Monday, September 10, 2007

TV Judge Sings His Way To Justice

MIAMI (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Most TV judges sentence people with gavels, but a new TV judge prefers to sing his way to justice.

That’s the verdict from openly gay, Miami-based judge, David Young, who’s ready to bring his humor, fairness, and occasional song from the bench to his own daily court show, Judge David Young.

But bursting into show tunes during trials isn’t all fun and games, in fact, the Broadway-loving TV judge says singing helps him get his point across to courtroom culprits.

Says Young: “I’d rather sing in the courtroom than yell, because if I make the lesson into a show tune, both the guilty party and the viewer will remember it. If I’m dealing with a gambling case I’ll burst into a Guys and Dolls song like, ‘Luck Be A Lady Tonight.’ It’s fun and effective!”

And show tunes aren’t the only thing that separate Young from other TV judges like Judge Judy Sheindlin and Judge Joe Brown.

He explains, “I’ve got my own style, my own attitude, my own rules, and I believe that with the right guidance, people can change. You can be fair without being condescending, and I’m sorry Judge Judy, but I would NEVER wear a doily on my robe. If I wear anything on my robe it’ll be Prada or Gucci!”

Judge David Young premieres today (Sept. 10), check your local listings for show times.

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