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Season Over, Case Closed: Mock Trial Comes to Order

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    The Mock Trial team, coached by Matt Crew, Joseph Cooper, Emery Potter and Phil Borucki poses together at the Gwinnett County Courthouse, before stepping into Regional competition. WILLIAMS.
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    Defense team members Morgan Biagioni (unior) and Tyler Sturtevant (freshman) run through their theme and direct of Casey Dansby the night before District competition. WILLIAMS.
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    Plaintiff team members Jennifer Nolan (sophomore), Sara Carmichael (senior), Leandro Haddad (junior), Molly Borucki (junior), and Rachel Parish (junior) pause their practice for a photo. WILLIAMS.

Although Mock Trial has no court-held authority, it has come to signify a lot to those who participate. Wesleyan’s Mock Trial team has worked hard this past season, earning a place in 2017’s District competition and winning Regionals. Mock Trial is a court trial that has no legal bearing. Students can participate on the team as a witness or a lawyer, both of which provide lasting life lessons even for high schoolers.

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