Sep 15, 2010 4:18 PM by Carina Corral
Nancy Grace talked to KSBY's Carina Corral this morning about her show that launched this week, "Swift Justice."
The prosecutor-turned-talk show host gave Carina a little more than she bargained for when Carina asked Grace about her abrasive-style.
First, though, more about the show. It is like Judge Judy, but with a twist. There is no courtroom, robe or gavel, but there are experts, witnesses and lie detectors.
These people are brave to bring their disputes to the outspoken former prosecutor.
" This is a binding decision all parties are bound to whatever decision I hand down, they basically submit to the law of Nancy, which can be scary I'm sure," Grace told Carina during a satellite interview.
Scary because she is not known to sugarcoat, anything.
" Don't lie at Swift Justice, don't lie!" Grace demands of one of the litigants during Monday's show.
Carina even got a little taste of Grace's infamous sharp tongue:
Carina: "Nancy, we do have ask you, you know some people are turned off by your- quote - "steamroll style," so will you be toning it down a bit?
Grace: Uh, what people would that be Carina, would that be you?
Carina: Uh, no, not me, just some of your critics.
Grace: No, I didn't think so LITTLE GIRL!
She was just joking, we think.
Grace went on to explain that sometimes the truth hurts. "You know what, the truth is the truth. It may be bad medicine, sometimes, tastes bad going down. It is not air brushed, it is not candy coated, alright."
Just as we were able to bring this fiery host into our studio via satellite, you too, if you dare, can bring her into your home.
" I go to them at their home computers via Polyom, it's kind of like Skype. I hear them and whatever witnesses they want to include, including sometimes dog and cat witnesses, to reach a verdict that speaks the truth."
It is a new generation of court shows, delivering Swift Justice and airing on KSBY weekdays at 1 p.m.
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