurance every year.  Many companies won't insure mobile homes - especially more than 10 years old, but my car insurance company found me someone.  Our park owner works with several companies that offer it.  Now hag could be living in a bad park - there are many of them, and we are fortunate to be in a good one.  The whole thing smelled like a scam to me on hag's part - not the nice younger girls who bought the mobile for their mother to live in.

5 hours ago, nora1992 said:

That was so confusing!  I went back and watched that - there was snow on the sidewalk by the cars, but none where they walked.  And in the beginning of the tape, def said plaintiff couldn’t take her son out in the cold.  

I know Spring was late arriving this year, but it wasn’t that late.  Something seems off about the case.  Either something was pulled over on JJ, or the production put something over on the audience.

We had snow here up until the end of March or beginning of April (can't remember exactly when it stopped).  But my thought was that he sad "JAN" (as in January) not "June".  But I could be wrong.

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1 minute ago, funky-rat said:

The whole thing smelled like a scam to me on hag's part - not the nice younger girls who bought the mobile for their mother to live in.

Evil, she is. I bet she had this fire all planned before she even took the money. The plaintiffs work cleaning houses yet managed to accumlate 4K for their mother. Evil hag didn't need insurance - she got the 4,000$ she's unfortunately was able to keep since the show will pay plaintiffs.

 

1 hour ago, bad things are bad said:

When (UnPleasant) kept talking over JJ, I was hoping she'd be pissed enough to summarily award judgement to the plaintiff. 

I was really waiting for Byrd to stroll over and give him a little talking to - something he's done before with smart-mouth, stupid-headed assholes -  up close and personal, especially with the repetitions of "She lie! She lie!"

I'm not sorry Karen didn't get her money back. She certainly needed a wake-up call, since nothing else - not even this fugly, glaring, morally bankrupt creature hitting her up for thousands of dollars one month after hooking up - seemed to do that. I doubt this did it, but one can only hope. Bank, cancelled check, receipt, promissary note, money order - not that anyone with half a brain should have given him a dime - but had she used any one of those she could have recovered. Ah, but I guess love is blind and "I trusted him!" Too bad she never thought to ask someone who has such a good job why he has no credit or money of his own. Karen, if you feel he's such a prize and the best you can do, spend your money (what's left of it) on some counselling. Oh, well.

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Karen claimed to be a dentist, but the only thing I could find was a linked in profile as a dental hygienist. I somehow doubt an actual dentist would up and move 4 hours away with some Tinder guy.

Also: Saint Cloud, MN! It's not a big city, and when I checked out Logan's facebook page, we had two mutual friends. He definitely likes the pot, which is why he knew where he was on 4/20, even though obviously Judge Judy didn't (and Byrd didn't tell her the reference). I do believe he got his dog high, but I also believe he probably takes good care of her. 

Also: The lovely Madison, who was there with him, was just a few months clean from "hard drugs" when she hooked up with "doobie", and is now pregnant with a baby girl. AFAIK from FB, they are still living with his parents. Good luck, kiddo. 

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2 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

I'm not sorry Karen didn't get her money back. She certainly needed a wake-up call, since nothing else - not even this fugly, glaring, morally bankrupt creature hitting her up for thousands of dollars one month after hooking up - seemed to do that. I doubt this did it, but one can only hope. Bank, cancelled check, receipt, promissary note, money order - not that anyone with half a brain should have given him a dime - but had she used any one of those she could have recovered.

I think she might have had some proof, somewhere in all those papers -- maybe some text messages or emails.  She'd try to say something and Judy would cut her off.  She seemed either slow, or half-asleep, or discombobulated by being on TV.  That's what lawyers are for -- to help clients get their shit together so that the judge doesn't end up yelling "I don't care!

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That poor plaintiff was trying to explain her "envelopes".  JJ just shut her down.  I wanted to cry.  I've done envelopes.  You find the best way to cash your check, then spread everything on the kitchen table with envelopes and move & shuffle to keep the rent paid & the lights on.

Dearest Judge Judy - ever hear of Dave Ramsey? He's some financial guy and part of his system is putting money in envelopes for different purposes. One of my daughters was "doing" the Dave Ramsey system and we went out to dinner and she was pulling money from her "entertainment envelope" out of her wallet when we divided up the bill. Oh and don't come to my house either because I got money hidden in my house in an envelope as well - just various small chunks of money that I'm using to save for a vacation. 

