Lights! Camera! Justice!

Real people, real cases, argued in front of a real judge. Pretty much.

"You've got about four more minutes, boys," Rizzotti chimes in.

Like everything else in Texas Justice, this phone conversation is unrehearsed "reality," carefully monitored beneath the microscope of the show's handlers. What you get on your TV is slightly finessed, helped along, trimmed, but what matters in the end is whether this is engaging television that distinguishes itself from an already crowded bench. That verdict will be left to the viewers.

Judge Larry Joe: More counselor than hangman.
Twentieth Century Fox
Judge Larry Joe: More counselor than hangman.

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