Judge Faith – Corrupt Contractor (Season 1: Episode #92)

Judge Faith – Corrupt Contractor (Season 1: Episode #92)

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ANNOUNCER: TODAY ON “JUDGE FAITH,” A HOMEOWNER HIRES A CONTRACTOR FOR A BASEMENT UPGRADE, BUT HIS WORK DOWNSTAIRS WAS BELOW STANDARD. CHRIS: THAT’S A RECESSED LIGHT, YOUR HONOR. THAT’S TOTALLY COVERED UP. CHARLOTTE: NO, IT’S NOT. JUDGE: WHAT’S YOUR ISSUE WITH THAT? CHARLOTTE: IT’S AN OVERCUT. IT’S TOO BIG. ANNOUNCER: HE SAYS SHE WANTED MORE THAN WAS PAID FOR AND BULLIED HIM WITH THREATS. CHRIS: SHE STARTED THREATENING COURT, AND I GO, “OK. THAT’S IT.” I SAID, “CHARLOTTE, I’M TRYING “TO BE REASONABLE HERE, BUT I’M NOT GONNA TAKE THIS.” AND I WALKED OUT. ANNOUNCER: NOW JUDGE FAITH WILL DETERMINE WHY SHE TIPPED IF SHE WAS UNHAPPY WITH THE HANDIWORK. JUDGE: YOU END UP PAYING HIM THE FULL AMOUNT FOR THE WORK AFTER IT WAS FINISHED, BUT NOW YOU SAY THAT THERE ARE ALL OF THESE PROBLEMS. ANNOUNCER: FAITH JENKINS. HER DISTINGUISHED LEGAL CAREER BEGAN WHEN SHE GRADUATED FIRST IN HER LAW-SCHOOL CLASS. SHE QUICKLY BECAME A TOUGH NEW YORK CITY PROSECUTOR AND THEN A PREEMINENT LEGAL ANALYST ON CABLE NEWS, AND NOW SHE’S THE JUDGE IN HER OWN COURTROOM. HER CASES ARE REAL, AND HER RULINGS ARE FINAL. SHE IS JUDGE FAITH. PLAINTIFF CHARLOTTE DOBOSENSKI SAYS SHE HIRED A CONTRACTOR TO REMODEL HER BASEMENT, BUT HE WAS UNLICENSED AND DID SLOPPY WORK. SHE’S SUING FOR $3,000 IN REPAIRS. DEFENDANT CHRIS DAHL SAYS HIS CLIENT KEPT CHANGING HER MIND AND THEN SLANDERED HIM TO THE LABOR BOARD. HE IS COUNTERSUING FOR $1,500 FOR DEFAMATION OF CHARACTER. BARBARA: REMAIN SEATED AND COME TO ORDER. COURT IS NOW IN SESSION, THE HONORABLE JUDGE FAITH JENKINS PRESIDING. YOUR HONOR, WE HAVE DOBOSENSKI VERSUS DAHL. JUDGE: THANK YOU, BARBARA. CHARLOTTE DOBOSENSKI? CHARLOTTE: YES. JUDGE: YOU ARE SUING THE DEFENDANT, CHRIS DAHL, FOR $3,000. YOU HIRED HIM TO DO SOME CONSTRUCTION WORK IN YOUR HOME? CHARLOTTE: YES. JUDGE: AND ACCORDING TO YOU, HIS WORK WAS SUBSTANDARD? CHARLOTTE: YES. JUDGE: AND YOU WANT TO BE REFUNDED A PORTION OF THE MONEY YOU PAID HIM? CHARLOTTE: YES. JUDGE: OK. TELL ME WHAT’S GOING ON HERE. CHARLOTTE: WELL, I MET CHRIS. I SAW HIS AD IN THE NEWSPAPER IN NOVEMBER OF 2013, AND I WASN’T PLANNING TO DO MY WORK UNTIL SPRING. BUT I MET CHRIS. HE CAME AND GAVE ME A BID FOR MORE WORK THAN I ENDED UP HAVING HIM DO. JUDGE: WHAT KIND OF WORK WERE YOU LOOKING TO HAVE DONE? CHARLOTTE: UM…FRAMING IN, BECAUSE IT WAS JUST, YOU KNOW, A BARE BASEMENT– CONCRETE BLOCK WALLS AND CONCRETE FLOOR. JUDGE: OK. SO THIS WAS SORT OF A DRYWALL JOB, A DRYWALL INSTALLATION JOB? CHARLOTTE: WELL, FIRST IT HAS TO BE FRAMED IN, YOU KNOW, FOR THE ROOMS AND THEN THE DRYWALL AND MUDDING, TEXTURING,, PRIMING, PAINTING, THE WHOLE NINE YARDS. JUDGE: AND SO DID THE TWO OF YOU ENTER INTO A WRITTEN AGREEMENT? CHARLOTTE: WE DID. JUDGE: DO YOU HAVE A COPY OF THAT? CHARLOTTE: I DO. JUDGE: OK. WE’LL START WITH THAT ONE. CHARLOTTE: THIS IS THE NOVEMBER ONE, AND THEN… THIS IS THE ONE IN APRIL. JUDGE: OK. SO IN THESE AGREEMENTS, YOU BASICALLY OUTLINE THE WORK THAT HE WOULD DO AND THE PRICE THAT YOU WOULD PAY HIM. AND WHAT WAS THE TOTAL PRICE YOU ENDED UP PAYING HIM? CHARLOTTE: I ENDED UP PAYING HIM $10,300. JUDGE: OK. TELL ME WHAT HAPPENED AND WHY YOU BELIEVE THIS DIDN’T WORK OUT FOR YOU. CHARLOTTE: WELL, FIRST OF ALL, I HAD HIM COME IN NOVEMBER, AND THEN I COULDN’T REACH HIM ALL OF JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH, AND I LEFT SEVERAL VOICE MESSAGES ON HIS CELL PHONE. HE CALLED ME BACK IN MAYBE THE FIRST PART OF APRIL AND HAD SAID THAT HE WAS OUT OF TOWN WORKING IN MONTANA AND THAT HE WAS GOING THROUGH A DIVORCE. HE APOLOGIZED FOR NOT RETURNING MY CALL, THAT, YOU KNOW, THINGS HAD BEEN REALLY MESSY FOR HIM PERSONALLY. JUDGE: HE HADN’T STARTED THE PROJECT THEN, RIGHT? SO YOU DECIDE TO HIRE HIM EVEN THOUGH HE WASN’T RETURNING YOUR CALLS? CHARLOTTE: YES, I DID, BECAUSE, YOU KNOW, WHEN HE TOLD ME HE WAS GOING THROUGH A DIFFICULT DIVORCE AND… I FELT SORRY FOR HIM. JUDGE: OK. CHARLOTTE: AT ANY RATE, HE CAME AGAIN, AND AT THAT POINT, I DECIDED TO HAVE SOMEONE ELSE DO THE FRAMING. JUDGE: OK. CHARLOTTE: AND SO THIS OTHER FELLOW DID THE FRAMING, AND THEN I HAD HIRED BOTH THE PLUMBER AND THE ELECTRICIAN TO DO THE WORK THEY HAD TO DO. THE ELECTRICIAN CAME IN AFTER THE FRAMER AND DID THE ROUGHING-IN ELECTRICAL. THERE WAS A LOT OF ELECTRICAL THAT NEEDED