The program is described in a press release as a “fresh, new forum where viewers will be able to communicate directly with Nancy and ask for her advice.”
“I have this exciting opportunity to be the jury, the judge and the prosecutor,” Grace says in a statement, “and my role is to be fair, to be just and to not mince words. We will have litigants in front of us, and also bring people in from across the country live into our studio [via remote].”
“Swift Justice” will also be the only court show in HD.
Watch a Rambo-like promo here, plus another one (containing a grammar gaffe — can you spot it?) after the jump…
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