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I'm wondering if the small claims case for the doves was a cover, and the plaintiff and her relatives (apparently the entire family works for her), stole the birds back?     I guess we'll never know.  

 

The gofundme for the escort woman has a goal of $3k, and raised over $1k.      I hope the fool did a background check on her future dream man, and had more sense than she showed on TV, and realizes when you have little kids you need to vet future partners carefully.   As others on here who actually read things first, the GFM is from 2015, and apparently the 'love of her life' is not the Prince Charming he was supposed to be, or else he didn't want to be the meal ticket for SSMOT (sainted single mother of two) and her two kids, and I hope the two kids aren't with that woman any longer.  

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13 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

Oh, and if any of you are feeling generous and want to help pay for Ms.Raub's dream wedding, please donate:

https://www.gofundme.com/shane-michelle619

*please note one of the comments from a non-fan who caught her stint on JJ*

 

26 minutes ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

The gofundme for the escort woman has a goal of $3k, and raised over $1k.      I hope the fool did a background check on her future dream man, and had more sense than she showed on TV, and realizes when you have little kids you need to vet future partners carefully.  

I looked, and that GFM was put up in 2015, so I'm wondering if that was her "I was going through a divorce" ex.  It sounds like she was working in the bar then too.

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I guess either the wedding never happened, or they were divorced before the month was out.     I guess he didn't have enough money to support her, and her lifestyle.   I guess her vow to quit drinking didn't happen, and her insurance broker job didn't either.  

Good catch on the date on the GFM, I never look at that.    

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I was watching the case of Kathleen Bihm and (first name?) Allahverdi when my power went out - the case of him misusing her Home Depot card.  It was just at the time JJ was grilling her about their past relationship - Bihm said there was no intimacy but the younger Allahverdi had been asking her out. JJ warned her that she may be making it worse by pursuing that line of the case, that's when my screen went black.  Was there any good dirt?  Allahverdi seemed like a loose cannon who couldn't control his rambling while the judge was talking, so I wonder if he was also a nightmare to date.   Thanks. 

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JJ MUST RETIRE!!!  This episode (little girl crashes into side of lady's car, causes damage to car and herself) is WRONG, Judy!  This may be the worst ruling she has ever made!  Lady in her car (on the street, either parked or stopping) did absolutely nothing wrong!  And Judy, being the wise-ass she always is, has to to do several hypotheticals "what if the child was killed?"  She should be disbarred for this one.  It is the CHILD'S FAULT.  100%.  Sorry she is a tiny human but it is HER FAULT.  I'm so done with you, you stupid ivory-tower bitch!

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35 minutes ago, Brattinella said:

JJ MUST RETIRE!!!  This episode (little girl crashes into side of lady's car, causes damage to car and herself) is WRONG, Judy!  This may be the worst ruling she has ever made!  Lady in her car (on the street, either parked or stopping) did absolutely nothing wrong!  And Judy, being the wise-ass she always is, has to to do several hypotheticals "what if the child was killed?"  She should be disbarred for this one.  It is the CHILD'S FAULT.  100%.  Sorry she is a tiny human but it is HER FAULT.  I'm so done with you, you stupid ivory-tower bitch!

I believe we had a lively discussion on the airing of this the first time.  JJ was wrong then too.

I've noticed when it's veehickle vs. rugrat, she almost always blames the veehickle.  As a very cautious driver, I have had unattended kids dart out in front and behind me.  A few times in a parking lot with the SSM a few dozen feet away on the damn phone.

Perhaps, JJ should quiz one of her limo drivers about the little heathens darting around veehickles....

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Misuse of Home Depot Credit Card-Young mechanic, who is in business with his younger brother, and probably does all kinds of all cash transactions, calls his friend's mother, and borrows her Home Depot credit card, and charges over $3,200, and won't pay for it.   Plaintiff also found out about another $500 or so later, but after she filed the case, so JJ only gives the woman $3,200 +.  

JJ claims the IRS will love giving attention to the family business, and I hope they do, and the state tax people also, wherever they were from. 

The young man claims the plaintiff was hot for him, but both say they never hooked up.    However, after the credit card kerfuffle, when the plaintiff wanted to make a police report about the $3,200 +, plaintiff claims the defendant told people that she was on drugs, gave her late son drugs (he died of an OD), and all kinds of stories to the day care licensing authority.   The p. runs a day care, and was worried about the fallout from filing a police report about the younger man.  

Rerun-Kid ran into street, hit woman's mirror, and crossing guard testifies for plaintiff.     I totally blame the kid and her idiot mother for this.  Kid was jaywalking, and I bet it happens a lot.   However, I wonder if there's a police report that says something different than the d. or p.'s stories, such as speed was much more, or something about driving records?      I bet this kid has had a lot of close calls, and Mommy backs her every time.     P. doesn't get money for the mirror, and I suspect it's under her insurance deductible.      I dislike both sides in this case.   The little girl never looks at her mother, and is just standing there staring, and that seems really odd to me. 

