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The People’s Court Podcast

The People’s Court Podcast

The People’s Court Podcast

The honorable Judge Marilyn Milian presides over the four-time Emmy award winning "The People’s Court." For more than two decades, Milian has dispensed justice and provided legal insight in the courtroom where justice and reality collide. And now, you can take the show on the go with "The People’s Court Podcast." "The People’s Court Podcast" draws on ordinary people who have filed grievances in civil court and have opted to have their cases heard and mediated by Judge Milian. Running the gamut from disputes between neighbors and family members, to dissatisfied customers suing businesses, Milian's decisions – based on current law – are final and binding. Joining Milian is multiple Emmy Award-winning investigative reporter Harvey Levin, who serves as the series’ host and legal reporter. In the courtroom, Milian is joined by court officer Douglas McIntosh. Doug Llewelyn interviews litigants after a decision has been rendered in their cases.

538 - 'Control That JunkYard Dog', 'Being Rough Around The Edges' & 'Taking On a Tenant'
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  • 538 - 'Control That JunkYard Dog', 'Being Rough Around The Edges' & 'Taking On a Tenant'

    The plaintiff says her neighbor’s dog lunged at her and ripped her coat. The defendant refuses to cover the cost of the coat, so she’s suing. The defendant says the plaintiff is a horrible neighbor who taunts her dog and even tried to kick his dog as she walked by, so his pet was just defending himself. Then, the plaintiff says he bought a granite kitchen countertop from the defendant, but it felt rough, so he complained. He says the defendant told him that was the way it was supposed to be. The plaintiff says the sealant was wrong, so he’s suing. The defendant says he installed it correctly and even went to the plaintiff’s home to fix it but got stood up. He’s countersuing for lost time at work. Plus, the plaintiff says she rented a guesthouse from the defendant’s mother for 10 years, but her son succeeded in kicking her out after his mother died. She’s suing for her security deposit. The defendant says the plaintiff stopped paying rent when she was going through a nasty divorce, and that made his mother feel unsafe. Don’t forget to rate and subscribe so you never miss an episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Fri, 19 Jul 2024
  • 537 - 'Stopping Payments', 'A Carpet Caper' & 'Making a Grave Mistake'

    The plaintiff says she and her husband agreed to rent a house from the defendant but changed their minds. They say the defendant promised to refund all their money, but he didn’t, so they’re suing. The defendant says he returned everything but the last payment, which is way more than most landlords would do. The plaintiff says she bought wall-to-wall carpeting from the defendant, but they brought the wrong color on they day they were going to install it, so she refused the delivery. She still doesn’t have the correct carpet, so she’s suing for a refund. The defendant says the plaintiff did pick that carpet at the store but didn’t like it when it was delivered. He let her order three different carpets and she still isn’t satisfied. The plaintiff says he hired the defendant to make a headstone for his father’s grave, but he made a mistake in the date of the engraving. It can’t be repaired, so he has no choice but to sue. The defendant says he sent over paperwork and the plaintiff approved everything. He claims it’s not his fault because the plaintiff signed off on it. Don’t forget to rate and subscribe so you never miss an episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Thu, 18 Jul 2024
  • 536 - 'Missing The Money Shot' & 'Holding On Tight'

    The plaintiff says she hired the defendant to photograph her wedding and create an album. She alleges it was a mess and he didn’t complete the job, so she’s suing for a refund. The defendant says the bride was a raving lunatic on her wedding day, and she complained that her guests didn’t look attractive in the pictures. Then, The plaintiff says she gave her landlord notice when she moved and left the place immaculate, but the defendant refuses to return her security deposit. She’s suing for all she’s owed. The defendant says he lowered the rent when the plaintiff lost her job and she never paid it back, so he took it from her security deposit. He’s countersuing for back rent. Don’t forget to rate and subscribe so you never miss an episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Wed, 17 Jul 2024
  • 535 - 'Running a Rottem-Rooming House', 'Tuning Out a Tenant' & 'Messing Up The Ink'

    The plaintiff says he and his mother rented a place from the defendant, but it turned out to be an illegal rooming house full of drunks and criminals. He’s suing for a refund on the rent after he got kicked out for reporting the defendant. The defendant says the plaintiff swore like a sailor and was so out of control that he killed his own cat. Then, the plaintiff says she rented an apartment from the defendants, but nothing worked. When she complained, they left a vulgar message, so she moved out because she felt unsafe. She’s suing for what she’s out. The defendants say the plaintiff is annoying and moves from place to place trying to avoid paying rent. They deny owing anything, especially since she broke the lease. Plus, the plaintiff says he hired the defendant to make T-shirts for a biker event, but almost all of them were defective and he wasn’t able to sell them. He’s suing for the maximum allowed. The defendant says he delivered the shirts, but the plaintiff waited 45 days to complain. He alleges it’s because the sales were slow and the plaintiff is trying to make up his losses. Don’t forget to rate and subscribe so you never miss an episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Tue, 16 Jul 2024
  • 534 - 'Excessive Snooping' & 'Cancelling On a Cook'

    The plaintiff says the defendant is the property manager where he lives. He alleges the man is trying to get him to move out because he pays low rent, and he alleges the defendant is harassing him and enters his apartment without permission. He’s suing for $10,000. The defendant says he’s only doing his job, and he’s countersuing for $10,000 for harassment. Plus, the plaintiff says she and the defendant have done business for years. She claims the defendant hired her to cook for a big event, and she even hired staff and bought supplies, but then the defendant dumped her. She’s suing for what she’s owed. The defendant says the plaintiff flaked out on her at the last minute and failed to return phone calls, so she had to hire someone else. Don’t forget to rate and subscribe so you never miss an episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Mon, 15 Jul 2024
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