Plaintiff Tony Tulloch, aka 'The Best Man" is suing the defendant Ryan Lanier for $350 for refusing to pay his part of the bill after partying at a swanky Miami Beach nightclub for their friend Matt's bachelor party.
After a catastrophic mission failure on Mars leaves astronaut, Brianna Weller, stranded and wounded, NASA endeavors to secure the help of her estranged father, to compel her to make it to safety, before it's too late.
Judge Karen Mills presides over small-claims court arbitrations. See more »
The show is a HOAX
Similar to many other shows of this type, the show is entirely scripted, using outrageous complaints, and people who simply cannot act. It's an embarrassment for anyone involved in its production. With excellent legal-based fare on TV, it's incredible that this nonsense has found any audience. In the episode that I'm watching currently, a guy claimed that his ankle was broken by another fraternity member, and he wanted less than $150 in damages. The first case involved a woman who claimed that her husband-to-be faked his death, and had no proof that an money was expended, or that any sort of promise had been made. As I mentioned earlier, absolute nonsense. The show is produced by "Entertainment Studios", an obvious clue that no one involved with this mess has any legal standing whatsoever.
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