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What Happened To Judge Mablean Ephiam Of Divorce Court?
I Have Been A Fan Of This Show For A Few Years And Judge Mablean Kick *** Good! So What Happened To Her?? Did She Retire Or Something? I Went To Watch It The Other Day And There Was A New Judge. What Gives?
Canned 'Divorce Court' Judge Cries Racism
Mablean says her hair may have done her in
By TMZ.COM STAFF
(April 7) -- Mablean Ephriam, who until recently presided over the syndicated television show 'Divorce Court," says that she was given her walking papers from the show, in part because FOX would not cut her slack when it came to styling her hair. "...When will FOX and the rest of America accept our cultural differences as African Americans and embrace us with all of our different hairstyles, hair textures, hair color..." she said in a "press conference statement."
FOX gave Mablean the boot after seven years because they say Mablean was asking for a lot more money than the network was willing to shell out. TMZ is told two million a year was not enough for Mablean, so FOX said farewell.
Mablean's statement veers away from salary and onto hairier issues. She says "the most unacceptable demand to me was when FOX said, 'There will be no changes in the current hairstyle to avoid time consuming issues regarding her hair." She believes FOX's position could violate Federal law, calling it "a racial and ethnic issue."
Mablean rhetorically asks why her hair was suddenly an issue: "Because of my ethnicity - African American, Black, *****, whatever term you prefer to use."'
Mablean adds that she wore a wig last season after losing a substantial amount of hair because of a chemical process gone bad. She feels that FOX wanted her to continue wearing a wig to save time in taping the show.
The former TV judge said there was another issue -- she did not want to tape as many as eight cases a day because "divorce is a very emotional issue." She was also upset that FOX would no longer pay for the show's holiday luncheon .
Finally, Mablean suggests FOX went after her personal assistant Princess and her daughter Darlene Allen (who ran the wardrobe department) by also firing them.
Mablean is being replaced by Lynn Toler, an ex-Ohio judge. Toler is also African American.
'Divorce Court' is produced by Twentieth Television, a division of FOX Entertainment Group. TMZ is awaiting an official response from Twentieth.
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What Exactly Is A Trial Lawyer?
I'M Gonna Be Plain And Simple. I'M 15 Years Old And When I'M Older I Want To Put Bad Guys Away As A Lawyer. I Wanna Make My City A Better Place. It'S Turned To Crap. Lawyers Are Corrupt And So Are The Courts. However I Need To Also Make A Nice Living. What'S A Prosecuting Lawyer Vs A Trial Lawyer? And Yes I Am Well Aware Being A Lawyer Isint As Glamorous As Hollywood Makes It Seem.
Unless you live in an extremely bad city like Chicago, Detroit, or New York, the lawyers and judges in your city are going to be among the most reliable people you could meet. When we're hired, we are required by law to represent our clients to the best of our ability. Sometimes that means taking positions on our clients' behalf that seem unsavory, but that does not mean we are corrupt. There are always bad lawyers and bad judges, but generally we care very, very much about upholding the law and making sure the system works the way it's supposed to. We care about our profession and members who make us look bad are dealt with.
"Trial lawyers" are basically the people who are extremely experienced at going into court and deal with that side of things as opposed to writing briefs, dealing with pre-trial matters, or working on transactional stuff like contracts. If you're good, you can live very comfortably.
A prosecutor is a lawyer who works for the state in criminal prosecutions. You do spend plenty of time in a courtroom, but you also are responsible for pre-trial issues like admissibility of evidence. Prosecutors, being state employees, are paid very poorly.
Legal Help! All Lawyers Read! Please!?
You Know How A Teacher Will Always Say, &Quot;If You See Anyone With A Weapon Or Harmful Item, Tell Us!&Quot; Well At School (Maybe 3 Weeks Ago) A Kid, Who Lets Say Isnt The Best Role Model, Stole A Razor Blade From A Teachers Class. Its A Technology Class And We Use Them To Cut Our Really Thick Papers. At The End Of Class, I Told The Teacher, Who Told The Principal, Who Called The Cops. I Never Ment To Get Him Arrested And I Feel Awful. At The Most I Thought He Would Be Expelled.
But The Real Problem Is, I Just Got A Subpoena Stating That I Must Go To Court To Testify Against Him. I'M Really Really Really Scared (Only 14!) And I Want To Know If My Lawyer Can Work Something Out So I Can Testify In A Different Room Than Him. He Still Doesnt Know I Told On Him, And I Want It To Stay That Way. Please Help Me! Court Day Is Coming!!!!!
Sorry for the trouble (for you) little lady....you were just trying to do the right thing, right? BTW: What did you think he might do with it? You are probably going to be asked this very question, since you are the one that turned him in.
Most likely, you will have to face him (as people are allowed the right to face their accusers). Very seldom will a person such as yourself get to remain anonymous. Video tape testimony may, indeed, be allowed, but the perp. will still know that you're the one.
You are going to have to get some local legal council. Tell the lawyer that you are afraid of what he might do to you and your family if he finds out you are the one that ratted him out (if this is the case). You do not need to wait until the last minute, either...
Free Initial Consultation?
When Getting Consultation From A Lawyer, Do They Ask You Personal Information Such As Name, Address, Etc? I Have Case That I Need Advice For But I Would Like To Remain Anonymous.
Anything you tell a lawyer, be it your name, address, or problems, is strictly confidential. If any lawyer released your name or talked about your problem in any way, he or she could be in serious trouble with the Bar Association. So, don't worry about your problem being fodder for the gossips! Consult a lawyer and find out what your legal rights may be.
Attorney- Client Privilege?
I Need To Find A Web Site That Gives A Comprehensive Listing Of All Exceptions To Attorney- Client Privilege. I Can Access
ACP protects communications made between a client or potential client and a lawyer made in confidence for the purpose of obtaining legal advice. ACP must be asserted in response to a court order and if it is not the privilege is waived. It is also waived if the communication is shared with anyone, or if part of the communication is shared. The one major exception is if the communication was in furtherence of a crime. Each state may have small variations but this is the basic rule.
Attorneys also have a duty of confidentiality where they cant voluntarily disclose any information relating to their representation of their clients. There are a lot of exceptions to this and vary from state to state. Read model rule 1.6 and look for the variation in your state. Common exceptions are to defend the lawyer in a lawsuit, to prevent a crime, to use as evidence in a dispute regarding fees, to comply with a court order, andto prevent death or serious bodily harm.
If Your Your A Lawyer At A Law Firm How Would You Make Partner?
By spending a minimum of 8 years at the Law firm and being an outstanding attorney