Faith Jenkins is an American attorney, legal commentator and media personality. On March 11, 2014, she joined MSNBC as a legal analyst. She was also a television arbitrator on Judge Faith, a daytime court show, where she rendered decisions in a television courtroom. The court show ended production in 2018.
|Born:||September 21, 1977, Shreveport, Louisiana, U.S.|
|Residence:||New York City|
|Education:||Louisiana Tech University, Southern University Law Center|
|Occupation:||Attorney, judge, legal commentator, television host|
|Title:||Miss Louisiana 2000, Miss Louisiana Tech 1998|
|Spouse(s):||Kenny Latimore (2020)|
|IMDb:||Faith Jenkins's IMDb|
About Faith Jenkins
Legal commentator and television personality best known as the daytime television judge on Bounce TV's Judge Faith. She is an attorney and has been legal council for many television series and networks, including MSNBC.
She was named Miss Louisiana Tech 1998, Miss Louisiana in 2000 and the first runner-up at Miss America 2001. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Louisiana Tech University.
She was a litigator for five years before joining the Manhattan District Attorney's Office as a criminal prosecutor.
She is married, but her husband's name has not been given to the public.
She became a daytime television judge like Judge Judy.
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- Miss America 2001 delegates
- Television judges
- Southern University Law Center alumni
- C. E. Byrd High School alumni
- Miss America Preliminary Talent winners
- Miss America Preliminary Swimsuit winners
- Miss Louisiana winners
- Southern University alumni
- Louisiana Tech University alumni
- American beauty pageant winners