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Mathis' commitment to his community and local fans was acknowledged in April 2002 when he was asked to throw out the first pitch at a Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants game at Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL. The game was broadcast live on the show's Chicago affiliate. In June 2002, Mathis also threw out the first pitch in Comerica Park in Detroit, MI at a Detroit Tigers game, also televised on our Detroit affiliate.

In addition to starring in his own television show, during the show's second season, Judge Mathis broke new ground when he took his show on the road and starred in the critically acclaimed stage production "Been There Done That" which played to sold out audiences in 29 cities and received national press attention. "Been There Done That" is a musical drama based on Mathis' life designed to inspire men and women to overcome life's obstacles. Along with Judge Mathis, the play featured gospel music icon Fred Hammond, Phyllis Yvonne Stickney and was written by Teresa Coleman-Wash. Playing a role parallel to his own life-story enabled Mathis another opportunity to help change lives.

Mathis has also served as the host of "Judgement Call," a weekly radio show in which he answered legal questions from callers on Chicago radio station WGCI. On the first Monday of every month, Mathis also joined WGCI's morning drive host Howard McGee to co-host "Ask the Judge," a law related segment of the morning show.

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