Karen The Supposed Dentist could have very well been Tinderized enough to want to move to St. Cloud with Big Dumb Scammy Dude Who Byrd Flew Up On and Gave A Talking To. I remember seeing a woman who was a radiologist on Dr. Phil or some other sleezy talk show and she was insistent that Joran Vandersloot (the guy that offed Natalie Holloway) was innocent and she was in love with him and flying down to see him and giving him boatloads of money. That woman was probably in her 50s and enamored with a jailhouse criminal that didn't even live in the US (oh but he was stringing her along and she could not even see it) 

I'm super bummed I missed the Flying Snowmobile case! Damn DISH network had a local outage that day and all that was on my DVR was 30 min of "Yes We Know Your Local Station Is Out, But It We Are Working On It" with some jazzy gee-tar music. 

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Seemed pretty obvious that Elena Menz's sexual harassment claims were made up. Here's this bulbous, unattractive woman accusing this very fit guy of sexually harassing her? Yeah, right, lady... that happened. 

Then, she prints out his Instagram photos and claims he sent them to her? Not nice. Not nice at all. Like she really thought Judge Judy would believe that? smh

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17 minutes ago, CoachWristletJen said:

Then, she prints out his Instagram photos and claims he sent them to her? Not nice. Not nice at all. Like she really thought Judge Judy would believe that? smh

JJ gets points for this, I wasn't sure she would pick up on the difference. On the other hand, in the last case of the second episode (car scraped and dented on circular driveway), she once again demonstrates that she is no expert on accident reconstruction. What she doesn't understand is that when a car is moving forward in a right turn, the middle of the passenger side moves forward and to the right. At moderate speeds this is negligible but at very low speed and especially in a tight turn, the middle of the car's passenger side may move as much to the right as it moves forward. Not that I necessarily buy the guys claim about how it happened, I think "more likely than not" would have been sufficient basis for the verdict. However, JJ annoys when she smiles and acts like an expert on something where she is not, then ridicules people, sneering at them and pronouncing that what they claim is impossible.

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Sexual harassment/no wages-Woman who wears a black bra with a see through pink top needs to do something different, so I don't see her underwear.  Of course, at least she wears bras.

Woman owed 1,036 for back wages, until she claims man harasses female employees that don't put out.   Unfortunately, JJ doesn't like people who lie about harassment, and screen grab pictures off of FB/Instagram, whatever, and claim they were sent directly to them.    Idiot woman lost her back wages.    The highlight was when d.'s witness got bounced by Byrd.   Also, JJ mentioned Byrd's crossword and asked him to transfer bag to d. interrupting valuable crossword time.  

Pool fraud-Woman who sold house says on disclosure that 15 year old above ground pool liner is OK.   Her husband asked for a proposal to get a new liner in 2016, and house sold in 2017, with still ripped liner.   I bet her real estate agent wants to hurt her right now.     I think replacing the liner before putting it on the market, or just removing the pool, would have been the smarter option.    However, d. is stupid, and lied on disclosure about the pool instead of doing the right thing.     I think the pool liner issue should have been easy to see by either an inspector, or the buyer, so I'm not sure they should get entire amount.    $2,000+ awarded, but they bought the house as is, and the pool was plenty old enough to be falling apart, and they did have a chance to inspect everything, so don't think I would have given them the full amount.     

Drunken brawl, leading to wreck of car in driveway on Thanksgiving.    P. in her truck, D. in his truck following p. home.    She claims d. drove across grass in turn around, and rammed her car in her driveway.   D. claims p. jumped into car again she parked, and backed up and hit the right side of her car, on his truck.    His insurance company didn't pay, but at least he had insurance.  P. doesn't want to put through her insurance, because she has $1,000 deductible, and she doesn't want to pay that.   JJ told everyone too bad. I bet everyone was drinking, including p., and were all driving loaded.    What a lovely drunken Thanksgiving that was.   

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1 hour ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Sexual harassment/no wages-Woman who wears a black bra with a see through pink top needs to do something different, so I don't see her underwear.  Of course, at least she wears bras.