TO BE DONE– A BEDROOM, AN OFFICE, A BATHROOM, 12 RECESSED LIGHTS IN THE GREAT ROOM. JUDGE: OK. BUT HIS WORK WAS MAINLY DOING THE WORK IN THE BASEMENT FOR THE DRYWALL. CHARLOTTE: AND HE HAD THE DRYWALL. HE BOUGHT THE DRYWALL AND HAD IT DELIVERED. AND IN THE MEANTIME, BECAUSE OF THE ELECTRICAL WORK THAT HAD BEEN DONE, THERE WAS A BUILDING INSPECTOR THAT HAD TO COME AND INSPECT WHAT THE ELECTRICIAN HAD DONE. AND HE LOOKED AT THE DRYWALL, AND HE SAID, “WHERE’S YOUR PERMIT FOR THE DRYWALL?” JUDGE: DID SHE NEED TO HAVE A PERMIT TO INSTALL THE DRYWALL? CHRIS: UH, YES, YOUR HONOR, AND THAT WAS TAKEN CARE OF. USUALLY THE HOMEOWNER DOES IT. SOMETIMES THE CONTRACTOR DOES IT. YOU CAN…EITHER/OR. EITHER PERSON CAN DO IT. JUDGE: OK. AND SO WHO DID IT IN THIS CASE? CHARLOTTE: I DID, BECAUSE IT HAD TO BE– HE WAS SUPPOSED TO START THAT WEEKEND, AND IT WASN’T THERE. AND THE BUILDING INSPECTOR SAID TO ME, “HE CAN’T START UNTIL IT’S THERE,” AND… JUDGE: SO THERE WAS A QUESTION IN YOUR MIND BECAUSE HE DIDN’T EVEN RAISE THAT ISSUE WITH YOU PRIOR TO HIS START DATE? CHARLOTTE: AND I DIDN’T KNOW THAT THERE NEEDED TO BE A PERMIT FOR DRYWALL. JUDGE: OK. SO LET ME ASK YOU, MR. DAHL, HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN IN THE BUSINESS OF DOING CONSTRUCTION WORK? CHRIS: ABOUT 16 YEARS, YOUR HONOR. JUDGE: OK. AND DO YOU HAVE YOUR OWN BUSINESS? CHRIS: YES, I DO. JUDGE: DO YOU SPECIALIZE IN DOING DRYWALL, OR DO YOU DO VARIOUS TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS? CHRIS: I’D SAY I WOULD SPECIALIZE IN VARIOUS ONES, BUT IT’S…DRYWALL, PAINTING, AND TEXTURING WOULD BE MY MAIN JOB. JUDGE: AND DO YOU GET MOST OF YOUR CUSTOMERS FROM ADVERTISING IN THE NEWSPAPER, LIKE THE PLAINTIFF SAW YOU? CHRIS: I WOULD SAY IT’S PROBABLY HALF THAT AND HALF REFERRALS. BOTH. JUDGE: AND YOU HAD NO EXPERIENCE WITH–YOU DIDN’T GET A REFERRAL FOR HIM OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT? CHARLOTTE: NO. JUDGE: OK. GO AHEAD. CHRIS: I HIRED HIM BECAUSE HE PRESENTED HIMSELF SO WELL AND HE TOLD ME THAT HE HAD… I THINK HE SAID 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND THAT HE WARRANTED HIS WORK SO THAT I DIDN’T HAVE ANYTHING TO BE CONCERNED ABOUT. EVERYTHING WOULD BE TAKEN CARE OF, AND IF I HAD ANY CONCERNS, HE WOULD TAKE CARE OF IT. JUDGE: OK. YOU END UP PAYING HIM THE FULL AMOUNT FOR THE WORK AFTER IT WAS FINISHED, BUT NOW YOU SAY THAT THERE ARE ALL OF THESE PROBLEMS. SO TELL ME– CHARLOTTE: OH, THERE WERE PROBLEMS RIGHT FROM THE… RIGHT DURING THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS. JUDGE: DID SHE BRING UP CONCERNS TO YOU DURING THE PROJECT? CHRIS: SHE PROBABLY COMPLAINED ABOUT EVERYTHING EXCEPT MY JOB EXCEPT WHEN SHE CALLED ME ABOUT A WEEK LATER AND SAID THERE WAS A FEW TOUCHUPS. JUDGE: AFTER THE JOB WAS COMPLETED? CHRIS: RIGHT. AND AFTER SHE GAVE ME A $300 TIP AND SAID WHAT EXCELLENT WORK I DID. CHARLOTTE: THAT’S NOT TRUE. JUDGE: YOU GAVE HIM A $300 TIP? CHARLOTTE: I DID GIVE HIM A TIP BECAUSE HE TOLD ME ABOUT HIS 5 BOYS. HE WAS GOING THROUGH THIS NASTY DIVORCE. I MEAN, I’M TELLING YOU THE TRUTH. AND I TOLD HIM RIGHT ALONG, “CHRIS, I AM NOT HAPPY “WITH THE GRAY STRIPES “IN THE CEILING. WHAT’S GOING ON?” WELL, HE SAID, “IF I PUT “ANY MORE MUD ON THERE, IT’S GONNA CRACK.” JUDGE: LET ME SEE THE PHOTOS. LET ME SEE EVERY… ALL THE PHOTOS. I WANT TO TAKE A LOOK AT ALL OF THEM. SO YOU PAY HIM THE FULL AMOUNT OF THE CONTRACT, ALTHOUGH YOU SAY YOU EXPRESSED ALL OF THESE PROBLEMS TO HIM THROUGHOUT HIS WORK… CHARLOTTE: RIGHT. JUDGE: AND THEN YOU TIP HIM $300, AND YOU SAY THAT’S BECAUSE YOU FELT SORRY FOR HIM. IN MY MIND–DID YOU LOOK AT THE WORK WHEN HE FINISHED AND THEN YOU PAID HIM, AND THEN YOU TIPPED HIM $300? CHRIS: SHE HAD A WEEK TO LOOK AT THE WORK ALSO. AND SHE WOULD BE DOWN THERE EVERY SINGLE DAY STARING AT IT. SHE CALLED ME A WEEK LATER, SAID THERE WAS A FEW TOUCHUPS TO DO. I SAID–AND I DIDN’T HAVE A PROBLEM WITH SMALL TOUCHUPS. BUT WHEN SHE ASKED ME TO REDO THE CEILING, I SAID, “CHARLOTTE, I’M NOT DOING THAT.” ANNOUNCER: COMING UP ON “JUDGE FAITH,” ARE THE COMPLAINTS LEGIT, OR IS SHE JUST NEVER SATISFIED? CHARLOTTE: THAT’S NOT ACCEPTABLE. THAT’S SUBSTANDARD WORK. AND HE DID NOT PUT– HE COULDN’T HAVE PUT 3 OR 4 COATS OF MUD ON THERE. JUDGE: I DO SEE THE LINES. CHRIS: I SEE THAT LINE. I HAVE NO IDEA. THAT WAS NOT THERE. I SEE ONE THERE, ONE OVER THERE. CHARLOTTE: OH, PLEASE! CHRIS: WHAT I’M SAYING IS, IF ANOTHER CONTRACTOR DID