Judge Judy Quotes – Words of Wisdom from the Iconic TV Judge

I don’t want a sermon, I want resolution!

You can’t bring a kangaroo to court and expect to win.

If you trust a fool, you become one yourself.

In my court, evidence speaks louder than personal opinions.

You can’t expect respect if you don’t give it.

I didn’t become a judge to make friends, I became a judge to make justice.

Don’t come to court unprepared, you’ll leave unsatisfied.

If you lie in my courtroom, you’ll never get away with it.

Justice is blind, but it can also be blunt.

I don’t care about your excuses, I care about the truth.

I make judgments, not friends.

You can’t bulldoze your way through my courtroom.

If you play games, I’ll reset the rules.

Don’t underestimate the power of a well-prepared case.

I see through lies like a glass window.

Common sense is not so common in my courtroom.

If you don’t respect the law, you’ll feel its consequences.

The truth always finds its way to the surface.

I don’t have time for petty arguments, I have justice to serve.

If you want justice, you have to earn it.

I don’t have patience for fools or courtroom clowns.

If you come to court, be prepared to fight for your rights.

I may be small, but my judgments have a big impact.

Don’t cry in my courtroom, save your tears for the consequences.

If you bring drama to court, expect it to be returned twofold.

Words mean nothing without evidence to back them up.

I don’t make the law, I just enforce it.

If you can’t handle the heat, stay out of my courtroom.

I don’t believe in second chances, only in sound judgments.

Justice is not always pretty, but it’s always fair.

I don’t need a crystal ball to see through your lies.

Don’t waste my time with petty grievances, bring something substantial to court.

I’m not here to coddle your feelings, I’m here to uphold the law.

I may not always be right, but I’m always just.

I have an excellent memory for lies and half-truths.

If you think you can outsmart me, think again.

I don’t care about your social status, in my courtroom, we’re all equal.

If you don’t like my judgments, take it up with a higher power.

I’m not here to be your therapist, I’m here to be your judge.

You don’t need to be a lawyer to know right from wrong.

Justice doesn’t discriminate, but I do.

I have no sympathy for those who try to manipulate the truth.

I may be tough, but I’m fair.

Don’t try to pull a fast one on me, I’ve seen it all.

In my courtroom, justice is served hot and swift.

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