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Olivia Wilder

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In its second season, "Cristina’s Court" won the first "Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program Award" at the 35th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California on June 20, 2008. As the first female television judge to air in national syndication on a Spanish-language network series, Cristina presided over “La Corte De Familia” cases related to relationships, including physical and verbal abuse, paternity claims, child and spousal support and infidelity. Enormously popular in the U.S., “La Corte De Familia” was Telemundo’s number two daytime show for four straight seasons. The program also aired in 15 additional countries throughout the world. Prior to being named host of “La Corte De Familia,” Cristina made her television debut as host of “La Corte Del Pueblo (“The People’s Court”) on KWHY/Los Angeles. In contrast to her tough persona, Cristina doesn’t wear “rubber gloves” in her courtroom. She has the unique ability to connect with her litigants on a very warm and personal level by sharing her wisdom, cultural background and moral beliefs with everyone who stands before her. “Cristina’s Court” consists of numerous small claims cases but focus on conflicts and legal arguments between families, couples and other relationships in turmoil, including friends, business partners and co-workers. Cristina hears cases ranging from ex-lovers fighting over possessions to an irresponsible teen who has stolen from his or her parents. Viewers will quickly see that Cristina, by nature, pours herself into each and every story, as she expertly weaves through the cases looking for the facts, providing direction, counsel and resolution in both an informative and authoritative manner. In addition to championing her legally binding judgments, Cristina simultaneously injects her moral principles and deep-rooted family values into all of her rulings. Judge Cristina will be on for approximately 30 minutes.