Dr. Phil's Legal Matters
Joined by five of the country's top lawyers, criminal defense attorney Anthony Pope; former prosecutor Loni Coombs; financial attorney Christopher Chatham; family attorney Areva Martin and civil attorney Lisa Bloom, Dr. Phil answers your most pressing legal questions. They weigh in on headline-making legal news stories. Plus, find out if breathalyzers are really accurate.
Tammy married her husband, Dale, on New Year's Eve last year. Six months later, she was served with a lawsuit demanding $15,000 for alienation of affection.
Tara says she endured the most horrible experience on a day that was supposed to be the happiest of her life; the power failed, there was no air conditioning, the food was awful, and the cops were called.
Jessica, a Dr. Phil staff member, says she had a bad experience at a tanning salon. Find out what happened and how you can protect yourself from a similar situation.
If you park your car with a parking lot attendant and return to find it damaged, is the parking company at fault?
You won't believe why one woman could lose $50,000 after sending tweets to some of her friends on Twitter, and why a high school student is suing his teacher!