Woman owed 1,036 for back wages, until she claims man harasses female employees that don't put out.   Unfortunately, JJ doesn't like people who lie about harassment, and screen grab pictures off of FB/Instagram, whatever, and claim they were sent directly to them.    Idiot woman lost her back wages.    The highlight was when d.'s witness got bounced by Byrd.   Also, JJ mentioned Byrd's crossword and asked him to transfer bag to d. interrupting valuable crossword time.  

Pool fraud-Woman who sold house says on disclosure that 15 year old above ground pool liner is OK.   Her husband asked for a proposal to get a new liner in 2016, and house sold in 2017, with still ripped liner.   I bet her real estate agent wants to hurt her right now.     I think replacing the liner before putting it on the market, or just removing the pool, would have been the smarter option.    However, d. is stupid, and lied on disclosure about the pool instead of doing the right thing.     I think the pool liner issue should have been easy to see by either an inspector, or the buyer, so I'm not sure they should get entire amount.    $2,000+ awarded, but they bought the house as is, and the pool was plenty old enough to be falling apart, and they did have a chance to inspect everything, so don't think I would have given them the full amount.     

Drunken brawl, leading to wreck of car in driveway on Thanksgiving.    P. in her truck, D. in his truck following p. home.    She claims d. drove across grass in turn around, and rammed her car in her driveway.   D. claims p. jumped into car again she parked, and backed up and hit the right side of her car, on his truck.    His insurance company didn't pay, but at least he had insurance.  P. doesn't want to put through her insurance, because she has $1,000 deductible, and she doesn't want to pay that.   JJ told everyone too bad. I bet everyone was drinking, including p., and were all driving loaded.    What a lovely drunken Thanksgiving that was.   

That was f'n hysterical and thank you CrazyInAlabama for pointing that out. I wasn't sure what JJ was referring to but now it all makes sense! Maybe you're not so Crazy in Alabama! 

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21 minutes ago, chenoa333 said:

Also, JJ mentioned Byrd's crossword and asked him to transfer bag to d. interrupting valuable crossword time.  

JJ:  Byrd, take a break before 6 across and take care of this.

Byrd:  It was 6 down. 

hee!!!  Loved it!!

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The bottle throwing was in February, after which plaintiff was terribly upset, afraid, etc.  They then talked about another incident in June, at which time defendant was 2 months pregnant.  JJ asked if the baby was the plaintiff's, and he said "it's a possibility".  

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4 hours ago, ItsHelloPattiagain said:

 

Karen The Supposed Dentist could have very well been Tinderized enough to want to move to St. Cloud with Big Dumb Scammy Dude Who Byrd Flew Up On and Gave A Talking To. I remember seeing a woman who was a radiologist on Dr. Phil or some other sleezy talk show and she was insistent that Joran Vandersloot (the guy that offed Natalie Holloway) was innocent and she was in love with him and flying down to see him and giving him boatloads of money. That woman was probably in her 50s and enamored with a jailhouse criminal that didn't even live in the US (oh but he was stringing her along and she could not even see it) 

 

I Googled Karen and she is listed as a Registered Dental Hygienist. I’m not sure why the JJ show called her a dentist. I Googled her because I couldn’t believe this gullible, pathetic woman had three years of postgraduate education, then passed a difficult board exam. A dental hygiene program at a good college is rigorous and nothing to sneeze at, but Ms. Karen is not a doctor. 

I love it when Byrd goes full on and gives litigants a talking to. That Mr. Pleasant was anything but.

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7 hours ago, CoachWristletJen said:

Then, she prints out his Instagram photos and claims he sent them to her? Not nice. Not nice at all. Like she really thought Judge Judy would believe that? smh

Yep, so very affected that she printed them out, then deleted the pics off her 'puter/phone.... but saved hard copies.

And, really, what was so offensive about the pics anyway? Dude in shorts/swimsuit without a shirt? another no shirt from shoulders up? This past weekend I worked outside in shorts, sandals and no shirt. Should I be worried the neighbors may be collecting signatures on a petition to get me booted from the trailer park? Or did we just not see the offensive pics?

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14 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Pool fraud-Woman who sold house says on disclosure that 15 year old above ground pool liner is OK.

She was frightening. Good lord - all that bad botox and collagen left her looking just a wee bit freaky.

It was kind of funny how her hubby went and got an itemized estimate to get the pool fixed. No, he didn't need to have it done. He was just bored that day and getting prices for items he didn't need gave him something to do.

