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Judge Judy
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Feb 7, 2014 04:24:01   #
GypsyRose
 
My DH and I are ardent fans of Judge Judy. We wondered when a plaintiff is awarded large sums of money, how they get it when the defendant is out of work or has no money available. Has anyone out there the answer ?
 
Feb 7, 2014 04:28:32   #
mavisb
 
I too love Judge Judy. I often wonder how they pay and does the winner ever get their money.
Feb 7, 2014 04:33:11   #
jgarrett28
 
the show pays it up to $2500.00.
Feb 7, 2014 04:40:09   #
GypsyRose
 
Thanks for that information. That has put our minds at rest.
Feb 7, 2014 05:01:25   #
kiwiannie
 
My DH and i never miss judge Judy,we too are fans. :thumbup: :thumbup:
Feb 7, 2014 10:02:57   #
eggplantlady
 
Does anyone know if you can watch Judge Judy online?
 
Feb 7, 2014 10:23:36   #
Sherry1
 
If you have a judgement against you then the court can come after your assets or future wages beyond what the show pays. Remember OJ? He lost a civil case and always claimed he had no money....
Feb 7, 2014 12:30:39   #
Irish knitter (a regular here)
 
They don't keep her there because she beautiful...they keep her there because she's smart!!!
AND....
Ummmmm is not a word!

Look up here right in my eyes....

am I a Judge Judy fan? You can be the judge of that!
Feb 8, 2014 07:11:37   #
Knitter forever
 
I like her too. Sometimes I think she is a little harsh with her answers.
Feb 8, 2014 08:12:49   #
LBush1144
 
I love Judge Judy, and sometimes when I think she's a bit harsh, I remember that she is privy to information that I do not have. She does have some really dumb people on her show. I, for one, would not go on national TV and tell the world that I had vandalized someone's property or that I had slept with someone other than my husband. But, for some reason, I am a rule/law follower. I guess that is the teacher in me. I love Judge Judy's comments such as, "don't pee on my leg and tell me it's raining." Recently, I heard her say "you cooked your goose ten minutes ago." The girl replied, "I don't eat goose."
Such intelligence! But it was entertaining.
Feb 8, 2014 08:53:46   #
czechmate
 
she is a tough cookie but I have seen her give bad judgement s too.
 
Feb 8, 2014 09:25:17   #
Charlotte80
 
czechmate wrote:
she is a tough cookie but I have seen her give bad judgement s too.


I agree.
Feb 8, 2014 11:01:09   #
amberdragon
 
czechmate wrote:
she is a tough cookie but I have seen her give bad judgement s too.


i am not a fan of judge judy i have only watched her program once...so maybe i'm not a good judge!!
Feb 8, 2014 11:13:32   #
Cindy S (a regular here)
 
eggplantlady wrote:
Does anyone know if you can watch Judge Judy online?


There are lots of replay videos of Judge Judy on Youtube.
Feb 8, 2014 16:57:58   #
aljellie (a regular here)
 
Sherry1 wrote:
If you have a judgement against you then the court can come after your assets or future wages beyond what the show pays. Remember OJ? He lost a civil case and always claimed he had no money....


That's only if it is a judgment from a "real" or constitutional court, not a TV show "court" like Judge Judy. Often in a real court the prevailing plaintiff ends up with a judgment in his or her favor, but never collects because the defendant has no income or assets. Plaintiff just ends up with a piece of paper saying "yes, your'e right." Sometimes it just isn't worth the cost or aggravation of filing suit.
Ellie
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