While the stars and producers of TV judge shows stress their educational value, some south Florida attorneys worry about the shows reducing public respect for the legal profession and the courts.

“I hope that the general population understands that this is entertainment and not a seminar on how our court system operates,” said former Florida Supreme Court Justice Gerald Kogan of Miami. He said viewing these shows as truth could foster “disrespect” for what happens in real courtrooms.

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