[09/09/09 - 08:22 AM] Street Court Launches September 21 The series, cleared in over 94% of the country, features Judge Michael Mazzariello, "a tough-talking former Brooklyn D.A. who cleaned up crime in his own neighborhood."
[01/26/09 - 01:45 PM] 'Street Court' a Firm Go as More Stations Sign On San Diego, Philadelphia, Grand Rapids, Baltimore, Las Vegas, Birmingham, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Milwaukee, Raleigh and Charlotte are among the latest markets to carry the show.
[01/20/09 - 01:38 PM] Wciu-TV / Chicago Adds "Street Court" The series
follows "Judge Mazz" (aka Michael Mazzariello), a tough-talking former Brooklyn
D.A., as he summons litigants back to the scene of each dispute.
DESCRIPTION: (from Litton Entertainment's press release, September 2009) Litton Entertainment is pleased to announce the September 21st national premiere of STREET COURT, the new half-hour strip that breaks out of the courtroom and takes the judge and the litigants on location to the scene of the dispute. The series, cleared in over 94% of the country, features Judge Mazz (aka Michael Mazzariello), a tough-talking former Brooklyn D.A. who cleaned up crime in his own neighborhood. Offering a fresh twist on one of the most popular program formats on television, STREET COURT advances the courtroom genre by pairing the authority and tradition of the judge role with the authenticity and drama of real locations. From ex-wives to ex-cons, from pathetic plumbers to deadbeat dads, STREET COURT captures the emotional face-off of feuding families, bickering best friends, and next-door neighbors whose relationships have been soured by arguments. Presiding over the human drama is Judge Mazz, who grew up on the mean streets of Brooklyn and knows a thing or two about justice and getting to the heart of the truth.