My personal suspicion is not only is JJ usually pro-rug rat v. vehicle, but I think that if the d. lost a penny, even though it wasn't her money, that the girl would have been in real trouble with mom.    The mother didn't seem all that upset about the kid's injuries either, but just trying to get money for what was probably covered by either her insurance, or the p.'s insurance already, and my guess is there was some pain and suffering to get the insurance case to go away too.    Or else the police said the kid was at fault, and the insurance company told the d. to pound sand.           My guess is that kid is used to being the scapegoat for everything that goes wrong with mommy's life.      

I disagree with the decision, but I wonder if there's something else that wasn't brought up in court?    I wonder about mommy's boyfriend, who claimed to be the stepfather?     Something strange going on with this case.    D. has counterclaim, and gets nothing, and still doesn't even seem to notice her daughter.    .     

Rerun #2-p. suing d. for unpaid bail money, and hardship.    Another desperate woman, who just can't wait to pay for things for her law breaking boyfriend.   I love how the p. is trying to say he was arrested for warrants, and as we all know that doesn't equal an arrest.    Arrested for domestic violence, and failure to appear, and it wasn't the defendant, but a girl friend with some of his kids, who he was boinking at the same time.   And the village idiot defendant calls p. and Miss Desperate does bail for the woman-beating loser.   He was on $50,000 bail, she had to put down 4%, and $2k cash.        He has to go to classes for the DV charge, I guess to teach him not to leave witnesses?     

He hasn't paid a penny for his $2k bail, because "he doesn't agree with it".    They broke up when the other woman (his long term gf, apparently the DV victim, called the plaintiff and told her that he was still seeing her), and defendant says that the p. paid for his viagra.    I could have done without that last tidbit. 

When Byrd heard the charge he gave his full attention to the defendant, and I think wanted to show him what violence really is.     

I hate both sides in this case.          

 

Another thought on the kid running into the side of the van case-Isn't the damage to the kid, and the mirror a lot for a very low speed crash that the p. testified about?      I think she was going a lot faster to cause that much damage to the mirror.    And there was something off about the accident itself with the direction the kid went, and where the accident happened to cause that much damage.   Something was really wrong with the evidence.      Many vehicles have mirrors that fold in, so I wonder why the mirror didn't just fold up?    

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Home Depot credit card case:

 

JJ (repeatedly): IT IS A VERY BAD IDEA FOR YOU TO GO INTO DETAIL ABOUT WHATEVER RELATIONSHIP YOU HAD WITH THE DEFENDANT. VERY BAD.

Plaintiff: Okay. (proceeds to go into detail)

 

I'm glad JJ finally put her out of her misery and just gave her the money for the amount on the credit card before kicking them both out.

 

For yesterday, I agree there was something weird going on with the doves. Whatever happened, I'm fairly confident the defendant was in on it, because who steals doves? And if they're as well-trained as the plaintiff said, wouldn't they eventually just fly back to one of their houses? Unless the dove thief decided to pick up dove training as a hobby?

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1 hour ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

plaintiff claims the defendant told people that she was on drugs, gave her late son drugs (he died of an OD),

 

1 hour ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Arrested for domestic violence, and failure to appear, and it wasn't the defendant, but a girl friend with some of his kids, who he was boinking at the same time.   And the village idiot defendant calls p. and Miss Desperate does bail for the woman-beating loser. 

 

1 hour ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

his long term gf, apparently the DV victim, called the plaintiff and told her that he was still seeing her), and defendant says that the p. paid for his viagra. 

Thank you. I will skip all the above. I've had my fill of scumbags/creeps/pathetic women and asshole losers for one day.

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2 hours ago, zillabreeze said:

I believe we had a lively discussion on the airing of this the first time.  JJ was wrong then too.

I've noticed when it's veehickle vs. rugrat, she almost always blames the veehickle.  As a very cautious driver, I have had unattended kids dart out in front and behind me.  A few times in a parking lot with the SSM a few dozen feet away on the damn phone.

Perhaps, JJ should quiz one of her limo drivers about the little heathens darting around veehickles....

When JJ was haranguing the plaintiff with the "what if the child had been killed" question, I wanted her to yell back, "Woulda, coulda, shoulda . . . that's NOT what happened."

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57 minutes ago, AngelaHunter said:

I've had my fill of scumbags/creeps/pathetic women and asshole losers for one day.

Well, tomorrow is another day.

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18 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Misuse of Home Depot Credit Card-Young mechanic, who is in business with his younger brother, and probably does all kinds of all cash transactions, calls his friend's mother, and borrows her Home Depot credit card, and charges over $3,200, and won't pay for it.   Plaintiff also found out about another $500 or so later, but after she filed the case, so JJ only gives the woman $3,200 +.  

JJ claims the IRS will love giving attention to the family business, and I hope they do, and the state tax people also, wherever they were from. 