THIS, THAT EASILY COULD HAVE BEEN MANIPULATED IN THOSE PICTURES. CHARLOTTE: ARE YOU KIDDING ME? ANNOUNCER: PLAINTIFF CHARLOTTE DOBOSENSKI CLAIMS SHE SIGNED A CONTRACT TO UPGRADE HER BASEMENT, BUT THE SHODDY WORK NEEDED REPAIR. SHE IS SUING FOR THE COST OF FIXING OVERSIGHTS. DEFENDANT CHRIS DAHL SAYS HIS CLIENT KEPT CHANGING HER MIND AND THREATENED TO SLANDER HIS REPUTATION. HE’S COUNTERSUING FOR DEFAMATION OF CHARACTER. JUDGE: YOU SAY THAT YOU FELT SORRY FOR HIM. THAT’S WHY YOU TIPPED HIM $300. BUT WHY DID YOU PAY HIM– CHARLOTTE: I WAS A BIT INTIMIDATED BY HIM AS WELL. HE’S IN MY HOUSE. I’M NOT THERE. I’M LEAVING THE HOUSE OPEN FOR HIM TO COME IN THROUGH THE HOUSE ALL THE TIME. JUDGE: WHEN DID YOU GET THE COURAGE TO APPROACH HIM AND SAY, “HEY, I DON’T LIKE THE WORK THAT YOU DID”? CHARLOTTE: I TOLD HIM THAT HALFWAY INTO IT– CHRIS: ABOUT EVERY 3 OR 4 DAYS, SHE WOULD BRING ME DOWN SNACKS ALSO, BY THE WAY. CHARLOTTE: YEAH, I DID FEED HIM. I BROUGHT HIM LUNCH. I BROUGHT HIM COOKIES AND STUFF. CHRIS: SAID WHAT A WONDERFUL JOB I WAS DOING. CHARLOTTE: NEVER TOLD HIM IT WAS A WONDERFUL JOB. NEVER TOLD HIM– CHRIS: AND HOW HAPPY YOU WERE. CHARLOTTE: CHRIS, STOP LYING! CHRIS: AND HOW LOVELY IT LOOKED. CHARLOTTE: HE’S FULL OF CRAP. CHRIS: SHE SAID THE SAME THING ABOUT THE RIVER ROCK ON THE CHIMNEY, AND THEN TWO DAYS LATER SHE SAID, “WELL, THIS ROCK SHOULD BE OVER HERE, THIS ROCK SHOULD–” JUDGE: SO YOU’RE SAYING A WEEK AFTER SHE PAID YOU ALL OF THE MONEY, OVER $10,000, AND A $300 TIP, YOU SAY A WEEK LATER, YOU GET A PHONE CALL ABOUT YOUR WORK. TELL ME ABOUT THAT. CHRIS: SHE LEFT A MESSAGE, AND SHE JUST BASICALLY SAID, “CHRIS, I JUST HAD “A COUPLE CONCERNS. “THERE’S SOME TOUCHUPS, “A COUPLE SMALL HOLES. “THERE’S A COUPLE SPOTS “ON THE CEILING, THE TEXTURE “THAT DIDN’T LOOK RIGHT TO HER LIKING.” JUDGE: WHAT DID YOU DO? CHRIS: AND I CALLED, AND I SHOWED UP, AND SHE HAD SOME GUY WITH HER, AS A WITNESS I ASSUME, AND I HAD SOME TAPE WITH ME. I HAVE NO PROBLEM DOING TOUCHUPS, YOU KNOW. A LITTLE NICK HERE BY THE STAIRS. A LITTLE TEXTURE BY THE STAIRWELL. ONE BY THE FIREPLACE, A SMALL LINE. AND YOU KNOW, I WAS MARKING THESE SPOTS, AND THEN SHE STARTED TALKING ABOUT THE CEILING, AND SHE SAID THAT SHE DIDN’T LIKE ONE JOINT GOING ALL THE WAY ACROSS. THERE WAS, LIKE, A SHADOW OR SOMETHING. I COULDN’T SEE ANYTHING. JUDGE: LONG STORY SHORT, YOU TOLD HER THAT YOU COULD NOT DO THE WORK THAT SHE WANTED YOU TO DO WITHOUT BEING PAID MORE. CHRIS: I JUST DIDN’T WANT TO DO IT BECAUSE IT WAS FINE, IT WAS PERFECT. IT WAS TOTALLY FINE. AND THEN SHE STARTED THREATENING COURT, AND I GO, “OK. THAT’S IT.” I SAID, “CHARLOTTE, I’M TRYING “TO BE REASONABLE HERE, BUT I’M NOT GONNA TAKE THIS.” AND I WALKED OUT, AND THEN SHE STARTED THREATENING ABOUT, “WELL, I’M GONNA GO “ON EVERY WEBSITE. “I’M GONNA RUIN YOU. “I’M GONNA DO THIS. I’M GONNA DO THAT.” I GO, “OK. YOU DO WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO,” AND I JUST WALKED OUT. I HAVE NO REASON TO LIE. JUDGE: LET ME ASK YOU SOMETHING. DURING THIS WEEK TIME PERIOD– BECAUSE YOU AGREE IT WAS ABOUT A WEEK BEFORE YOU CONTACTED HIM? CHARLOTTE: RIGHT. JUDGE: DID YOU HAVE SOMEONE ELSE COME IN AND LOOK AT IT AND TELL YOU, YOU KNOW, THIS ISN’T GOOD? CHARLOTTE: YEAH. HE’S FLYING UNDER THE RADAR. AND THE REASON HE DIDN’T– I’M ASSUMING THE REASON HE DIDN’T GET A… HE DIDN’T GET A PERMIT IS BECAUSE HE’S NOT LICENSED. JUDGE: OK. DO YOU HAVE TO BE LICENSED TO DO THIS TYPE OF WORK? CHRIS: ACTUALLY YOU DON’T, AND I HAVE PROOF OF THAT. CHARLOTTE: YOU DO NEED TO BE LICENSED IN MINNESOTA TO DO DRYWALL. CHRIS: NO. I’M CERTIFIED IN THE STATE. CHARLOTTE: I HAVE A LETTER. I WENT DOWN TO THE BUILDING INSPECTOR, BECAUSE CHRIS ONLY GAVE ME HIS PHONE NUMBER. HE LIED AND TOLD ME HE LIVED IN BARNUM. I SHOWED THEM HIS CONTRACT AND HIS NEW AD IN THE PAPER, AND THEY SAID HE’S NOT LICENSED TO DO THIS. JUDGE: OK. LET’S LOOK AT THE PHOTOS. I MEAN, BUT, SEE, HE DID THE WORK. SO WE’RE BEYOND THAT. AND YOU PAID HIM OVER $10,000. CHARLOTTE: THAT’S AN OVERCUT ON THE CEILING. THEY HAVE TO BE– YOU KNOW, THEY PUT THE– CHRIS: THAT’S A RECESSED LIGHT, YOUR HONOR. THAT’S TOTALLY COVERED UP. CHARLOTTE: NO, IT’S NOT. CHRIS: WHEN THE NEW LIGHT GOES ON, NONE OF THAT SHOWS. CHARLOTTE: IT’S NOT. JUDGE: OK. YOU INSTALLED THE CUP AS WELL? CHRIS: NO, I DIDN’T INSTALL ANY OF THAT. JUST THE SHEETROCK GOING OVER IT. AND SHE TOLD ME SHE WAS GETTING BIGGER RECESSED LIGHTS TO COVER ALL