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High School Mock Trial Semifinals

2:03 PM, Mar. 12, 2014  |  Comments
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Teams from 16 Wisconsin high schools competed in the Wisconsin High School Mock Trial Semifinals March 9 at the Dane County Courthouse, 215 S. Hamilton St., Madison.

The Mock Trial program provides high school students with an opportunity to act as attorneys and witnesses in a court case developed by state bar members. The students - in teams of six to 12 - argue a criminal case before a panel of volunteer attorneys and judges in the regional competitions.

Students from the following schools participated in the semifinals: Brookfield Academy, Christian Life School, Beaver Dam High School, D.C. Everest Senior High School, Franklin High School, Lodi High School, La Crosse Logan Senior High School, Middleton High School, Oregon High School, River Valley High School, Rhinelander High School, River Falls High School, Shorewood High School, Superior High School, Wauwatosa West High School and Xavier Catholic High School.

The two finalists, Rhinelander and Shorewood high schools, competed on March 10. Rhinelander High School was the winner of the Mock Trial State Championship and will advance to the National Mock Trial Championship May 8 to 10 in Madison.

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