The young man claims the plaintiff was hot for him, but both say they never hooked up.    However, after the credit card kerfuffle, when the plaintiff wanted to make a police report about the $3,200 +, plaintiff claims the defendant told people that she was on drugs, gave her late son drugs (he died of an OD), and all kinds of stories to the day care licensing authority.   The p. runs a day care, and was worried about the fallout from filing a police report about the younger man. 

Watched this last night and deleted it afterward, so I can't go back and re-watch it. Correct me if I get this wrong, but did it seem to anyone else that JJ was unusually dismissive of the plaintiff's defamation of character claim even before the discussion of a possible relationship came up? Did she think that there was truth to the defendant's accusations so she just never entertained the suit aside from glancing at the papers? I agree there's something weird about the whole situation between these people, but if the defendant did in fact make a false CPS report (and there's little doubt in my mind that he did), he was completely in the wrong and must be held accountable. She usually rakes defendants over the coals for falsely calling CPS in order to get back at someone.

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The entire misuse of the Home Depot credit card was strange.     I think there may have not been a physical relationship, but I think the woman wanted one, and let herself be taken advantage of by the younger man.     It was despicable if the young man actually said any of the things the plaintiff said he did, especially about the son's death.     I don't think you can ever find out who made the allegations to CPS, and it could easily have been someone else that disliked the woman, from an angry client's parent, to some ex of the young man, or someone who blamed her for the son's death.     I don't know her, and I didn't like her either, and I'm not sure I believe everything she said was exactly the truth.    I also thought the slimy defendant was a total jerk, cheating the IRS (which I hope has now caught up to him), and was a scammer.  If the plaintiff has proof, she should file police charges about him using the card after the charges she was paid for, and since everyone knows her dirty business, she shouldn't have to worry about the defendant trying to blackmail her.  

OK, after rethinking this, the mechanic and the HD card lady were definitely an item, and I really want to know if they were together at the hotel, but I guess I never will know.   The Urban Dictionary cinches that suspicion for me.  

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SERIOUSLY, they are pre-empting JJ for a special report on hoaxes?

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21 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

The young man claims the plaintiff was hot for him, but both say they never hooked up. 

I think they were both lying about the nature of their relationship. I knew it the second he mentioned he sent her "U up?" text. From Urban Dictionary:

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I think appearing on JJ was just an easy way for them to get paid back for the ridiculous amount of money they spent on the credit card. 

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14 minutes ago, Giant Misfit said:

I think appearing on JJ was just an easy way for them to get paid back for the ridiculous amount of money they spent on the credit card. 

Are you suggesting they may have saved the production company on hotel fare? (Still haven't seen the episode)

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1 hour ago, Giant Misfit said:

I think they were both lying about the nature of their relationship. I knew it the second he mentioned he sent her "U up?" text. From Urban Dictionary:

So in other words, they was "boo'd up"? I love how this show expands my vocabulary.

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13 minutes ago, AngelaHunter said:

So in other words, they was "boo'd up"? I love how this show expands my vocabulary.

They was "talkin'" . . . 

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Good news-Two new shows this afternoon.  Very Bad News-First case is a horrible dog case.

This first one is one to avoid for a lot of people. 

Thanksgiving Pit Bull Terrorism-Kind people invited a family friend, her stupid boyfriend, and his 11 year old to Thanksgiving dinner, which is also the female plaintiff's birthday.    The day before, or more likely in my view, the day of , or just showed up with Cujo.   The d. had the dog for an entire month before this happened.  During the visit, Cujo the Pit Bull is in the back yard, the 3 pound Yorkie was attacked, and Cujo killed the Yorkie in front of the horrified Thanksgiving diners, including the female defendant who had the dog for 12 years.   Idiot defendant still makes endless excuses how the Yorkie attacked his dog (bet the P.B. was unneutered too), and the P.B. was defending itself.     There were no vet bills, and the defendant seems really happy about that, because he thinks the fact the poor little dog died in the yard without seeing a vet will let his sorry butt off the hook.    JJ has several articles taped to her desk top about fatal P.B. attacks, and reams the loser a new one, and awards the plaintiffs $5,000.      P.B owner halterview is pathetic.    Bet d. still has the dog, and still tries to drag it to every event he can.   

After Cancelled Mexican Vacation Woman Retrieved her Van from their garage by breaking in-D. woman has the cheapest wig I've seen in a long time, probably from the producers big bag of disguises.   P. claims after busted vacation to Mexico, the D.'s stole their van from the locked garage at the p.'s house, and broke into her house.    D. and P. had a huge fight, D. came home early, and the van was 'stolen' out of the garage, and garage was damaged.   There is a phony witness for the p., who saw someone breaking into the garage, but since he didn't call the police, JJ tells him he's a liar, and he is.   The d.'s claim the p. told them to break into her garage to get the van out, another lie.     These people are all nuts, and I suspect the cheap liquor in Mexico was a great incentive to take that vacation there, and probably fueled every argument they had.   D.'s also want travel expenses, and claim their van was outside of the locked garage, even though no one had been home to get the van out of the garage.     Plaintiff gets $1,550 for the door damage.

