In China, if you fall out with a neighbour or a relative over money or property it can be hard to find anyone to help you resolve the dispute. Many people feel the justice system doesn't have any answers for them and it isn't geared up to deal with small claims. Now in a television court show in Shanghai, presided over by China's equivalent of Judge Judy, is righting those wrongs. Correspondent Chris Hogg met a woman who took her case on the show.
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