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‘Judge Alex’ takes the stand

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Twentieth TV, which syndicates “Divorce Court” and “Texas Justice,” is preparing a third five-a-week court show for firstrun TV syndication beginning in the fall. Tentatively called “Judge Alex,” show will feature Alex E. Ferrer, a Florida Circuit Court judge.

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