Second new episode today-Woman Hit in Head with Chair at Party--Defendant, the 18 year old teen party planner of the drunken brawl, and the 18 year old friend, threw a drunken bash with lots of people, in his grandma, mom, and family member's house.      The Instagram invite is a "Wet & Wild Pool Party", with lots of booze, except they advertise "no outside liquor", meaning they sell liquor there.   Bet the 21 year old sister of the party planner bought the booze, or even worse his mother.      This party is the second these losers threw, that they admit to.    At the drunken brawl, the chair was thrown, hit the plaintiff, and injured her.     As JJ said, everyone looked unusually happy for a no booze party.   

A lawyer said the case for the plaintiff wasn't enough to make it worth their efforts.     Who would think that an Instagram invite would result in an out of control, drunken brawl?   Bet the neighbors love little Gyasi and his family, and their drunken brawls. Plaintiff gets $5000, and Byrd wants to remove the idiot defendant by the hair.     Gyasi says his future events will be at a club, good luck renting one of those after this airs.  I bet the person who will rent the club or event hall will be the same ones that supplied booze for both parties, grandma, and mom, and maybe the sister did too.  I hope the liquor control board, local chief of police, and anyone else in law enforcement keeps an eye on Gyasi and Co. boozy party planners.      And if grandma is only a renter, I hope her landlord saw this too. 

Tomorrow is a hair nightmare, I think the second case.  

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31 minutes ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Second new episode today-Woman Hit in Head with Chair at Party--Defendant, the 18 year old teen party planner of the drunken brawl, and the 18 year old friend, threw a drunken bash with lots of people, in his grandma, mom, and family member's house.

Very impressive how little "Gyasi" and his business partner are in the party business, throwing events at which no one has a drink of any kind, (haha!) since neither of them are old enough to drink. Grandma apparently approved of this debacle, or maybe not. As Gyasi says, "She can't stop me". Females get into these social events of the season for half the price of males! Woo hoo! Looked like fun in that video. Captains of industry, they are. Gyasi tried his best to make JJ understand the finer points of law, but was unsuccessful. I was waiting for JJ to say, "Byrd, go grab them by those big turds hanging off the backs of their cement heads and throw them out."

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1 hour ago, AngelaHunter said:
3 hours ago, Giant Misfit said:

I think they were both lying about the nature of their relationship. I knew it the second he mentioned he sent her "U up?" text. From Urban Dictionary:

So in other words, they was "boo'd up"? I love how this show expands my vocabulary.

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Judge Judy should air on PBS...it's educational for us all!

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6 minutes ago, AngelaHunter said:

Very impressive how little "Gyasi" and his business partner are in the party business, throwing events at which no one has a drink of any kind, (haha!) since neither of them are old enough to drink. Grandma apparently approved of this debacle, or maybe not. As Gyasi says, "She can't stop me". Females get into these social events of the season for half the price of males! Woo hoo! Looked like fun in that video. Captains of industry, they are. Gyasi tried his best to make JJ understand the finer points of law, but was unsuccessful. I was waiting for JJ to say, "Byrd, go grab them by those big turds hanging off the backs of their cement heads and throw them out."

ROFLOL!!

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28 minutes ago, AngelaHunter said:

Very impressive how little "Gyasi" and his business partner are in the party business, throwing events at which no one has a drink of any kind, (haha!) since neither of them are old enough to drink. Grandma apparently approved of this debacle, or maybe not. As Gyasi says, "She can't stop me". Females get into these social events of the season for half the price of males! Woo hoo! Looked like fun in that video. Captains of industry, they are. Gyasi tried his best to make JJ understand the finer points of law, but was unsuccessful. I was waiting for JJ to say, "Byrd, go grab them by those big turds hanging off the backs of their cement heads and throw them out."

Not to mention that the buddy, who claimed to be in charge of taking money at the door, had no idea how much money they took in and was vague about how much money they paid the DJ.  He also just wandered away from the door and let the plaintiff and her friend get in for free.

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1 hour ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

After Cancelled Mexican Vacation Woman Retrieved her Van from their garage by breaking in-D. woman has the cheapest wig I've seen in a long time, probably from the producers big bag of disguises.   P. claims after busted vacation to Mexico, the D.'s stole their van from the locked garage at the p.'s house, and broke into her house.    D. and P. had a huge fight, D. came home early, and the van was 'stolen' out of the garage, and garage was damaged.   There is a phony witness for the p., who saw someone breaking into the garage, but since he didn't call the police, JJ tells him he's a liar, and he is.   The d.'s claim the p. told them to break into her garage to get the van out, another lie.     These people are all nuts, and I suspect the cheap liquor in Mexico was a great incentive to take that vacation there, and probably fueled every argument they had.   D.'s also want travel expenses, and claim their van was outside of the locked garage, even though no one had been home to get the van out of the garage.     Plaintiff gets $1,550 for the door damage.

