A woman’s face, hair, and even her breasts are not the only body parts a judge will consider when she hears evidence about her sexual misconduct case.
The People, a series of TV and radio shows, has given some women more autonomy than usual by making the role of the judge more central to its depiction of a criminal justice system.
In a series called “The People,” judges are not only expected to make a ruling but also have a personal relationship with the accused, and judges may have other people who judge them.
And while the show has included the trial of convicted serial rapist Anthony Scaramucci, the judge in his case, Christine Blasey Ford, has not been featured on the show.
A source familiar with the show said the decision to include the Ford case was influenced by the success of the documentary, “The Price Is Right,” about the 2016 election cycle.
It is the first time that a woman has been featured in a court of law in a drama, and in the case of the Ford trial, the actress, a former Miss USA, has said she has not yet had an opportunity to meet with the judge.
“I’ve been so focused on the political aspect of it, and I’ve never met the judge,” Ford said in a statement in November, after she was initially set to be tried.
Ford said she had been told she would receive an offer of $5 million if she accepted.
But Ford declined, and on Monday, the People confirmed that she had turned down an offer from the network of $3 million.
When asked by a producer whether Ford was considering a plea bargain, the producer replied, “No, you’re not going to get a plea.”
Ford has said that after the judge made her decision, she went to her lawyers and told them that she felt the decision was not appropriate for a woman who had never been in a courtroom before.
Ford’s lawyer, Stephen Jones, told the Washington Post in November that Ford has not seen the trial.
He said that “she does not have a problem with the way the judge has treated Ms. Ford,” and that she “has never made any comments about Judge Ford or her case.”
Jones said Ford would not have been able to make her case in court without a public advocate, and he was confident that “it would not be a problem.”
Ford and her lawyer have said the judge told them Ford was not a person of interest and that her case was a “battleground” for the election.
However, Jones also said that Ford would be “very uncomfortable” being seen by the public and that Ford “does not have any interest in making this a political issue.”
“We know this is a complicated case,” Jones said.
“But we’re confident that the public will understand this is about a woman and her rights and not a political battle.”
Ford was charged in 2016 with sexual misconduct and obstruction of justice after allegedly taking her two children to a hotel room, where she allegedly forced herself on them.
She pleaded not guilty in March, and her trial began in October.
Ford and the two children were later arrested and charged with felony child abuse and child endangerment.
Ford was eventually sentenced to 10 years in prison.
After the judge’s decision, Ford and her husband, Anthony Scarambuccio, said they were not going back to court.
Scaramucci, who is a partner at the law firm Jones Day, has defended his former colleague, saying that Ford had “a terrible case, but not a case that I believe is going to be as bad as the other women who have come forward.”
Scaramuccio has also defended Ford, calling her allegations “totally false” and “a joke.”
Ford is one of two women who has come forward publicly since the Trump administration’s decision to rescind protections for sexual assault victims, including a federal judge in New York, who ruled against an appeals court’s decision.
The judge, Louis Freeh, had denied a request from Trump’s attorneys to delay the trial until after he had reviewed the sexual misconduct allegations against Scaramuccio.
The judge had been slated to hear evidence about Scaramucio’s conduct in October, and Freeh was scheduled to give his ruling at the time.