Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Today Weds June 4, 2014 @ 10PM E/ 9PM C/7PM P~W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: Getting Down With Judge Joe Brown LIVE!!!

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: Getting Down With Judge Joe Brown LIVE!!!

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: Resurrecting Black Radio One Podcast At A Time!!!


Date: Wednesday June 4, 2014


10pm Eastern/9pm Central/7pm Pacific

 This is a 2 hour show/discussion

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Featured Guests...

1.) The Honorable Bro. Judge Joe Brown

Bro. Ron aka r2c2h2 tha artivist with the Honorable Judge Joe Brown~4/11/2014

Elect Judge Joe Brown For Shelby County District Attorney General

Short Bio
Judge Joe Brown was born on July 5, 1947, in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. A reality television judge known for his intransigence with sentencing and his direct, no-frills method of addressing plaintiffs (an approach he refers to as "tough love"), Washington, D.C., native Joe Brown grew up in South Central Los Angeles as the child of two dedicated and diligent schoolteachers. Brown graduated from Dorsey High School in Los Angeles, then attended UCLA as a political science major and put himself through school by working extracurricular jobs as a ditchdigger and a truck loader -- an approach that carried him through his undergraduate years. Prompted by a friend to apply to law school, Brown then re-enrolled at UCLA and took legal classes while paying his expenses via substitute teaching. In 1973, after graduation, he relocated to Tennessee, accepted posts with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Legal Services, and in time worked his way up to become the first black prosecutor in Memphis history, and director of the Memphis Public Defender's Office. Following a 12-year tenure as an attorney in private practice, Brown received an appointment to Judge of Division 9 of the Shelby County State Criminal Courts in Tennessee, in 1990. Nearly a decade later, executive producer John Terenzio tapped Brown to headline the syndicated Judge Joe Brown, which began its run in 1998. After a strong run the show was not renewed for the 2014 season.

Prior to his TV show, Judge Joe Brown was best known for presiding over the last hearings for James Earl Ray in 1997, as Ray tried to establish that he had been coerced into pleading guilty in the assassination of Martin Luther King. Brown was removed from the case on March 6, 1997, when the Court of Criminal Appeals ruled that Judge Brown's decisions appeared to be biased in Ray's favor. No replacement judge was ever appointed, and Ray died the following year.



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