Bring the Court System to Life for Students
Since its inception in 1983, the Wisconsin High School Mock Trial Program has brought our legal system to life for thousands of students.
Using facts and case materials developed by Wisconsin attorneys, students gain a deeper understanding of the court system as they develop their arguments and build their cases.
Students have the opportunity to:
- Analyze and prepare a case
- Present as a witness
- Argue their assigned role
- Receive input and feedback from attorneys and judges
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State Bar of Wisconsin
This year’s mock trial case involves a shooting. Rashawn Anderson is lucky to be alive. The State of Wisconsin has charged Leslie St. Peter with attempted first degree homicide. One possible witness is dead.
The 2013 Case Materials will not be available until November 19, 2012
We are grateful to the members of the Criminal Law Section for writing this year’s case. Each year the case writing committee attempts to write a case based on the previous years’ suggestions that will captivate you during your many hours of preparation.