THAT UP. CHARLOTTE: I DIDN’T TELL HIM THAT. I DON’T KNOW WHAT THEY WERE. CHRIS: THAT’S WHAT CONTRACTORS DO–YOU NEED TO CUT AROUND THERE OBVIOUSLY TO PUT IT ON. JUDGE: HOLD ON ONE SECOND. WHAT’S YOUR ISSUE WITH THAT? CHARLOTTE: IT’S AN OVERCUT. IT’S TOO BIG. THE RECESSED LIGHT WOULD NOT FIT IN THERE. AND I HAVE GOT A CONTRACT– JUDGE: THERE’S A LITTLE BIT OF A GAP IN BETWEEN. CHARLOTTE: THERE IS A GAP. JUDGE: OK. GO AHEAD. NEXT PHOTO. CHARLOTTE: YOU CAN SEE THE GRAY MARKS BETWEEN THE JOINTS, AND THAT’S NOT ACCEPTABLE. THAT’S SUBSTANDARD WORK. AND HE DID NOT PUT– HE COULDN’T HAVE PUT 3 OR 4 COATS OF MUD ON THERE. JUDGE: WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE LINES? I DO SEE THE LINES. CHRIS: I SEE THAT LINE. I HAVE NO IDEA. THAT WAS NOT THERE. I SEE ONE THERE AND ONE OVER THERE. CHARLOTTE: OH, PLEASE! CHRIS: WHAT I’M SAYING IS, IF ANOTHER CONTRACTOR DID THIS, THAT EASILY COULD HAVE BEEN MANIPULATED IN THOSE PICTURES. CHARLOTTE: ARE YOU KIDDING ME? JUDGE: THESE ARE PHOTOS OF HIS WORK? CHARLOTTE: THESE ARE THE PHOTOS OF HIS WORK BEFORE THEY STARTED. JUDGE: WHAT IS THIS? CHRIS: I HONESTLY HAVE NO IDEA, YOUR HONOR. I WOULD NOT HAVE GOTTEN PAID IF I WOULD HAVE LEFT THAT, THOUGH. THAT WOULD BE A CORNER OF A WALL. CHARLOTTE: THIS IS AFTER THE RECESSED LIGHTS ARE IN. AND THIS IS THE GOOD WORK AFTER IT’S BEEN REDONE. YOU DON’T SEE ANY LINES. JUDGE: SO YOU HIRED ANOTHER CONTRACTOR TO COME IN– CHARLOTTE: YES. JUDGE: OK. AND DO THE WORK. HOW MUCH DID YOU PAY THE NEW CONTRACTOR? CHARLOTTE: $2,600. I GAVE HIM $2,500, AND I GAVE HIM A TIP, BECAUSE I ACTUALLY HAD TWO COME. JUDGE: MAY I HAVE A COPY OF THE PROOF THAT YOU PAID A NEW CONTRACTOR TO DO $2,500 WORTH OF WORK? CHARLOTTE: MORE THAN HAPPY TO GIVE THAT TO YOU. JUDGE: LET’S LOOK AT THE NEXT PHOTO. THIS IS… CHARLOTTE: AND THIS WILL ACTUALLY TELL YOU. AND THESE ARE THE GOOD PICTURES. I WANTED YOU TO SEE. HE ALSO OVERCUT THE OUTLETS. CHRIS: THAT’S WHAT YOU’RE SUPPOSED TO DO. CHARLOTTE: NO, YOU’VE GOT TO PUT A… CHRIS: SHE’S NOT SHOWING YOU THE RECESSED LIGHTS THAT ACTUALLY COVER IT UP. JUDGE: OK. LET ME GET THIS INVOICE. CHRIS: YOU NEED TO PUT THE SHEETROCK ON BY CUTTING IT. CHARLOTTE: YOU HAVE RECESSED LIGHTS OVER THE OUTLETS? ANNOUNCER: COMING UP ON “JUDGE FAITH…” A PROFESSIONAL DRYWALL INSPECTOR STUDIES THE QUALITY OF CONSTRUCTION. INSPECTOR: THE SHEETROCK AROUND IT IS OVERCUT SOME, NOT VERY NEATLY. ANNOUNCER: PLAINTIFF CHARLOTTE DOBOSENSKI SAY HER CONTRACTOR MUDDLED HER BASEMENT REMODEL AND IS SUING FOR REPAIRS. DEFENDANT CHRIS DAHL SAID HIS CLIENT SOUGHT ADDITIONAL WORK FOR FREE THEN CRIED FOUL. HE’S COUNTERSUING FOR DEFAMATION OF CHARACTER. JUDGE: YOU DID BRING PROOF INTO COURT TODAY THAT YOU HIRED SOMEONE SHORTLY AFTER SHE PAID YOU OVER $10,000 TO DO THE WORK, AND THE PERSON CAME IN, AND THEY CHARGED $2,500 TO DO WORK THAT YOU MISSED AND DID ADDITIONAL SKIMMING, SANDING, AND TEXTURIZING OF THE DRYWALL AND UNEVEN SURFACES, AND YOU ALSO BROUGHT IN PROOF OF PAYMENT TO THAT INDIVIDUAL. I’M NO DRYWALL EXPERT, BUT I DO HAVE SOMEONE HERE WHO IS. SO I WANT TO BRING OUT A WITNESS, R.T. JONES. HE’S AN EXPERT ON HOME REPAIR AND DRYWALL, AND I WANT TO ASK HIM A FEW QUESTIONS ABOUT THE PHOTOS YOU SUBMITTED AND THE WORK THAT YOU DID. COME ON OUT, MR. JONES. [APPLAUSE] SO, UM…PRIOR TO THIS CASE, DID YOU HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO VIEW A NUMBER OF PHOTOS SUBMITTED BY THE PLAINTIFF AND PHOTOS OF THE DEFENDANT’S WORK? JONES: YES, I DID, YOUR HONOR. JUDGE: OK. AND I WANT YOU TO GO OVER TO THE FLAT SCREEN, PLEASE, AND I JUST WANT YOU TO PROVIDE ME WITH SOME ANALYSIS OF SOME ISSUES YOU MAY OR MAY NOT SEE. CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT THIS LOOKS LIKE TO YOU? JONES: CERTAINLY. IT LOOKS LIKE A LIGHTING FIXTURE IN THE CEILING THAT, UH… THAT THE DRYWALL AROUND IT, OR THE SHEETROCK AROUND IT IS OVERCUT SOME, UH… NOT VERY NEATLY. BUT DEPENDING ON THE FIXTURE THAT’S GOING IN HERE, TRIM CAN CERTAINLY COVER THAT, AND YOU WOULD NEVER SEE IT. UM, SOME OF THEM HAVE VERY NARROW TRIM OR SOMETIMES GO RIGHT TO THE EDGE OF THE DRYWALL, AND IN THOSE CASES, YOU WOULD NEED IT CUT VERY PRECISELY AND VERY NEATLY. BUT IF YOU HAVE ONE THAT HAS A WIDER TRIM PLATE AROUND THE EDGE… CHRIS: AND I DID ASK HER ABOUT THAT, YOUR HONOR. SHE TOLD ME THEY WERE WIDE. JUDGE: OK. NEXT PHOTO. OK. AND CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT THE ISSUES ARE WITH THIS? JONES: WELL, AGAIN