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Court tells Al Roker: "OMG, stop taking pics for Twitter!"
- Note to self: if you're picked for jury duty, don't bring a cell phone camera and take pictures. Yesterday, Today co-host Al Roker was picked for jury duty, and like a l...
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Bruce Cutler, who gained fame by successfully defending John Gotti three times, brings his trademark tough wit and wisdom to the bench as the presiding judge over real-life small claims cases. But he won't render a final verdict unless a three-person jury made up of celebrities, who are allowed to ask the litigants questions, can't reach a unanimous decision.
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