Allumination Filmworks bring Judge Judy back to DVD with "Second to None", a compilation of ten Judge Judy cases, running a total of around 120 minutes (although the back of the box states it's only 100 minutes).
The cases featured are:
* PATTERSON VS. JIMERSON - A 16-year-old girl (Patterson) sues a prom date that didn't show up (Jimerson) for the cost of doing her hair and buying a prom outfit
* REPSHER VS. ZILE - A woman (Repsher) sues the owner of a kennel (Zile) for misrepresenting a mixed-breed dog as a Yorkshire Terrier
* CASIMIR VS. RANDOLPH - A teenage boy (Casimir) sues for an unprovoked attack by a fellow youth (Randolph); he counters with the claim that the former boy's girlfriend subsequently stabbed him in the heart, nearly killing him
* BROWN VS. PRITCHETT - A twentysomething man (Brown) sues a 13-year-old girl (Pritchett), for whom he routinely purchased alcohol, for filing a false police report
* HACKETT VS. SCHELL - A man (Hackett) sues the on-again, off-again boyfriend - and admitted abuser (Schell) - of a woman whom he was walking home with, for an unprovoked physical attack
* GALLARZO VS. COSIO - The new girlfriend (Gallarzo) of an elementary school girl's father turns up at the elementary school graduation; girl's biological mother (Cosio) is not best pleased and mounts a verbal attack on the girlfriend.
* WATTS VS. SORROWS - Purchaser of a new home (Watts) is shocked when she [allegedly] finds an unknown man having sex in aforementioned home [Sorrows] on day they were due to move in
* OSMAN VS. BENJAMIN - Teenage drama gone serious: in a lengthy (26 mins) and complicated case, Osman claims defendant (Benjamin) allowed her to be "set-up" for a physical assault
* DAVENPORT VS. FILKINS - Possibly the disc's highlights. Judy vents as eBay seller (Filkins) attempts to con buyers (including Davenport) into buying pictures of cellphones for hundreds of dollars
* DETTENHEIM VS. DETTENHEIM - A short (4 mins) open-and-shut case regarding damage to a vehicle that one sister stole from the other.
As with the 2007 release "Justice Served", each case is prefaced with a short clip of Judy espousing a moral or cautionary tale relevant to the case.
Extras include a three-minute reel of "Judyisms" (different to those "Judyisms" seen on the "Justice Served" DVD), two clips of Judy on Entertainment Tonight (one from 1997, one from 2008) and a tribute to Judy from The Montel Williams Show.
Packaging is a standard Amaray-type keepcase. There are no subtitles. The material is presented in 4:3 fullscreen, as it is aired on TV. The DVD is not region-coded.