THE ISSUES WITH NOT BEING COMPLETELY NEAT AROUND THE HOLES FOR THE LIGHTS, AND YOU CAN ALSO SEE THE GRAY LINES WHERE THE EDGES OF EACH PIECE OF MATERIAL WERE ON THE CEILING. JUDGE: AND IS THAT SOMETHING THAT YOU’RE SUPPOSED TO SEE? JONES: NO, YOU SHOULDN’T SEE THAT WHEN THE WORK IS FINISHED. ABSOLUTELY NOT. JUDGE: OK. NEXT PHOTO. WHAT IS THIS? JONES: IT CERTAINLY ISN’T A NEAT JOB. THAT’S SOMETHING THAT SHOULD BE SMOOTHED OUT, AND YOU SHOULDN’T SEE THAT AT ALL. YOU SHOULDN’T SEE THAT EDGE. CHRIS: I WOULD AGREE 100%. JUDGE: SO, WHAT IS THAT? IS THAT TAPE THAT YOU… AND YOU’RE SUPPOSED TO PUT THE MUD, THE COMPOUND, JOINT COMPOUND OVER THAT, AND IT’S SUPPOSED TO BE COVERED AND SMOOTH? JONES: YES, IT SHOULD BE. IT SHOULD BE COVERED AND SMOOTH. EVENTUALLY, AFTER YOU GET IT DOWN TO THE RIGHT–YOU KNOW, AFTER YOU’VE DONE SEVERAL COATS, YOU THEN SAND IT DOWN AND YOU PAINT OVER IT OR YOU DO YOUR TEXTURE, AND THEN IN THEORY, IF ALL THE WORK IS DONE CORRECTLY, YOU WOULDN’T SEE IT. JUDGE: OK. SO, NOW, THESE ARE JUST 3 PHOTOS THAT I HAVE ON THE FLAT SCREEN, BUT YOU VIEWED NUMEROUS PHOTOS THAT THE PLAINTIFF SUBMITTED OF THE DEFENDANT’S WORK, AND DID YOU ANALYZE THOSE PHOTOS AND COME TO A CONCLUSION ABOUT THE DRYWALL JOB? JONES: YES. JUDGE: WHAT IS THAT? JONES: BY AND LARGE… I MEAN, SOME OF THE WORK LOOKED FINE. SOME OF THE WORK LOOKED…YOU KNOW, SUBSTANDARD. UM…IT DID NEED…CLEARLY NEED REPAIR IN SOME INSTANCES. UM…IT’S A JOB THAT, IF I WERE DOING MYSELF, I WOULD HAVE COME BACK AND REPAIRED AT NO ADDITIONAL COST. CHRIS: AND I HAD NO PROBLEM DOING THAT EITHER. JUDGE: YOU ALSO HAD AN OPPORTUNITY TO REVIEW A– I WANT YOU TO COME OVER HERE AND JUST TAKE A LOOK AT THIS. THIS IS AN INVOICE THAT A NEW CONTRACTOR CAME IN, AND IT SHOWS THE WORK THAT HE DID TO, AS THE PLAINTIFF STATES, REPAIR THE DEFENDANT’S WORK. WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE COST THAT HE CHARGED FOR THE NEW WORK, AND IS THAT WORK– WAS THAT WORK NECESSARY TO CORRECT THE DEFENDANT’S WORK, SOME OF THE FAULTS THAT YOU SAY YOU SAW? JONES: YES. YES, YOUR HONOR, THIS WORK WAS DEFINITELY NECESSARY TO CORRECT EVERYTHING THAT’S LISTED ON HERE. I THINK THE PRICE MIGHT BE A BIT HIGH, BASED ON THE PICTURES THAT I SAW, BUT, YES, IT WOULD HAVE NEEDED TO HAVE BEEN DONE. JUDGE: OK. THANK YOU, SIR. I APPRECIATE YOUR TESTIMONY TODAY. [APPLAUSE] [THEME MUSIC PLAYS] ANNOUNCER: AND NOW JUDGE FAITH RULES. JUDGE: AFTER HE COMPLETED THE WORK AND YOU HAD AN OPPORTUNITY TO VIEW THE WORK, YOU PAID HIM ANYWAY AND TIPPED HIM $300. AND SO IN MY MIND THAT TELLS ME– CHARLOTTE: EXCUSE ME. JUDGE: THIS IS NOT THE TIME TO INTERRUPT ME. WE’RE DONE WITH THE TESTIMONY. AND IN MY MIND, THAT TELLS ME THAT YOU WERE SATISFIED– CHARLOTTE: I WASN’T SATISFIED. JUDGE: AND THEN SOMEHOW, SOME WAY YOU CAME TO THE CONCLUSION THAT YOU WANTED TO APPROACH HIM AGAIN AND TALK ABOUT THE WORK. CHARLOTTE: I WAS APPROACHING HIM THE WHOLE TIME HE WORKED. JUDGE: MA’AM, I SAID DO NOT INTERRUPT ME. I SAID DO NOT INTERRUPT ME. THIS IS NOT AN ARGUMENT. THIS IS NOT AN ARGUMENT. YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT I’M ABOUT TO SAY, AND YOU’RE THINKING I’M ABOUT TO SAY ONE THING, AND I’M ABOUT TO SAY SOMETHING ELSE. BUT YOUR CASE IS GOING TO GET DISMISSED IF YOU KEEP INTERRUPTING ME. CHARLOTTE: ALL RIGHT. JUDGE: IF YOU LET ME DO MY JOB, ALL RIGHT? [APPLAUSE] SO YOU PAID HIM THE FULL AMOUNT FOR THE WORK AND THEN TIPPED HIM $300. HOWEVER, BASED ON THE EXPERT TESTIMONY THAT WAS SUBMITTED IN COURT TODAY BY R.T. JONES, SOME OF YOUR WORK WAS SUBSTANDARD AND SHOULD HAVE BEEN CORRECTED, WHERE THE PLAINTIFF ACTUALLY SUBMITTED PROOF THAT SHE PAID A NEW CONTRACTOR, AND I’M LOOKING AT THE INVOICE THAT THE NEW CONTRACTOR SUBMITTED, AND IT COINCIDES WITH THE WORK THAT YOU WERE SUPPOSED TO DO. SO SHE DID PAY SOMEBODY ELSE $2,500–AND I HAVE THE CHECKS. THEY WENT THROUGH HER BANK ACCOUNT. SHE PAID SOMEONE ELSE $2,500 TO COME IN AND CORRECT THE WORK THAT YOU WERE SUPPOSED TO DO. SO BASED ON THE EVIDENCE AND BASED ON THAT PROOF, I’M GOING TO ORDER YOU TO PAY HER $2,500 FOR THE WORK THAT THE OTHER CONTRACTOR HAD TO COME IN TO DO TO CORRECT YOUR WORK. THAT’S MY JUDGMENT. HAVE A GOOD DAY. [THEME MUSIC PLAYING] ANNOUNCER: IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW HAS A DISPUTE, DON’T TAKE THE LAW INTO YOUR OWN HANDS. LET JUDGE FAITH RULE ON IT FOR YOU. TO SUBMIT YOUR CASE, GO TO JUDGEFAITH.COM AND TELL US YOUR STORY. SEE YOU IN COURT.