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8 hours ago, SRTouch said:

Yep, so very affected that she printed them out, then deleted the pics off her 'puter/phone.... but saved hard copies.

And, really, what was so offensive about the pics anyway? Dude in shorts/swimsuit without a shirt? another no shirt from shoulders up? This past weekend I worked outside in shorts, sandals and no shirt. Should I be worried the neighbors may be collecting signatures on a petition to get me booted from the trailer park? Or did we just not see the offensive pics?

What she chose to wear on TV was far more offensive than the pics of her boss. Boggles the mind to think she looked in the mirror and thought: bra showing.......check. Underwear showing......check. Jiggly belly rolls showing......check. I'm ready for my television debut! I was glad JJ saw through her and was kind of hoping she would award the defendant more than the wages.

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As Oprah has said to her guests "You're on national and syndicated tv, in front of millions of people.  If you're not dressing up today, when do you dress up?"

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17 hours ago, CoachWristletJen said:

Seemed pretty obvious that Elena Menz's sexual harassment claims were made up. Here's this bulbous, unattractive woman accusing this very fit guy of sexually harassing her? Yeah, right, lady... that happened. 

Then, she prints out his Instagram photos and claims he sent them to her? Not nice. Not nice at all. Like she really thought Judge Judy would believe that? smh

Yep. Scammers hurt everyone with a legit claim.  I can't stand people like that.  He should have gotten more money, IMO, because with the current climate, someone could have taken themselves to enact violence on that man or his business based on her bogus claims.  I once worked with a woman like her (although the woman I worked with was prettier and better dressed).  Supervisor was hard on her somewhat deservedly, so she claimed harassment, and got him fired.  He supposedly looked down her shirt.  Replacement supervisor got the same treatment when he realized she was essentially BS-ing her way through work when someone would realize she really wasn't performing well.  That 2nd supervisor had been there for many years (in a different capacity) and that surprised me.  He was ANGRY as he was leaving, and I don't blame him.  The next supervisor was a woman, and my former co-worker quit.  Big shock.

Did I hear correctly that Mr. Ben-Israel said he helps people lose weight?  If so, then I wonder if he made an offer to help her lose weight and she was offended?

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52 minutes ago, Quof said:

As Oprah has said to her guests "You're on national and syndicated tv, in front of millions of people.  If you're not dressing up today, when do you dress up?"

That's the sad part: They think they ARE dressed their best/most sexy/most attention-getting.

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3 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

That's the sad part: They think they ARE dressed their best/most sexy/most attention-getting.

Yep, all dressed up for clubbing with no idea of what appropriate courtroom apparel would be. Heck most of these fools have a smart phone permanently attached to their hand - simple Internet search would provide appropriate attire - with pictures and shopping locations.

https://m.wikihow.com/Dress-for-a-Court-Hearing

Hey, even has a picture of a cross with a red x saying this is a no-no

Course if these yahoos start dressing appropriately half the entertainment value would be lost ???

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14 minutes ago, SRTouch said:

Our litigants have violated every single rule there: Flashy, tight clothes, long fake daggers, giant crucifixes, nightclub make-up, chiffon, sequins, plunging necklines, strippers heels etc.

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Watch out for plunging necklines on dresses. You’re not trying to date the judge.

 

16 minutes ago, SRTouch said:

Course if these yahoos start dressing appropriately half the entertaunment value would be lost

This is true.

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2 hours ago, SRTouch said:

Yep, all dressed up for clubbing with no idea of what appropriate courtroom apparel would be.

If you get called up for jury duty, it will give you a whole new appreciation for watching Judge Judy.

I headed into court the first day of jury duty wearing a button up shirt and slacks, but no tie or jacket.  I was actually a little worried about being under dressed.

You would not believe how many of our fellow citizens showed up for jury duty wearing shorts and flip flops.  It was so bad that I actually wondered to myself if the defendant had been found guilty, could he go for a mistrial based on,  "If these jurors can't even wear shoes to court, how can they be trusted to find me innocent or guilty?"

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A colleague who practises family law tells the story of preparing a client for trial.   The woman cursed like a sailor and the lawyer tried to make her understand she couldn't swear like that in court, because it's a very formal occasion.  "No fucking problem," she said.

The next day, she arrived in a strapless, full length gown. Because court is a very formal occasion. 

