NOEL S. BRADY is the
specialist at the WSBA.
He spent nine years
as the criminal justice
reporter for the King County Journal.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the help of the schools,
the legal roadshow isn’t that difficult
to manage, said District Court
Administrator Jennifer Creighton.
Small claims proceedings are already
public, so the court only had to notify
litigants of the new location. The
biggest hurdle is getting schools to
invest the time and precious attention
of their students. If early results
are any indication, this traveling
courtroom might soon be in demand.
“I was a little hesitant to take a
whole day for it,” said Capital High social
studies teacher Mike Deakins, “but now
I see how valuable this experience is for
them. The kids came out with so many
questions. Of course they all want to
come back and see the next trial.”
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Commission Wohl reviews the evidence before ruling in favor of the defendant.