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Inner City Miracle

3.94  ·  Rating Details  ·  47 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Millions have seen him on his nationwide TV show, dispensing justice in his own charismatic style. But Judge Greg Mathisâs own rise to success has been a trial by fire. In this truly candid memoir, his harrowing life on both sides of the law is revealed for the first time.

It starts in Detroitâbut far from the court where Greg would one day preside. Raised in the hell of th
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published October 1st 2002 by One World/Ballantine
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This is a surreal-life experience of Judge Greg Mathis. Not only does he have a phenomenal judge TV syndicate show, but now we are able to tap into his life, when he was a hustler to a legal-lawyer-judge wonder. He keeps it real, unbelievable, on some of the things he shares in this book. I was like, whoa! See for yourself---you be the judge.

*I am laughing at when he shares his experience in the backseat of his brother's car with a young girl, needing to take care of her personal hygiene like r
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Sep 14, 2015 Kristinia Horton rated it it was amazing
It was an amazing experience to be able to follow the Judge's journey from an Errol Flynn naughty kid to an amazing and fair judge!
Monica Beasley
Mar 21, 2015 Monica Beasley rated it it was amazing
I love judge Mathis's wit and personal struggles, this was a great memoir
Oct 01, 2010 D M rated it liked it
While not without his flaws, Judge Mathis is rightfully due credit as an inspiration to those who feel their options in life are limited by their social or economic status
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