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8 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:
23 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Pool fraud-Woman who sold house says on disclosure that 15 year old above ground pool liner is OK.

She was frightening. Good lord - all that bad botox and collagen left her looking just a wee bit freaky.

 

And I was cackling when JJ hit her with, "A woman with a double process..." Hee!

I was equally enjoying JJ making the scammer with the saddest red wig ever stumble over her stupid story.  Yeah, you were doing your girl a favor by hiding her car at your house.  She as much admitted in the hallway interview that she scammed her lifelong friend.  "She's mad that she got finessed."  TRASH.

Mr. Gonzalez with the impounded car.  I don't know about NY but Philadelphia will snatch your vehicle in a heartbeat for expired inspection.  They even have a name for it:  The Live Stop program.

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What a stupid couple of litigants. I agree the dog from the other day was smarter than both of these fools.   So p. finances a Dodge Dart for d., d. claims p. was only hiding the car with her, and she only had to pay insurance, and the insurance amount was just about the monthly cost for a used Dodge Dart (amazing coincidence that the amounts are about the same, or d. pays a freaking ton for car insurance).    Of course d. totaled it, and the insurance didn't pay enough, so p. wants the shortfall on what insurance paid, vs. what she still owes.     

Too bad infant d. didn't get a big payout for the lead poisoning, (from a 1999 case)because she still seems to be suffering the after effects of that, in being below 50 IQ points.  Yes, some guardian sued years ago for lead poisoning, and lost.     

I can't believe plaintiff was so stupid as to finance this car, when the defendant makes so little money, and has such bad credit.  On a shallow note, what the hell is on the defendant's eyes?   Huge fake eyelashes, or caterpillars she glued on?      Byrd also got interrupted doing 9 Down on his puzzle to listen to this garbage.   

Car with expired (last year) inspection gets pulled over after dropping car owner at the airport, and meandering his way home.    The car got pulled over for expired inspection, they search the car and found weed, pills, and case was later dismissed.   My guess is since it wasn't in his name, they couldn't prove if the driver and friend owned the drugs, or if the jerky car owner owned it, so they tossed it.      Idiot car owner wants money the ticket and impound cost, which is over $300.     New York requires valid inspection, and many areas emissions testing, and can't be reregistered until the inspection is valid.     Car owner wanted moving costs, because he had to move from pill/weed user as a roommate, and moving out would look better for his custody battle.   By the way, my reading is that if you don't have a valid inspection, then you don't have a valid registration, and they will tow you.       

Soldier went to Alaska-D. agreed to store his truck on her property til he got back.     D. and P. have braces or right arm casts, and P. is limping, I wonder if the hotel has a video of the fight they had last night?         He stored his truck with her, and gun under the back seat of truck, gun is long gone, and he has zero proof of who did it.  Defendant, who is wearing a lovely night clubbing dress, claims his Sergeant picked up the gun.    However, he left his truck on her property, and it was trashed, and license plate switched.      He found receipts in truck for gas, and she was driving his truck a lot.  OMG!  Defendant approached the bench without permission.   

Apparently, the defendant ripped the front wheel almost off.  It costs $4700 to get it fixed.    He gets $1500, because he can't prove the other $3,200 was her damage.

D. claims towing, and no receipts, no money of course.  She also wants $350 a month and utilities, and JJ told her to stuff it.   Defendant claims he lived there for 10 days, and that made him a roommate.  

Loan, rent, and dog with idiot boyfriend defendant.    P. took his phone, apparently saw evidence of ho activity, and they had a fight over house temperature (no I'm not joking).    I'm upset, apparently d. has no idea where dog is, but I'm hoping that a lie, and he got the dog a good home.      I hate this heifer plaintiff already, and on a superficial note, next time buy that dress two sizes bigger so I don't have to see every bump of lard.  She took his phone, and made some calls, I suspect to his other tramps, they had a fight, she never returned his phone, but changed it to her phone.     He doesn't have to pay ho rent after he moved out.   Now JJ gets to the big issue, where is the dog?    She claims he stole the dog, and the police refused to make a report.   Defendant still says he doesn't know where dog is.     I love she's trying to sue for the cost of the dog, and she got it as a gift seven years ago.   And plaintiff just said the dog came back on his own-what a bad dog owner she is, and what a freaking liar she is.     Plaintiff gets nothing, and deserves nothing either.    I'm not sure how the phone came out, because I was so ticked that plaintiff kept talking like the dog was permanently gone, and they finally admits the poor animal came back.      Next time he should follow the old rule, "Never sleep with anyone crazier than you are".   