 

I was thinking that myself, and for the defendant's sake I would hope it isn't her wig. Awful.

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I know it's the gravest of sins on the internet to say anything negative about dogs, but I was ready to stand up and cheer when JJ delivered her speech about how it's annoying to insist on bringing your dog to other people's houses, especially people you don't know well. Look, I like dogs well enough. I hate being jumped on, but I will cuddle and smoosh and love on dogs I get to know. But I don't want them in my house for various reasons. Luckily, all the yay!dogs! people we know haven't even dared asking when they come over. Maybe my resting bitch face is getting better.

 

(Cool story, bro: Once on an internet forum that had nothing to do with dogs, but where conversations can sort of meander off topic, I pointed out that -- as we've learned from JJ on multiple occasions -- that, basically, if you are approached by an unleashed dog, you're allowed to defend yourself. I admit I added the slightly snarky comment of "Don't like it? Then leash your dog!" WELL. You would have thought I posted videos of me repeatedly backing my car over puppies in my driveway just for fun. Someone actually told me I was advocating for dog haters to break into fenced yards to attack dogs with bats. Um, what? Oh, internet. Oh, you.)

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16 minutes ago, augmentedfourth said:

but I was ready to stand up and cheer when JJ delivered her speech about how it's annoying to insist on bringing your dog to other people's houses, especially people you don't know well.

I LOVE dogs and have owned a few. Never have I taken my (trained and well-behaved) dogs to anyone's house without asking first. Even then, the only people I've asked have been my brother and a very close friend, also a dog-lover - both people who wouldn't hesitate to say No if they felt like it. I wouldn't ask this of just anyone, since I feel they might agree out of politeness and don't really want canine visitors. I wouldn't want any out-of-control dogs - or kids, for that matter - rampaging around my house either.

The dog owners we see on this show, almost without exception, should not be allowed to own a guppy. They're not smart enough to own any animal or have kids.

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34 minutes ago, augmentedfourth said:

if you are approached by an unleashed dog, you're allowed to defend yourself.

I had an argument with an acquaintance on this, he had a pit bull that he claimed was "friendly" and he walked off leash. I told him that if that dog runs at me out of control I would defend myslef even if meant killing his dog. He responded that then he would kill me. Fat chance asshole, your dog attacks me then you attack me?

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I hope the poor plaintiffs in the killer pit bull case made a report to animal control.   Quite a few places will declare the animal vicious and dangerous, and it means the animal has to have certain restrictions.   Of course, someone like the defendant and his idiot girlfriend would ignore everything.     However, it does give a landlord reason to tell the person to move out, or get rid of the dog.   I couldn't believe how the defendant kept claiming a 3 lb Yorkie was attacking his Pit Bull, and it was self-defense to kill the poor little Yorkie.      I'm assuming that the plaintiff girlfriend is no longer welcome in the family homes.      I don't know how the woman plaintiff kept her cool in court, since she had the Yorkie for years, and watched that bigger dog kill it right there in front of her eyes.     I bet the defendant was saying from the second the attack happened that it was the Yorkie's fault, and he's lucky he left there in one piece.     

One reason I stopped watching a certain Animal Planet show was that the local laws said a dog that killed an animal wasn't cited, only if the animal attacked or killed a human.    I bet that's the rule where these people were from too.   

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I know how the fight started in the vacation/garage door case:  "You going out in public with that on your head?  Seriously?" 

The party case -- JJ needed to explain the difference between "responsible" (the idiot who tossed the chair) and "legally responsible" (the person who hosted the party).  I was surprised that Zachary's story matched Gyasi's story -- pretty much anyway.

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6 minutes ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

I bet that's the rule where these people were from too.   

In some places, but in a lot of rural areas, dogs killing livestock is a big issue, owners of the dogs have to pay the value of the livestock plus fines and even jail time. If your livestock is your living, having them killed is a big deal.

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38 minutes ago, DoctorK said:

In some places, but in a lot of rural areas, dogs killing livestock is a big issue, owners of the dogs have to pay the value of the livestock plus fines and even jail time. If your livestock is your living, having them killed is a big deal.

Yep, if a dog is killing your livestock (chickens, rabbits, sheep, etc) you are legally allowed to shoot them dead.  "marauding animal law".

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46 minutes ago, AuntiePam said:

I was surprised that Zachary's story matched Gyasi's story -- pretty much anyway.

Something I keep meaning to bring up here...WHY are the witnesses not left outside the courtroom until their turn?  On JJ & TPC the witness just parrots exactly what the litigants say.  Makes no sense.

On the pseudo courtshows; Judges Mablean & Karen, witnesses stay outside until called.

Have never understood why Miss "God Of All Legality" Schendlein doesn't adhear to that one oh so common court tradition .

