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Big, bold and beautiful, F37 Judge does justice to your designs.

F37 Judge tips its hat to the trusty, utilitarian font DIN, along with old wood-type specimen books. It’s a versatile, impactful geometric sans-serif that really looks the part in XL sizes. This makes it the perfect choice for headlines that need to pack a punch — from posters to editorial layouts.

F37 Judge comes in plenty of different weights (32, in fact) with normal and condensed widths alongside matching italics. It’s further bolstered with OpenType, giving you stylistic alternates, such as the ‘O’, for a completely different, unique look. We’ve also built in stylised diacritics, allowing you to tightly space your headlines.

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F37 Judge

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F37 Judge

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F37 Judge

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F37 Judge

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F37 Judge

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F37 Judge

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F37 Judge

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F37 Judge

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F37 Judge

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F37 Judge

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F37 Judge

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F37 Judge

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F37 Judge

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  • F37 Judge

    Bold
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Bold Compressed
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Bold Compressed Italic
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Bold Condensed
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Bold Condensed Italic
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Bold Extended
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Bold Extended Italic
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Bold Italic
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Medium
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Medium Compressed
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Medium Compressed Italic
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Medium Condensed
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Medium Condensed Italic
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Medium Extended
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Medium Extended Italic
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Medium Italic
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Regular
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Regular Compressed
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Regular Compressed Italic
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Regular Condensed
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Regular Condensed Italic
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Regular Extended
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

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    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

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    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

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    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

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    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

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    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Thin Condensed
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Thin Condensed Italic
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Thin Extended
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Thin Extended Italic
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.

    F37 Judge

    Thin Italic
    Judge Roy Snyder is one of the main judges in Springfield, or perhaps more specifically, Springfield County. He was once known as a no-nonsense judge but over the years he has loosened up and become more lenient. His temperament seems to be milder than that of the Judge Constance Harm, who is more strict. Snyder has somewhat of a grudge against Lionel Hutz for repeatedly running over his son with his car. It is unknown how old Snyder's son is or if he survived. Judge Snyder also admitted in court that his wife had left him, since then he has been seen with Lindsey Naegle. When it comes to Bart, he normally lets him off the hook using the reasoning: "Boys will be boys". He was the judge who banned sugar in Springfield, though later cancelled the law, and also ordered the ruling of never mentioning anything about the "real Seymour Skinner" under penalty of torture. At one point, when decreeing that Mr. Burns has to pay a fine of three million dollars after being caught by the EPA for illegally dumping nuclear waste in a park, he allowed for Mr. Burns to, in exchange, have the Justice statue.
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