70 thoughts on “Judge Faith – Corrupt Contractor (Season 1: Episode #92)

  • BMORE Post author

    Case1-He just used her big time. Sad. If she did all the research on his after the fact, she should have did her homework in the beginning. She's giving everybody tips…a bit too generous

  • Chet Brinkley Post author

    I'd eat Judge Faith!

  • Tyler Foster Post author

    wheres juan

  • Andrew King Post author

    I don't like it when Judge Faith allows the plaintiff or defendant to disrespect her as a judge. I truly believe she needs to start to be a little mean or a little harsh to those who disrespect her as a judg

  • Andrew King Post author

    I don't like it when Judge Faith allows the plaintiff or defendant to disrespect her as a judge. I truly believe she needs to start to be a little mean or a little harsh to those who disrespect her as a judg

  • Tina Turner Post author

    bullshit

  • Marcus A Post author

    The plaintiff is extremely gullible. I understand being compassionate but you still have to have a business mindset. Can't become personally invested in people you are hiring.

  • Amelia Joel Post author

    she is full of it. "I was intimidated…" but she is cutting him off and calling him out every time he opens his mouth in court. then she tries to.play the helpless old lady act.

  • Mike G Post author

    another beautiful judge

  • Freespeech Guru Post author

    What's wrong with the guys head I couldn't stop laughing at the shape of his head and at his male baldness

  • Freespeech Guru Post author

    The ladies mouth is so fucking big

  • Amy Upson Post author

    I can't understand when people look into things after they feel they have been wronged

  • Bill j Post author

    defendant: "I specialize in various things…" Lol, anyone else see anything wrong with this statement?

  • Ed Dancer1 Post author

    Judge Faith won a beauty contest
    Ed

  • Laquisha Scott Post author

    Judge Faith is fine♡

  • Ginger Baby Post author

    I watch your videos before I go to sleep lol

  • Rebecca Bradley Post author

    Me too ginger baby!

