Mosby was on ‘Judge Judy’: Marilyn Mosby Judge Judy
Published: May 29, 2015
Mosby was on ‘Judge Judy’: Marilyn Mosby Judge Judy, Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby, thrust into the national spotlight after the death of Freddie Gray, appeared on ‘Judge Judy’ while she was a student at Tuskegee University.
The future prosecutor appeared on the show in 2000, back when she was Marilyn James, according to The Baltimore Sun.
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“A neighbor trashed (James’) apartment while she was away on summer break, knocking down the door, leaving cigarette burns on the walls, a “disgusting” mess in the bathtub….
And she certainly pleads her case effectively.
The television judge, her lace collar fluttering with indignation, awards the young woman the $1731.90 she sought in damages.
“I feel like there’s finally some justice served,” James tells the camera after the verdict.
“I tried to speak to the DA. I spoke to police officers,” she says. “Judge Judy … she finally gave me justice.”
Mosby, Baltimore’s chief prosecutor, made national news when she announced charges including second-degree murder against six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray.
Mosby grew up in Boston and met her husband, Baltimore City Councilman Nick Mosby, while they were students at Tuskegee University.
She returned to Tuskegee in October to give a homecoming address.
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