Judge Judy Lets Dog Loose In Court To Prove Who Owns It

Talk about ruff justice.

TV Judge Judy Sheindlin unleashed her keen legal mind in a most creative way while presiding over a dog ownership dispute.

In a viral clip of "Judge Judy” posted Monday, a woman said she bought the dog on the street, but a man claimed the pet was his.

After some questioning, Judge Judy had had enough. She ordered the dog to be brought in to the courtroom and let loose.

Tail wagging, the little pooch rushed excitedly to the man and jumped on his leg as the man began to cry.

Judge Judy then issued a most decisive ruling.

"It’s his dog,” she said.


You can watch the immediate solution at the start of the video above or watch a more detailed clip below.

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So, when they looked closely, they were shocked to find a bullet hole in the middle of his head.It became clear to them that the elephant had been chased by the poachers and they were seeking out this valuable ivory.It was just pure luck that the elephant managed to flee and get into this park to save his life.
Veterinarians Keith Dutlov and Lisa Marabini were contacted to get the elephant examined and the elephant soon started trusting them.Upon examination and after giving the elephant a tranquilizer, they learned that if the bullet had been just a few centimeters lower, he would have died.He woke up after the checkup and had a dizzy head and started banging his head against the wall but soon fell asleep.