|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||9|
|No. of episodes||1,350|
|Production company(s)||20th Television|
|Picture format||480i 16:9 (SDTV)|
|Original release||September 12, 2005– August 29, 2014|
Judge Alex is an American arbitration-based reality court show, presided over by retired police officer, lawyer, and Florida Judge Alex Ferrer. The series premiered September 12, 2005, and airs on syndication.
Judge Alex joined Morgan & Morgan’s team, Florida's largest personal injury and consumer protection firm, in March 2015.
Judge Alex Ferrer
While Ferrer handled cases that ranged from armed robberies to kidnappings and first-degree murders as a Florida circuit court judge, his cases on Judge Alex have been described as far tamer, entertaining, and by the arbiter himself as often "bizarre." Every three weeks, he taped ten cases a day over three days previously in Houston where the show was based (once Texas Justice was cancelled, its courtroom set and theme song were used for Judge Alex); he then flew back home to Miami, where he lives with his wife and two children.
Personable and sensible with a sense of humor, Ferrer was not overly harsh or given to mouthing off like some of his judicial counterparts, though he did keep a firm control over his courtroom and did not allow misconduct or disrespect. Ferrer's rulings were often prefaced by his explanation of the law at hand to his audience.
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