Is Judge Judy's bailiff a real officer of the court?

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What does a bailiff do in court?

A bailiff is kind of like the court policeman. He makes sure all the court policies are enforced and gives warnings to those who don't comply. He also announces the judge.

Who are the people in Judge Judy's courtroom?

The courtroom audience is comprised of paid actors, known as 'extras'. And it's the same with the former family court judge herself. She's an 'accepted arbitrator', not a lega