Mock Trial Begins Competition

Our first round of competition is on Monday, as we brave the world of virtual mock trial competition.  The students have been wonderful throughout these past two months, and are excited for Monday. Read about the case and the team members...
The Los Angeles Mock Trial Program is an academic competition in which over 2,500 high school and middle school students compete at the county level. Student teams study a hypothetical case, conduct legal research, and receive guidance from volunteer attorneys in courtroom procedures and trial preparation. The trial itself is a simulation of a criminal case, in which students portray lawyers, witnesses, court clerks, and bailiffs, thus acquiring a working knowledge of our judicial system while developing their analytical abilities and communication skills.

Case Brief
People v. Croddy

People v. Croddy is the trial of Lee Croddy who hosts a popular YouTube channel called The Right
Choice of News (RCN). Croddy has been charged with two counts: (1) aiding and abetting in the
commission of first-degree burglary by another, and (2) accessory after the fact. Read the brief here!

The team members are:
Lily Davoren
McKenna Dixon
Emily Hurtado
Daniella Lopez
Stella Rose
Julianna Barlow
Carolina Casillas
Gia Corey
Alanna Lemp
Maddie Magruder
Brigitte Morgan-Varga
Kate Powledge
Sarah Stern

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