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Judge Judy rules, on and off the bench, where she dishes her unique brand of common sense with a dose of humor and heart. Everyone wants to know what Judge Judy says—about everything from popular culture to politics to modern family life. Living together without benefit of marriage is now common. The result is a satisfying exchange of stories and ideas for anyone who chooses to embark upon the grand adventure of living together. They have five children and twelve grandchildren.
Judge Judy - www. Judge Sheindlin began her career in family court in , prosecuting juvenile delinquency cases for the state of New York. In , she was appointed the Supervising Judge in Manhattan. She heard more than 20, cases during her career. After nearly 25 years in New York's Family Court, Judge Sheindlin retired from the bench in to start the syndicated program that bears her name. Judge Sheindlin began her career in family court in She was tapped to teach all newly elected and appointed Family Court Judges for almost a decade.
Judge Judy is offering advice to women free of charge. The book offers plainspoken advice primarily for women, telling them not to let anyone besides themselves define what makes them happy. She can afford to be generous. Not everything has to be a money-making operation. You do things sometimes because it makes you feel good. The year-old TV jurist is signed to continue her show through Instructions on receiving a downloadable copy of her book are available on her website, www.
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Sheindlin passed the New York state bar examination in and became a prosecutor in the family court system. In New York City Mayor Ed Koch appointed her as a judge, first in criminal court, then later as Manhattan 's supervising family court judge in Sheindlin is the longest serving judge or arbitrator in courtroom-themed programming history, a distinction that earned Sheindlin a place in the Guinness World Records. Sheindlin passed the New York state bar examination in , the same year as her graduation, and was hired as a corporate lawyer for a cosmetics firm. She was made aware of a position in the New York court system as a prosecutor in the family courts. In February , Sheindlin's outspoken reputation made her the subject of a Los Angeles Times article,  profiling her as a woman determined to make the court system work for the common good. She retired as a family court judge that same year after having heard more than 20, cases.