She graduated from St. She spent a year working at Harvard Law School , where she served as director of training for the Guatemala Project. She was responsible for training the Guatemalan trial judiciary, defense, and prosecution bar in investigatory and trial techniques. She was appointed to the position by Janet Reno , who was then the state attorney for the county. In , she replaced Jerry Sheindlin as judge of The People's Court, and became the first Hispanic judge on any English-language television court show. Milian is listed as an adjunct faculty member of the University of Miami School of Law , teaching litigation skills.
The litigants had both agreed to bring their grievances to a California small-claims court, where retired Superior Court Judge Joseph A. Wapner heard the cases. While most cases were run-of-the-mill complaints over poor service, broken contracts, ownership rights and malfunctioning merchandise, others had odd twists. During the arguments, she reveals she had gone at the request of her friend, the bride-to-be who found out about the party. He had backed out when he was sterile.
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Not Available When she accepted the assignment of People's Court judge in early a post inherited from Judge Jerry Sheindlin , Judge Marilyn Milian made history as the first female justice of Hispanic-American origin to emcee her own television series. A native of Queens, NY, Milian moved to Miami with her family at the age of eight, and after high school attended the University of Miami as a pre-law student, graduating with a 4. Milian earned her law degree from Georgetown, then returned to Florida and began working her way up through the annals of the court system, from Assistant State Attorney for the Dade County State Attorney's Office to a five-year stint on the bench in the criminal and civil arenas of the County Court to two years on the Miami Circuit Court , an appointment she received from Governor Jeb Bush. Milian left the Circuit Court in to take the People's Court assignment, and in that venue distinguished herself from many of her competitors by moderating trials and issuing verdicts in a sharp, acerbic, and witty vein -- one that often found Milian tossing off her Cuban grandmother's quirky Spanish idioms when sentencing criminals.
And remember, say it forget it, write it regret it! Judge Milian is honored to be the first Latina Judge to host a nationally syndicated television court show. In the courtroom, Milian often uses pearls of wisdom recalled from her Cuban mother and grandmother when addressing litigants. Milian proudly admits she gets her feistiness from her mother and her drive from her father.