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5 minutes ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

The car got pulled over for expired inspection

I expect the car got pulled over for a driving infraction (at least a warning).  The police can't see the inspection sticker while the car's in motion.

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It depends on the state.   Years ago my military dad had a home base of my mother's state (no idea why, it was a bad move), which required inspections.   Every freaking time we had to go visit my mother's parents in that state, we would get pulled over by the state troopers, after going through the toll booth.   They sat there, looked for inspections, and valid stickers on the license plate (they were color coded by month and year, so it was easy to tell they were good), and nailed a lot of people every day.     We got used to getting stopped because it happened every time we went for the lousy visits to the grandparents.     Dad would have to show his military i.d., and show proof of where we lived, and then the officer would let us go.    Dad finally started getting it inspected when we went to the state, so we wouldn't get pulled over.   

In this case I bet you're right, and the idiot either did a big no-no with the car, or the officer was parked and noticed the inspection sticker was the wrong color, or something.   And everyone's right, in Philadelphia the car would have been instantly towed, tickets issued on the spot, and the owner would have to go to court to pay the tickets, and pay the tow fees, and get it towed off the lot.   No valid registration because of bad inspection means you have to surrender the plates.    So he would then have to get the inspection done, fix anything they found wrong, then get emissions tests maybe, and then reregister the car.    Of course, by then his insurance at fly by night insurance would have expired, or be cancelled, so he still couldn't drive it.   

I think I've learned a lot watching Parking Wars.   

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6 hours ago, TheLastKidPicked said:

If you get called up for jury duty, it will give you a whole new appreciation for watching Judge Judy.

I headed into court the first day of jury duty wearing a button up shirt and slacks, but no tie or jacket.  I was actually a little worried about being under dressed.

You would not believe how many of our fellow citizens showed up for jury duty wearing shorts and flip flops.  It was so bad that I actually wondered to myself if the defendant had been found guilty, could he go for a mistrial based on,  "If these jurors can't even wear shoes to court, how can they be trusted to find me innocent or guilty?"

It must be different here. I was called for jury duty a couple years ago and when we went to the courtroom for the selection process, the judge very sternly told those dressed in shorts, flipflops, tanks tops and low cut tops that that type of clothing was not appropriate or tolerated if they were selected to serve on the jury. She said if jurors showed up dressed inappropriately, they would be told to leave and cited for contempt for wasting the court's time. I wound up being selected and wore nice jeans, a sweater and closed toe shoes. Most of my fellow jurors wore jeans but they weren't all shredded and were clean. There was no boobage or titty tats in the courtroom!?

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2 hours ago, SuburbanHangSuite said:

I was equally enjoying JJ making the scammer with the saddest red wig ever stumble over her stupid story.  Yeah, you were doing your girl a favor by hiding her car at your house.  She as much admitted in the hallway interview that she scammed her lifelong friend.  "She's mad that she got finessed."  TRASH.

Yep

2 hours ago, SuburbanHangSuite said:

Mr. Gonzalez with the impounded car.  I don't know about NY but Philadelphia will snatch your vehicle in a heartbeat for expired inspection.  They even have a name for it:  The Live Stop program.

I don't know about NY either.... but, even if they don't impound the vehicle the first time - by idiot's own testimony this was the second time this vehicle was stopped for an expired sticker.... how many times does he figure cops should let a vehicle drive away with a ticket or warning with an expired SAFETY inspection sticker (to me, once could be one too many. Can you imagine the uproar if cop gave a warning and a few miles later someone is hurt because of something the safety inspection would have identified/prevented.)

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10 hours ago, funky-rat said:

Yep. Scammers hurt everyone with a legit claim.  I can't stand people like that.  He should have gotten more money, IMO, because with the current climate, someone could have taken themselves to enact violence on that man or his business based on her bogus claims.  I once worked with a woman like her (although the woman I worked with was prettier and better dressed).  Supervisor was hard on her somewhat deservedly, so she claimed harassment, and got him fired.  He supposedly looked down her shirt.  Replacement supervisor got the same treatment when he realized she was essentially BS-ing her way through work when someone would realize she really wasn't performing well.  That 2nd supervisor had been there for many years (in a different capacity) and that surprised me.  He was ANGRY as he was leaving, and I don't blame him.  The next supervisor was a woman, and my former co-worker quit.  Big shock.

