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Publishers WeeklyThe brash, witty star of the syndicated television show Judge Karen's Court shares philosophies on life developed from working as a criminal and family law attorney and mediator, and from her own tumultuous experiences as well. Only the second African-American woman ever elected judge in Miami-Dade County, Mills-Francis addresses, in her candid, no-holds-barred style, a variety of topics, from motherhood to men, but sticks rigidly to a formula: first, the life motto; next, the story from Mill-Francis's career or personal life; finally, the inspiring quote from the Bible, Jesse Jackson, Helen Keller, a Persian proverb, or some other source. Chapters can be surprisingly brief for the subjects they tackle, but her role as foster parent and judge specializing in family law give Mills-Francis credibility to offer advice. Fans of her show will take comfort in her insights.
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