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Kimberly had hot pants for the oily, slick, slimy, wiseguy, that dumb-brained, douchebag-haired Allahverdi. She certainly did, and she just had to make that fact known. I guess there must be a scarcity of men in her neck of the woods. Gross.

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6 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

Kimberly had hot pants for the oily, slick, slimy, wiseguy, that dumb-brained, douchebag-haired Allahverdi. She certainly did, and she just had to make that fact known. I guess there must be a scarcity of men in her neck of the woods. Gross.

Plus her name was Kim Bihm.  Life is hard, it's harder when your name rhymes.

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Yesterday I watched the re-run about the woman who claimed her neighbors chased her and beat her up after she pepper sprayed their puppy and them...I know it's an oldie but I can't remember seeing it before.  I was absolutely cheering on JJ when she flat out told her to QUIT BEING DRAMATIC and then I DON'T BELIEVE YOU!!!  She said that previously the plaintiff's puppy had "startled" her causing her to fall onto her dog and she had gotten 4K from their insurance (both dogs were unleashed).  This incident occurred when plaintiff's were walking their dog on-leash and defendant was still walking her's off leash.  They crossed paths and the defendant pepper sprayed the poor leashed puppy and then the plaintiff's son citing "Hold your Ground" law.  She later claimed they had followed her and beat her severely with the dog throwing chuck it thingy.  JJ absolutely did not believe her story and awarded plaintiff 5K.  I loved this episode.

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Re: the young woman bashed in the head with a chair -- in what universe can someone obtain medical insurance and be covered after an injury?  She said she didn't have insurance at the time, that she got insurance after she was hurt, and the insurance paid all but $100 of the hospital bill.

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8 minutes ago, AuntiePam said:

in what universe can someone obtain medical insurance and be covered after an injury? 

That's what I was wondering. Where on earth did she get retroactive insurance? It's like all these twits who run out and get auto ins. after an accident. Maybe she got the insurance right before she went to the hospital? I can't remember when she said she went.

4 hours ago, nr65000 said:

the woman who claimed her neighbors chased her and beat her up after she pepper sprayed their puppy and them

Oh, it was that one? Yeah, that was a great case. I deleted it when I heard the word "dog" not realizing it was this classic.

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Some other court shows have different procedures for witnesses because they're out getting their makeup done, and learning their lines.     Some judges never were in a court room, and some shows are scripted, and hired litigants and witnesses, who learned lines.      I think JJ doesn't isolate witnesses because she knows all of their rehearsing happened at home, and at the hotel the night before, and having the witness there gives her a chance to let the witnesses see what happens when they lie to her and get caught.  JJ, and People's Court are litigants recruited from small claims courts, and some are self-nominated on her website, some others have histories going back decades of using actors and scripts (Divorce Court-I saw that when I was a kid, and they were D-list actors).  

Also, if the witnesses weren't in the courtroom, then I wouldn't have the joy of JJ throwing them out, and Byrd booting them.   

I totally agree the woman with the pepper spray, and 'assault' case was a classic, and is a total loon.     I hope that one or the other party moved, but my guess is the rotten woman is still living in her home, terrorizing the neighborhood.    

I didn't understand how the insurance after the injury covered the bills, but maybe she meant that she had insurance after the assault, and the bills showed up later, and the insurance didn't realize they were covering her for something that happened before the insurance was effective.    I'm guessing that if anyone from her insurance company saw this, it's under review right now, and she will be getting a bill for what they covered.   Unless it was some program for crime victims?    That would have covered it retroactively.  

I know about someone who submitted a bill for surgery, but on her partner's insurance, and the insurance only covered family members that were listed, and married, so she not only got a bill for the entire hospitalization and surgery, she couldn't be covered by the insurance provider because of fraud.   So when she married, the spouse changed to a plan that wasn't involved in the fraudulent claims, and the woman was covered then.   However, insurance companies share information about fraudulent claims, so the woman really has to be careful about what she submits, and make sure it's accurate.  

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1 hour ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Also, if the witnesses weren't in the courtroom, then I wouldn't have the joy of JJ throwing them out, and Byrd booting them.  

Yes! That's always a pleasure, especially when they can't find the exit or figure out how to open the door. But most of the so-called "witnesses" are lying/coached, there just to mooch a free trip, others are there as "character witnesses" or as someone who "knew my situation/saw my pain and suffering" or some other laughable BS. We've seen actual witnesses who were kept isolated until needed, and others who have been sent from the room, as the "Umm... err...Duh...?" Zachary was, since it was pretty obvious he didn't have the brains to lie.

