Randy Douthit, executive producer, and director of Judy Justice, a documentary film project based in Indianapolis, Indiana, is busy creating a documentary film about the life of Judy Justice. The film will be created by and for the people of Indianapolis. The story of Judy Justice is not just about one person. It is about the people who have supported and loved her. The film will be an honest portrayal of the life and times of Judy Justice and her family. It will show how she lived with disabilities throughout her life but never let that define her or hold her back from following God’s plan for her life.
- Randy Douthit Interviews Judy Justice
The producer and director’s interest in the legal system extends beyond Judge Judy’s courtroom boundaries. He supports Public Counsel’s efforts to access state and federal funding for the indigent defense system. In the past, Randy has been a board member of the Indiana Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and serves on the board of directors for Indiana Legal Services. He is also vocal in his support of indigent defense reform.
- The Documentary Film Project Judy Justice
The documentary film project is a labor of love that Randy has worked on for over forty years. He has written a book about his experiences with Judy Justice, including interviews with family members and friends and court transcripts from her cases. The book tells her story from beginning to end, including her childhood and up until today. The book will serve as a guide for people interested in learning more about Judy Justice’s life story and their own lives throughout history. It will also be used as a resource for people looking for ways to help others like Judy Justice who face challenges in their lives.
The Judy Justice Foundation is a nonprofit organization formed in the spring of 2015 to support the documentary film project and other initiatives of the producer and director. The foundation will be responsible for raising funds, organizing events, and overseeing the distribution of grants and donations.
The Judy Justice Foundation will be responsible for raising funds from donations and grants and organizing events that help raise awareness about indigent defense reform. The foundation will also be responsible for distributing funds to organizations working towards indigent defense reform.