The most gripping half-hour of TV is here. Justice by Any Means plunges viewers into amazing true stories of brave African-American men and women who suffered unimaginable loss and then went toe-to-toe with the bad guys. Hosted by Faith Jenkins ("Judge Faith"), the show delves not only into real crimes but the lives of those that fought to bring the crimes to light.

They are people like Atlanta native Sharon Williams, a struggling single-mom who took on local drug dealers, the Atlanta PD, a would-be serial killer, and her own community to put her daughter's killer behind bars; Marcelle McGee, a newlywed who stopped at nothing to track down the man who raped and nearly murdered her neighbor; then there's JoAnn and Emory McClinton, a quiet, God-fearing couple who spent more than two decades – and exhausted their life-savings – traveling the globe, setting up sting operations, and ultimately hunting down the man who murdered their daughter Lita.

Justice by Any Means - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-12-07

Justice by Any Means - Faith Jenkins - Netflix

Faith Jenkins is an American attorney, legal commentator and media personality. On March 11, 2014, she officially joined MSNBC as a legal analyst. She is also a judge on Judge Faith, a daytime court show, where she renders decisions in a television courtroom.

Justice by Any Means - Early life and education - Netflix

A native of Louisiana, she graduated from C. E. Byrd High School in Shreveport, Louisiana. She attended nearby Louisiana Tech University where she earned her bachelor's degree in political science. Jenkins was involved in beauty pageants and won several major titles. She was the first African-American woman to win the Miss Louisiana Tech title. In 2000, she won the Miss Louisiana title and advanced to compete in the Miss America 2001 competition, where she was named first runner-up, winner of the Quality of Life award, and preliminary winner in swimsuit and talent. Faith earned her Juris Doctor from the Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she was ranked first in her class.

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