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Few are the people who are working with the Law and still managed to be a celebrity. A television personality, an American lawyer, and legal and social commentator Faith Jenkins is best known for her television courtroom show, ‘Judge Faith’.
Working as the host and arbitrator of the show, she has been doing legal and social commentary on television and appearing as an analyst on several news channels.
Height / Weight / Age
Born on September 21, 1977, Judge Faith Jenkins is currently 45 years old. She is not quite tall although she appears slim, and healthy with a good body figure, which measures 34-26-35. Her height measures 5 feet 4 inches and her weight is 56 Kg. She has a beautiful smile along with big black colored eyes and straight, long black hair.
Judge Faith Jenkins has worked hard and then received a lot of success. She has worked as a Judge and Legal analyst on MSNBC and as an attorney, which are the two major sources of her revenue generation.
She has been working for a long time and over the years she has gathered a lot of wealth. Her total net worth as of now is estimated to be Judge and Legal analyst on MSNBC.
Education / Family
Louisiana, USA, is where the famous Judge Faith Jenkins took birth she studied at C.E. Byrd High School in Shreveport, Louisiana, and after graduating moved to ‘Louisiana Tech University’ to study and earn a degree in political science.
Earning a ‘Juris Doctor’ degree, she topped her class and at Southern University Law Centre’ in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She has mostly lived a private life and the details about her parents or a sibling are not yet revealed to her. She recently married Kenny Lattimore, her long-time boyfriend.
Judge Faith Jenkins
|Birth Place||Shreveport, Louisiana, USA|
|Date Of Birth||21st, September 1977|
|Height||In centimeters – 163 cm
In feet and inches – 5’4”
|Weight||In kilograms – 56 KG
In pounds – 123 Pounds
|Profession||Attorney, Judge and Legal analyst in MSNBC|
|School||C.E. Byrd High School|
|College||Louisiana Tech University,
Southern University Law School
|Home Town||Shreveport, Louisiana, USA|
|Fathers Name||Not Known|
|Mothers Name||Not Known|
Career / Fashion And Style
Faith Jenkins was a beauty pageant contestant even before she became a media personality or even had a legal career. After she won the ‘Miss Louisiana Tech University’ title at school, she got her first taste of a beauty pageant win and became the first African-American woman to do so.
Before moving onto the ‘Miss America 2001’ competition she competed in and won the ‘Miss Louisiana’ title in 2000. She won three awards in the ‘Miss America’ competition ‘Quality of Life’, talent and swimsuit award, making history; she also finished as the first runner-up in that competition. Starting off as a litigator at the office of ‘Sidley Austin’ in New York, she started to pursue a legal career.
At the offices of Manhattan’s District Attorney (DA), she took on the role of Assistant District Attorney after five years as a Wall Street litigator. Violent crimes, robberies, narcotics, gang assaults are some of the criminal cases she handled successfully. With a firm in New York that focused on government investigations, resolution of criminal and civil disputes, white-collar defense, she decided to go into private practice with them after working at the DA’s Office for some time.
She continued her career as a legal and social commentator for the ‘MSNBC’ network after she started as a legal analyst for them in March 2014. ‘Justice By Any Means’ is a crime documentary series she hosted in December 2015. She has continued her work in the entertainment business by appearing on various shows such as ‘The Meredith Vieira Show’ and ‘Hollywood Today Live’.
Boyfriends, Affairs, Husband and More
Here we provide you the list of Judge Faith Jenkins’s favourite things.
|Favourite Colour||Blue and Pink|
|Favourite Actress||Emma Stone|
|Favourite Actor||Johnny Depp|
|Favourite Things To Do||Shopping and Swimming|
Some Interesting Facts About Judge Faith Jenkins
- In the Miss America contest, she was the first runner up in 2001.
- To win the title of Miss Louisiana Jenkins is the first woman of African-American origin.
- New York Firms of Sidley & Austin and Milbank Tweed Hadley & Mc Cloy are the big firms she has practiced law with as a successful former prosecutor.
- She competed in and won the ‘Miss Louisiana’ title in 2000.
- ‘Happening now’, ‘Hannity’, ‘Fox & Friends’ are some of the various news networks shows started to appear on as a legal analyst.
- She traveled extensively as a reigning beauty queen meeting people from all walks of life motivating them to fulfill their dreams pursue a higher life.