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Search also for specific characters, e.g. Lieutenant Columbo.

 

POLICE SHOWS "REAL" COURTROOM TV

 

Police Shows

See also Related Sites: Forensics.

British TV Mystery Links

Chicago Murder Sites

Crimetime After Primetime

Picturing Justice

TVIDEO Crime

"REAL" COURTROOM TV

Added June 14, 2002

"Reality-based" courtroom shows are currently very popular but they date back to a relatively early period of television.

Animal Court

Curtis Court

Divorce Court

Judge Joe Brown

Judge Judy

Judge Hatchett

Judge Mathis

Judge Mills Lane

Moral Court

The People's Court. The most famous judge presiding over "The People's Court" was Judge Joseph Wapner, who now hosts Animal Court. 

Power of Attorney (this actually links to the Texas Justice site)

Sex Court. It had to happen.  I have not watched this show, since it airs on a cable channel that I do not subscribe to. Do not click on this link if you are easily offended.

Texas Justice

Webliography (many entries from Google.com). For more check search engines regularly with appropriate search terms. Remember that  internet sources do not necessarily provide the kind of editorial and checking functions available through other media such as printed newspapers, books and broadcast television. DOUBLECHECK YOUR SOURCES.

 

 

 




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