  • JB Smith Post author

    The American Reinvestment and Recovery Act and the brain initiative are the worst scams ever perpetrated on the American people. Former U. S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin Warns: Biochips Hazardous to Your Health: Warning, biochips may cause behavioral changes and high suicide rates. State Attorney Generals are to revoke the licenses of doctors and dentists that implant chips in patients. Chip used illegally for GPS, tracking, organized crime, communication and torture. Virginia state police have been implanting citizens without their knowledge and consent for years and they are dying! Check out William and Mary’s site to see the torture enabled by the biochip and the Active Denial System. See Terrorism and Mental Health by Amin Gadit or A Note on Uberveillance by MG & Katina Michael or Safeguards in a World of Ambient Intelligence by Springer or Mind Control, Microchip Implants and Cybernetics. Check out the audio spotlight by Holosonics. The truth is the biochip works like a sim card. It received pulsed modulated laser beams and millimeter wave which it converts into electromagnetic waves that your brain interprets into digital images and sound. It then takes what your brain sees and hears and converts electromagnetic waves into digital and acoustic waves that a computer translates into audio and video. In other words, it allows law enforcement to see what you see, hear what you hear and communicate directly with your brain. “Former Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) director and now Google Executive, Regina E. Dugan, has unveiled a super small, ingestible microchip that we can all be expected to swallow by 2017. “A means of authentication,” she calls it, also called an electronic tattoo, which
    takes  NSA spying to whole new levels. She talks of the ‘mechanical mismatch problem between machines and humans,’ and specifically targets 10 – 20 year olds in her rant about the wonderful qualities of this new technology that can stretch in the human body and still be functional. Hailed as a ‘critical shift for research and medicine,’ these biochips would not only allow full access to insurance companies and government agencies to our pharmaceutical med-taking compliancy (or lack thereof), but also a host of other aspects of our lives which are truly none of their business, and certainly an extension of the removal of our freedoms and rights.” Google News The ARRA authorizes payments to the states in an effort to encourage Medicaid Providers to adopt and use “certified EHR technology” aka biochips. ARRA will match Medicaid $5 for every $1 a state provides. Hospitals are paid $2 million to create “crisis stabilization wards” (Gitmo’s) where state police torture people – even unto death. They stopped my heart 90 times in 6 hours. Virginia Beach EMT’s were called to the scene. Mary E. Schloendorff, v. The Society of New York Hospital 105 N. E. 92, 93 (N. Y. 1914) Justice Cardozo states, “every human being of adult years and sound mind has a right to determine what shall be done with his own body; and a surgeon who performs an operation without his patient’s consent, commits an assault, for which he is liable in damages. (Pratt v Davis, 224 Ill. 300; Mohr v Williams, 95 Minn. 261.) This case precedent requires police to falsely arrest you or kidnap you and call you a mental health patient in order to force the implant on you. You can also be forced to have a biochip if you have an infectious disease – like Eboli or Aids.
    Coalition of Justice vs the City of Hampton, VA settled a case out of court for $500,000 and removal of the biochip. Torture is punishable by $1,000 per day up to $2 million; Medical battery is worth $2.05 million. They told my family it was the brain initiative. I checked with the oversight board, and it is not! Mark Warner told me it was research with the Active Denial System by the College of William and Mary, the USAF, and state and local law enforcement. It is called IBEX and it is excruciating. I have had 3 surgeries at the site of the implant and need another. It causes cancer! I've been tortured for 8 years by Virginia law enforcement. Thousands of innocent Virginians are being tortured and murdered by criminal cops.  Please help us get the word out to end these heinous atrocities.  The pain is 24/7.  The VA DCJS sent me a letter stating cops can get keys to anyone's home and steal anything they please.  The governor knows and takes his cut.  Senator Kaine said the FBI is not involved so he can't help.  Check out Virginia's Casual Disregard for the Constitution at forbes dot com.  Check out Richard Cain's case.  They are torturing infants and children.  The active denial system comes in rifle form and can murder without leaving a mark. I have had two heart attacks and am blessed to be alive.  We need to make the nation aware to stop these thugs. Now a Dr. Whaley of the Medical Examiner’s office reports covering up murders by cops and selling brains for $6250 each to the NIH. Beware of Riverside and Sentara Hospital. Beware of Dr. Lawrence Chang, Pariser Dermatology, Dr. Nicole Nelson, Dr. Shaista Ahsai, and Dr. Lika in her red mercedes, and Riverside Emergency Room Physicians, and Dr. Denis Cruff, Dr. Mark Kanter and Hampton Sentara Surgeons and Tidewater Multi-specialty Group and Dr.

  • Joseph T. Post author

    He's a freakazoid liar. She pays him, tips him, feeds him, and he screws her around, what a prick.

  • Larry Baines Post author

    drywall texture was unsat no matter what dufas contractor says

  • Candy girl Post author

    prettiest judge on TV

  • Nellie K. Adaba Post author

    Lousy work contractor.

  • SIG442 Post author

    I would have judged differently, the contractor did clearly try to help her out and fix the little problems. Even if it was a few weeks past him being payed and tipped for his work. That concludes the contract from both sides. Only with her deciding for some odd reason to shout out that she would go to court because he could not redo her ceiling for the same prize since it is not a touch up job as she claims. Nor do I believe her when she claims that this contractor left her with these results and intimidating her either. If she was intimidated, she should have gone to the police and tell him not to return. She did not, she kept him around to finish the job, payed him and tipped him even royally. Which means she was satisfied with the job and there would not be any complains.

    I do not believe that this contractor is entirely in the wrong, he may have cut some corners or not being completely accurate in his work. Again, he did offer to solve those issues even after being payed and tipped. It is part of customer service that every contractor should offer. You should praise him for that, not ignore that fact and have him pay a huge bill.
    Also the fact that he did state that he was licensed was completely ignored, his papers were not looked into even if he offered those as evidence. Overlooking this, sorry to say this Judge Faith but it's true, is your mistake. Not the defendant's mistake. Also the fact that the plaintiff was allowed to speak pretty much all she wanted, yet the contractor was hardly allowed to speak or explain. Again this is your mistake, not the defendant's mistake.

    Now, would the defendant be guilty. I would say this case is a bit harder then how it looks, simply because not all evidence was presented to the court nor accepted or requested by the same court. This makes it rather a one sided battle that he could never win, it is against the law to have a unfair case like this one. Judging that the defendant has to pay the plaintiff $2,500 is in this case rather over the top and very wrong. I hope the defendant is smart enough to go higher up and have this case redone.

