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Faith Jenkins

Judge Faith Age / Faith Jenkins Biography and Wiki

Faith Jenkins is an attorney, legal analyst, media personality, and former beauty queen from the United States. She is best known for hosting Judge Faith, which debuted on September 22, 2014. She also works as a legal commentator for MSNBC, where she started on March 11, 2014.

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Judge Faith Age / Faith Jenkins Age

Jenkins, as of 2021, is 44 years old. She was born in the United States on September 21, 1977, in Shreveport, Louisiana. Every year on September 21st, she celebrates her birthday.

Judge Faith / Faith Jenkins Height and weight

Jenkins is 5 feet 3 inches (1.61 meters) tall and weighs 56 kilograms.

Judge Faith / Faith Jenkins Education

Jenkins attended C. E. Byrd High School in Shreveport, Louisiana, and graduated with honors. She then went on to Louisiana Tech University, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science (where she was the first African-American woman to win the title of Miss Louisiana Tech University). She graduated from the Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with a Juris Doctor degree and was ranked top in her class.

Faith Jenkins Parents/ Faith Jenkins Family

Jenkins prefers to keep her personal life private, and little information about her parents in public. She, on the other hand, frequently posts images of her parents on social media. During holidays such as Mother’s Day and Father’s Day.

Judge Faith / Faith Jenkins Husband

Jenkins is married to Kenny Lattimore, an accomplished musician. On March 8, 2020, the couple married at Los Angeles’ First Congressional Church.

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Judge Faith / Faith Jenkins Salary

Faith receives a yearly income of $110,940 as a Judge. In addition, she earns roughly $60,329 per year as a legal analyst on various television shows.

Judge Faith / Faith Jenkins Net Worth

Faith Jenkins has a net worth of $2 million dollars. Her earnings are primarily derived from her work as an attorney and host of television shows.

Judge Faith / Faith Jenkins Career

Judge Faith began her legal career as a litigator at the Sidley Austin law firm in New York City. She represented high-profile clients in a wide range of commercial disputes. Judge Faith’s legal experience included defending class action securities fraud lawsuits, breach of contract disputes, white-collar/regulatory investigations, and other high-stakes cases.

Five years later, Judge Faith joined the Manhattan District Attorney’s office as a criminal prosecutor. Faith’s responsibilities as a criminal prosecutor included indicting and prosecuting gang attacks, burglaries, robberies, kidnappings, drug transactions, and guns offenses.

Judge Faith is also a legal analyst who has made appearances on popular TV channels like CNN, MSNBC, Fox News Channel, and Fox Business Channel where she analyzed the nation’s most high-profile cases and legal issues.

Judge Faith evaluated the George Zimmerman trial in Florida every day on all three major news networks. From jury selection until judgment, Judge Faith appeared nightly on MSNBC’s PoliticsNation to examine witness testimony and offer her opinion on the trial’s overall development.

She signed with MSNBC primarily as a legal expert on March 11, 2014. In addition, she has written opinion editorials for the New York Daily News.

Judge Faith Jenkins Show

On May 29, 2014, it was reported that Judge Faith would star as Judge on the daytime TV show Judge Faith, which premiered on September 22, 2014. Judge Faith is a TV series “that features nationally syndicated arbitrations-based court.”

Judge Faith also hosted the true-crime documentary series ‘Justice By Any Means,’ which debuted on TV One on December 7, 2015.

Faith Jenkins Miss America

Faith made history by being the first black woman to win Miss Louisiana Tech in 2000. In 2001, she competed for the Miss America 2001 title and came in second place, making history by winning three awards: swimsuit, talent, and the coveted “Quality of Life” national community service award for her volunteer work in literacy and education.

Faith is still involved with the Miss America Organization and judges state preliminary competitions each year. Miss Texas, Miss Mississippi, Miss Virginia, Miss Washington, Miss Maryland, Miss Louisiana, Miss Kentucky, Miss Pennsylvania, Miss New York, and Miss Kansas are among Judge Faith’s judging credits. She’s also served as a judge for the national Miss America Teen pageant in Orlando, Florida.

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