Joseph "Judge Joe" Brown (born July 5, 1947) is a former arbiter of the arbitration-based reality court show, Judge Joe Brown. Brown became the first African-American prosecutor in the city of Memphis. Brown was thrust into the national spotlight while presiding over James Earl Ray's last appeal of Ray's conviction for the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. It was during this time that Judge Brown caught the attention of the producers of Judge Judy. Joe Brown is the first African American male to preside over a courtroom television show and the first African American person to preside over a long-running courtroom series the show was syndicated in the US.
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