Your Search Returned 228 tagged news reports
Junior Lauren Hearne accepts the first- place trophy for La Reina High School after the Thousand Oaks private school won this year's Ventura County Mock Trial competition. The contest, which included more than 600 participants in 28 teams from 23
University of Tulsa law school students presented the mock trial for Kendall-Whittier Elementary School fifth-graders. Tulsa World Published: 3/5/2011 2:22 AM Last Modified: 3/5/2011 2:22 AM The trial's outcome seemed to come down to the defendant'
San Ramon Valley students get a real live taste of local history at the one-room Tassajara schoolhouse on Finley Road. Each year, the district's third-graders spend a day there learning the old-fashioned way -- slates instead of computers, maps and
Student Spotlight Student's interest in law piqued by mock trial work Thursday, March 3, 2011 at midnight When the winner for best prosecuting attorney was announced at the San Diego Mock Trial Competition last month, Ana Lucia Belmontes Nino thought
For the past six straight Tuesday and Thursday evenings, the Northgate High and California High Mock Trial teams have battled it out with 11 other school teams inside the superior courthouses in Martinez, participating in the Contra Costa County
Each of the Elmhurst schools nine varsity team members also received a $5,000 tuition waiver from Chicagos John Marshall Law School, which co-sponsored this years competition, held in Rolling Meadows at the Cook County Third Municipal District
Grand Junction High School's mock trial team will compete in regionals this weekend against Glenwood Springs High School. Junction students, clockwise from upper left, are Miranda Dvorak, Jake Madsen, Joseph O'Neill, Paul Harmon, team adviser Mark
The teens with the most moxie in the courtroom during the countywide mock trial competition, which wrapped up Monday, were students from Scotts Valley High School. The Scotts Valley team is headed to the state finals in Riverside on March 25-27. The
If you walked into one of the courtrooms at the Watsonville Superior Court on Saturday, chances are you wouldn't notice anything out of the ordinary. You'd see a judge, witnesses, a courtroom artist, a bailiff, defense attorneys, prosecutors and a
Goldilocks could not convince the jury of her innocence, resulting in their client's sentence of 400 hours of community service Friday at Callison Elementary School in Vacaville. The mock trial was more than just about having fun with a fairy tale.