Judge Mathis

Judge Mathis is an American arbitration-based reality court show presided over by retired Superior Court Judge of Michigan's 36th District Court, Greg Mathis. The syndicated series features Mathis adjudicating small claims disputes.

Weekdays 5:00 PM et/pt on Syndication
3 Seasons, 58 Episodes
February 3, 2014
Reality
5.7/10
Cast: Greg Mathis
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Judge Mathis
Episodes

Judge Mathis Full Episode Guide

  • Plaintiff worked with the defendant at a restaurant and claims they got into a physical altercation and has the video to prove it. She also says the Defendant vandalized her car and is suing.

  • Woman says she and the defendant had a "friends with benefits" relationship, but she is confident he is her son's father, so she has petitioned the court for a paternity test to prove it.

  • Plaintiff dated the defendant's son and believes he is her child's father. But sadly, the son was killed before he could take a paternity test, so the Plaintiff has petitioned the court for the test.

  • Plaintiff dated the defendant until she claims he became controlling and threated her with a gun, grabbed her neck and also slashed the tires on her car. She's suing for breach of contract and car parts.

  • The plaintiff insists that the defendant is her child's father.

  • The plaintiff says she put her 12-year-old daughter in a group home for acting out, but she ran away to the defendant's home, and is suing because the defendant defamed her on social media.

  • A woman is suing the defendant for a cable bill and emotional distress because she claims she was badmouthing her on social media. The defendant says the woman had sex with her ex-boyfriend.

  • The plaintiff worked with the defendant and claims she defamed her by claiming she was a prostitute, so she's suing.

  • A woman sues her ex-boyfriend for two loans and harassment.

  • The plaintiff says the defendant harassed her after she found out they were dating the same man at the same time. She is suing because she claims the defendant posted her personal information on Facebook.