Judge Greg Mathis Shares His Inspiring Story of Overcoming Adversity

Greg Mathis was a juvenile delinquent Growing up in rough Detroit neighborhoods Mathis fell in with the wrong crowd and was arrested several times before he was even 17.

But when he reached a critical turning point, Mathis was able to turn his life around. He got his GED, went on to get a bachelor’s degree, and graduated from law school. And passed the bar.

But he faced still more obstacles on his way to becoming a popular TV courtroom personality. In fact, only Judge Judy has been on the air longer than Greg Mathis.

Get your copy of Greg Mathis’s book

In 2002 Mathis wrote his autobiography, called Inner City Miracle. He and I met that fall to talk about the book.

So here now, from 2002, Greg Mathis.

Greg Mathis will be 64 in April. He is still on television every week on the show “Mathis Family Matters.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.