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The formal prosecuting attorney Mablean Ephriam is famous as a television adjudicator of the courtroom series called Divorce Court. She is also the first star of the reality-based version show of The Divorce Court, where she completed seven seasons from 1999-2006 Ephriam appeared as a judge in Tyler Perry’s Madea Flims, and also hosted an annual event called The H.U.F. Let’s find out more about her life and achievements. Early Life Mablean Ephriam was born as Mablean Deloris Ephriam on April 23, 1949, in Hazlehurst, Mississippi, the U.S. Ephriam is the daughter of Robert Ephriam and Mable Ephriam. She was raised in Los Angeles alongside her two siblings, brother Frank Ephriam and sister Mae Stewart. The African-American Judge Mablean was the eldest daughter of her family. For her education she attended night class at Whittier Law School and in 1978, she earned her Juris Doctor degree. Career Mablean Deloris Ephriam…

American judge or lawyer, Lynn Toler is the arbitrator on the court series, Divorce Court. She served as a sole municipal judge for almost eight years in Cleveland Heights Municipal Court. After working for years as a lawyer, she appeared on the TV as a lawyer. Moreover, she is also an author who published several books. Regarding her personal life, Toler is married to her author husband with whom she shares two kids, two sons. Bio, Wiki Of Lynn Toler Lynn Toler was born Lynn C. Toler on 25th October 1959 in Mesa, Arizona under the birth sign Scorpio. Toler is American as per nationality and as far as her ethnicity is concerned, she is African-American. She is the daughter of Shirley Toler and Bill Toler. Moreover, Toler attended Harvard College from where she earned an undergraduate degree in English and American Literature in 1981. Four years later, she received an undergraduate degree in Juris Doctor…

Short Description of Faith Jenkins: Faith Jenkins is an American legal commentator and media personality identified better for being a judge on the show Judge Faith. She has won Miss Louisiana Tech 1998 and Miss Louisiana 2000as well as she was the first runner-up of Miss America 2001. She presents decisions about television courtroom issues and she has a personality of American nationality and black ethnicity. Faith Jenkins’ Early Life: Faith Jenkins was born on September 21, 1977, in Shreveport, Louisiana. She was joined in the C.E. Byrd High School and graduated from the Louisiana Tech University and the same college she got the degree in political science. As a teenager, she has begun in several beauty pageants and has also held many high profile titles. The first African-American win the Miss Louisiana Tech was enrolled in the Miss America competition. She has obtained her Juris Doctor from the Southern…