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6 hours ago, nr65000 said:

Yesterday I watched the re-run about the woman who claimed her neighbors chased her and beat her up after she pepper sprayed their puppy and them...I know it's an oldie but I can't remember seeing it before.  I was absolutely cheering on JJ when she flat out told her to QUIT BEING DRAMATIC and then I DON'T BELIEVE YOU!!!  She said that previously the plaintiff's puppy had "startled" her causing her to fall onto her dog and she had gotten 4K from their insurance (both dogs were unleashed).  This incident occurred when plaintiff's were walking their dog on-leash and defendant was still walking her's off leash.  They crossed paths and the defendant pepper sprayed the poor leashed puppy and then the plaintiff's son citing "Hold your Ground" law.  She later claimed they had followed her and beat her severely with the dog throwing chuck it thingy.  JJ absolutely did not believe her story and awarded plaintiff 5K.  I loved this episode.

LOVE that one. It's a keeper on my DVR. I loved when JJ said, "Even HE doesn't believe you," about the husband.

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30 minutes ago, AngelaHunter said:

Yes! That's always a pleasure, especially when they can't find the exit or figure out how to open the door. But most of the so-called "witnesses" are lying/coached, there just to mooch a free trip, others are there as "character witnesses" or as someone who "knew my situation/saw my pain and suffering" or some other laughable BS. We've seen actual witnesses who were kept isolated until needed, and others who have been sent from the room, as the "Umm... err...Duh...?" Zachary was, since it was pretty obvious he didn't have the brains to lie.

Remember the case with adult daughter suing pops who managed to appear on both TPC and JJ. IIRC, JJ spotted the scam and had the two siblings wait outside until scamming older sister told her story - then JJ brought in the boys and tore into the inconsistencies of their stories. Seems like it was pops not paying rent and spoiling the kids Christmas - when JJ asked the boys said they got some fancy high price sneakers, or something. By the time they appeared on TPC, they had their stories straight (or maybe it was that she left the boys at home the second time) and MM lectured pops and awarded them some money.

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2 hours ago, SRTouch said:

Seems like it was pops not paying rent and spoiling the kids Christmas - when JJ asked the boys said they got some fancy high price sneakers, or something.

Yeah. Very young sister taking care of her brothers. Buckets of crocodile tears were shed. Daddy wasn't paying for his offspring, so sister had to impoverish herself by buying 300$ sneakers for the little brothers. Over-priced "Name" sneakers are a priority, of coursek even if one can't pay the rent. JM fell for this tale, hook, line and sinker.

oops, wrong forum!

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5 hours ago, AuntiePam said:

in what universe can someone obtain medical insurance and be covered after an injury?

I'm not saying it's likely that a Judge Judy litigant was employed in a job that provides health insurance, but COBRA does work this way at least in my state.  You have 60 days to enroll, and coverage is retroactive to the first day you lost coverage (as are premiums).

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Woman accused of terrorizing house, breaking windows with baseball bats, because she saw video of p. with her boyfriend---P. has the longest blond wig I've ever seen, and d. has phony red hair, and tons of eyeliner.   P. is on full, hopefully temporary disability from a back injury, but still spends a lot of her $900 a month on her own appearance, not supporting herself and her kid.            P. applied for restraining order, was granted one for three years.    Police report says no witnesses, but one witness shows in court (she wasn't in any report), and the other is in jail.    Defendant is alleged to take her mom and other relatives with her in the attack on the house, and the window bashing.  Neighbor's windows were also bashed out too.  Video from neighbor's house shows the defendant, and her mommy was obviously there.      A bunch of hooligans terrorized a neighborhood.     The pictures of the windows is awful, we're not talking a few cracks, but windows were gone.     Plaintiff gets $905.     

Military teen accused of moving too many people into the rental house-The p. is the cousin who supported most of this financially, and moved in to an apartment with her loser cousin, and her cousin's fiance.     Her cousin who had a miscarriage then needs to move in multiple relatives in for support.    I bet the apartment had so many people living in it that it looked like a clown car.   17 year old p. wants her security deposit back, and is married to military husband so she supported almost everything financially.     The three moved in together, until the military husband graduates basic and gets assigned to a base.    P. put up security deposit, and paid first month's rent, since she gets so much housing allowance.    After the miscarriage the cousin moved in her mother in, with the mother's new baby.    The p. has a new baby, told her cousin that mom and her baby couldn't stay, so mother and baby left,  but the cousin's mom and baby moved back in while the plaintiff was out of town for the weekend.    That totals six people in a two bedroom, being financed by one person's bank account.    P. left and moved out from the apartment into her own place.    My guess is that the 17 year old plaintiff wasn't on the lease, just the two loser defendants, because plaintiff was under 21. 

Plaintiff gets $1055 or so. 

My Brother Broke My Arm-D. and gf both have freaky, phony red hair that coordinates perfectly.     P. claims brother didn't pay for the balance on a car.   2007 Chevy Impala for $3k, and brother only paid a couple of payments.     P. claims when she went to talk to the brother about the money for the car and insurance that the brother slammed her arm in the house door, and  broke it.   The brother also demanded the title, and bill of sale before he paid the car off.      P. claims the brother took the bill of sale, and title out of her purse that he ripped off of her arm, and then broke her arm in two places by slamming the door on it.      Police report appears from plaintiff, and a another sister witnessed this awful assault.     Plaintiff dropped the charges because of family pressure.     She also had surgery on her arm, and needed pins in it.    

