Judge Faith Jenkins stops by The Breakfast Club to talk about her new show.
During the interview, the judge speaks about her admiration for Judge Judy and explains that the cases are real. The former criminal prosecutor details how the George Zimmerman case, which she was covering as a legal analyst for several networks, prompted a call from the network to offer her the gig.
About Judge Faith
After five years as a Wall Street litigator, Faith joined the Manhattan District Attorney’s office as a criminal prosecutor. As a prosecutor, Faith worked on hundreds of criminal cases, including indicting and prosecuting a multitude of violent crimes. Faith became known among her colleagues, judges, jurors, and court staff as a tough, but fair trial attorney. After the Manhattan DA’s Office, Faith transitioned back into private practice with a New York litigation firm specializing in resolving business disputes, white-collar defense and government investigations, as well as other civil and criminal matters.