  • Tanya Corbin Post author

    You are one fine JUDGE…I need to pick a law suit just to come in your court room.

  • Robyn Vojinov Post author

    I can't help but think that this show is staged because who the heck claps in court? Judge Judy doesn't let her audience laugh let alone clap. But I love Judge Jenkins anyway! 🙂

  • ladiblue03 Post author

    plaintiff about to take that glass lol ..

  • Natalee Marks Post author

    I think she wanted dat glass.

  • NBA-BALLARS NBA-BALLARS Post author

    😄HARD WORKING JUGDES😄

  • Zakira E Post author

    She almost talked herself out of a judgement. Smh

  • Jameson Cross Post author

    Excellent.

  • Unlisted RX Post author

    The Plaintiff is a MILF.

  • Michie T. Post author

    I'm doing a marathon who else lmao

  • anonimo Post author

    Defendant clearly lied. Earlier he said he wasn't redoing it cuz it was fine. Then when expert comes and says I would've done it again at no cost, he was like "and I would've done it with no problem"z

  • anonimo Post author

    She should've dismissed the plaintiffs case for being disrespectful

  • Number One Post author

    I don’t trust that drywaller at all. Why can’t anyone keep their mouth’s closed?

  • robvogue Post author

    Fair case. I would've been unsatisfied with the work as well. The gray lines would've drove me insane, lol.

  • Zach The Celtics Guy Post author

    I love Judge Faith but she's way too lenient. She should been more stern to people who disrespect her and her courtroom.

  • Colleen Catlady Hardesty Post author

    Defendant 1 needs to shave those two little patches of hair!!!

  • Colleen Catlady Hardesty Post author

    Defendant 1 is an idiot!!!!

  • Colleen Catlady Hardesty Post author

    Plaintiff is psycho!!!

  • Colleen Catlady Hardesty Post author

    Defendant didn't do a good job!!!!

  • Colleen Catlady Hardesty Post author

    Do research BEFORE you hire somebody!!!!

  • Queen of Scorpio Post author

    Attention Men (especially White): IF YOU'RE GOING BALD THEN YOU NEED TO CUT ALL OF YOUR HAIR OFF. Rocking the fence is unattractive.

  • Queen of Scorpio Post author

    I knew that bitch was German by looking at her. They have the ugliest women ever. Funny cheekbones, wide mouths and squinty eyes.

  • Sound Man Post author

    Why don't judges respect their bailiffs. I noticed that on every single court show that the judge always refer to the law enforcement officer charged with protecting them and everyone else in the court room plus keeping order is called by his or her first name. But if anyone in the court addresses the judge by his or her 1st name they would probably be held in contempt or at least reprimanded! Everyone deserve their due respect! If for nothing else they've obviously earn their positions of authority.

  • g00gle minus Post author

    Put drywall on the wall, put paste, put tape over, put more paste over, sand it down, paint the whole wall.

    (if last step is skipped, then YES the lines will be visible)

    For electrical outlets, fixtures, lighting ect, yes his holes were sufficent if he has like he said asked her how wide the frame is (im not english so im not sure if thats the right word)

    In this case it looked like she went for extremely narrow ones… seriusly not a issue, get wider ones.

    BUT it is a issue if she spesificly told him she would use narrow ones, im skeptical as i cant tell if either one of them is talking the truth, he does seem smug, and she seems to overshoot everything he says.

    The only big issues i see was the corner, but looking at the rest of his work, it doesnt seem to match, this has nothing to do with overcutting corners for lighting and such, this is a extremely hard mistake to make and even noticeable before the work is finished.. simply because Like i said

    drywall on wall, put paste, tape over, more paste over.. nothing here shrinks like that… and ones the wall is painted this shouldnt be visible at all… this is impossible, it must be a sabotage.

    Too bad we didnt get to see the rest of the pictures where the judges construction worker commented that there was more flaws that needed fixing.

    The only one i saw was the sabotaged corner, so if he had done that she would have noticed it straight away even in poor lighting.. not a week later.. extremely suspicious.

  • BigFlirt Post author

    Don't pay someone in full and tip them if you don't like the work they did. That should automatically cause your case to be dismissed

  • Flat Ulence Post author

    $300 tip!! Damn

  • Shenarah Mayo Post author

    That contractor did a poor job!

  • Shenarah Mayo Post author

    The plaintiff is still idiot for tipping that substandard work. There's no excuse for such stupidity.

  • Loyd Holman Post author

    I like how YouTube puts the message below video! DOES NOT GO AWAY! CLICK "NO THANKS!" a million times, but stays right there.

    "YouTube TV is now available
    . Live TV from 50+ channels without a cable box. Cancel anytime."
    TRY IT FREE NO THANKS
    Very annoying, and in your face!

  • joed596 Post author

    "defamation of character" 🙂

  • Valerie Bernard Post author

    Are the people sitting suppose to stand then be seated?

  • James Thompson Post author

    Throw that piece of hair in the front AWAY! LMAO!

  • Simonne !!!!!! Post author

    He lied his hair off. 😂😂🔨 head liar. 16 years of shotty work.

  • Lisa Swarn Post author

    Get licensed contractors

  • Jason Car Post author

    She was intimidated by him but she wasn't even there?

  • Mister Blake Post author

    The struggle is real… He is holding on to the few strands while the weave has started to show

  • johnny john john Post author

    your stupid can i have some of your money pls pls

  • johnny john john Post author

    a contracter has the permit including all sub contractors

  • johnny john john Post author

    its the tape on the joint

  • sam minyoonki Post author

    This was quite civilised

  • Cynthia C. Post author

    I would have dismissed the plaintiff's case when she got disrespectful of the judge. She would have gone home and watched herself on tv and her friends would all be telling her, "You big-mouth fool! You were about to win your case!"

  • Khadijah Dawson Post author

    Let the hair go man. It’s not worth it lol!

  • Mozzy Alghali Post author

    I literally watch this Every SINGLE Day!!!!! This Judge is Amazing and learning a lot from her Judgement #GodBlessHer

  • Andrew A Post author

    That head haha.!

  • Bivens D Post author

    This old bitch just wouldn’t SHUT UP!

  • Clarence Edwards Post author

    Does anybody see what I see? Perhaps my eyesight is failing me and that is clearly possible because I am not as young as I used to be but her eyes appear to be reptilian.

  • ADCxoDPC Post author

    That guy has two furry nipples on his forehead 😂😂

  • motorcycle man Post author

    Electrician cuts that out you freaking lady

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