These loser defendants have a phony claim that the sister slashed their tires, and loser plaintiff gf claims she saw it.   Bull.    

Plaintiff gets her money, but also says family is family, and they'll get past this.   She didn't learn a thing did she? 

What a lovely family Thanksgiving dinner this group of people must have, complete with the SWAT team arriving by dessert time.

Ex Con Hops on One Foot for JJ-D. was in jail for five years.    P. had three kids while he was in jail (not his), and loser d. moved back in with p. and kids.   Loser d. has no license, and wrecks her car.   P. claims she got out of the car, he jumped into the driver's seat, and took the car.     Of course, the p.'s story doesn't match her sworn statement to the producers.   The joke is that they were supposedly going to the DMV for him to get his license reinstated.  Defendant claims p. asked him to drive, and that's when the accident happens.   P. arrested on warrant for 2010 traffic ticket, and driving without a license.     He went to court, and is paying his court fine, with $350 left.    He rear ended some poor woman, and the insurance company dumped the plaintiff's coverage, and the plaintiff got arrested too, apparently stupidity is a crime that she was arrested for.      Plaintiff gets nothing, which is exactly what she deserves.    

 JJ has obedient (prison life does that to you) d. hop on one foot, back on the same foot, and then asks him why he would do that just because she told him to. 

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21 hours ago, DoctorK said:

In some places, but in a lot of rural areas, dogs killing livestock is a big issue, owners of the dogs have to pay the value of the livestock plus fines and even jail time. If your livestock is your living, having them killed is a big deal.

I lost a purebred, registered sheep that was ready to lamb to neighbor's dogs. The asswipes had to pay me the value of the ewe, her unborn lambs AND her future offspring. We calculated how many more years she would produce lambs and since she'd always had twins, two per year. I settled for half ($1500) of the calculated value because they agreed to have the dog euthanized. It had been running amok killing assorted animals for a while and they were aware of it. I was the only person to catch it in the act and follow it home. My husband tried to shoot it but it took off before he could get a good shot.

Topic - I believe I would be safe in assuming the Yorkie killing pit has done similar things in the past and will do it again because the owner is an irresponsible jerk.

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I guess I'm one stop closer to senility.  My habit for months has been to DVR People's Court because it's on the same time as Judge Judy.  So I normally watch JJ, then Hot Bench, and then the recording of PC.  So today, I just sat there and watched PC live and totally missed JJ.

Grrrrr.

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1 hour ago, quarkuud said:

I'm not saying it's likely that a Judge Judy litigant was employed in a job that provides health insurance, but COBRA does work this way at least in my state.  You have 60 days to enroll, and coverage is retroactive to the first day you lost coverage (as are premiums).

Good point.  I'd forgotten about COBRA, despite the fact that I used to work in Benefits. 

The blonde in the broken windows case had a Daenerys Targaryen (sp?) thing going on (Game of Thrones) -- anyone else see that?  I think it's the look she was going for.  It was more than the white-blonde hair -- her face,, eyes, mouth, etc. were a close match.

One thing I'll say for a lot of these young gals, they know how to do their eyes.

Also, in the broken windows case, the police report said there were no other witnesses, not that there were no witnesses. 

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Tiara Hooker and Rosie Woodpeckerhead smashing windows over The Prized Prince of Vertical Blinds...

Keep it Klassy ladies!  And please!  Leave at least a few Sharpies at Office Depot for the rest of us.

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3 minutes ago, zillabreeze said:

Tiara Hooker and Rosie Woodpeckerhead smashing windows over The Prized Prince of Vertical Blinds...

My PVR doesn't have that as a description and I want to know why not! It's truly sublime.

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I interpreted the police report to mean the gf claimed she saw the tire slashing, and that there were no other witnesses that came forward at the time, supposedly there was an amended police report where the sister (I guess it was sister) reported what she saw, but conveniently it wasn't available in court.     However, as Judge Marilyn would say, I wouldn't believe either defendant if their tongues were notarized, and I'm also sure there are plenty of people that would like to slash the tires, and rearrange the faces of the defendants.   

I truly can't believe the plaintiff said her family pressured her to drop the police report on the brother breaking her arm, and she said they're still family in the halterview.      Associating with people like her cretin brother, and allowing her family to talk her out of pressing charges is how you end up on an I.D. channel show as a victim.   

I felt so sorry for the neighbors who were terrorized by Red, and her mommy, who think someone who dates them is their property forever, and it's appropriate to scare the heck out of people who don't even know the peckerwood they both dated.     I just wish we could see a picture of the object of so many feminine hearts.  

I'm very proud all of us refrained from commenting on Tiara Hooker's name.   Though many awful comments did cross my mind.    

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