Did I hear correctly that Mr. Ben-Israel said he helps people lose weight?  If so, then I wonder if he made an offer to help her lose weight and she was offended?

Might also be that she was just crushing on him and her affections were not reciprocated. He took one look at her and thought, "Uh, no." And, she got mad.

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50 minutes ago, CoachWristletJen said:

Might also be that she was just crushing on him and her affections were not reciprocated. He took one look at her and thought, "Uh, no." And, she got mad.

That's exactly what I thought. She was trying to make it sound like he took just her out to dinner and drinks. But, before she got the boot, his witness  piped up and said another employee was also at dinner. I loved JJ shooting her down when she batted her eyelashes and acted all innocent saying she didn't partake of any alcohol.

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19 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

She was frightening. Good lord - all that bad botox and collagen left her looking just a wee bit freaky.

It was kind of funny how her hubby went and got an itemized estimate to get the pool fixed. No, he didn't need to have it done. He was just bored that day and getting prices for items he didn't need gave him something to do.

She gave me the willies, too. It's mind-boggling to me  that so many people essentially pay to have their faces vandalized.

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12 hours ago, CoachWristletJen said:

Might also be that she was just crushing on him and her affections were not reciprocated.

I found both of them to be very unappealing and dim-witted. She's a dopey liar who made fake evidence and he's another gape-jawed idiot, who, when asked for the only proof he needed to rebut plaintiff's accusation about being owed money, gives the usual, "Duh... I don't have that on me." I bet he doesn't have it anywhere else either, cuz that's how he does business.

4 hours ago, jilliannatalia said:

It's mind-boggling to me  that so many people essentially pay to have their faces vandalized.

"Vandalized!" Great description!

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The pool case also made me wonder if excessive botox and fillers makes you stupid, or if that woman was an idiot before she 'vandalized' her face.   Even though the house was sold "as is", I'm wondering if the homeowners could have sued for a lot more because of the fraud they could prove?      The seller was lucky the buyers didn't really go after her.  

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Just watched the latest.

So some woman wanted Robert ("I don't know the word "YES") Gonzalez, who was suing his friend, Zeb, he who had a "little bit of grass and a little bit of pills" in the car Robert let him drive. Robert is simply repulsive and annoying in every way possible, yet some woman not only wanted him, but wanted to breed with him! Yes, she did! Another woman in the last stages of terminal desperation. OMG.

Are the Marines now also in such a state of desperation for warm bodies they will take on the silly Goofy who thought it was a capital idea to march off to training and leave his gun lying around - either under the backseat of his "muddin'" truck or under the bed of the highly irritating def. in her trowled-on makeup, tight red dress and smug smirk? Both of them had some sort of brace or cast on their right arms. The truck just need a "ball bearing" she says with the kind of certainty that comes from her vast experience as a mechanic. I'm sure she's right.

Then I watched Nalomi(?) suing her former bestie, Anashatier (such a lofty name for someone so freakin' dumb she can barely formulate a yes or no answer) who was decked out in a terribly janky-ass wig, huge fake eyelashes, facial piercing and fake talons, can't keep a job, has horrible credit, yet needed a 2016 Dodge Dart which she couldn't drive without crashing nearly immediately. Plantiff seemed to agree Anashatier needed such a new car and was willing to put her own credit on the line even though she knows A. doesn't pay her debts, and stupidly puts the car in her name, so is stuck with the balance owing.

Nalomi had some words of wisdom in the hall: "Don't help out people that can't help they own damned self." Sing it, Nalomi.

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Started catching up on last week's cases. Made it halfway through the long-haired blonde woman who met her crossed-arms dream boat online and proceeded to fork over tons of cash. I believe she had cash in the house, and gave it to him, despite JJ's admonitions against having cash in the house.  But I couldn't even make it all the way through listening to that nonsense.  Having read all about it here, it was all just too incredibly stupid to listen to.

They were together, what, a couple of weeks before she doled out the moolah?  And he was going to buy a million dollar home?  Amazing, and not in a good way.

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