Mock Trial: People v. Mitchell
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Mock Trial: People v. Mitchell

Mock Trial: People v. Mitchell
Product Code: 3170150
Sponsoring Entities: Division for Public Education
Topics: Constitutional Law, Law Day, Public Education
Format: Public Education - 3170150
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About the Mock Trial

Criminal Law: Alcohol abuse, responsible driving, and the exclusionary rule

In this case, a traffic accident results in charges of driving under the influence and felony hit-and-run. An option pretrial motion based on the First and Fourteenth Amendments addresses the constitutionality of a traffic stop basaed on a police profile of a drunk driver.

Mock trials developed by the Constitutional Rights Foundation include the facts of a hypothetical case, witness statements, relevant legal authorities, complete trial instructions, and procedural guidelines. Each also contains an optional pretrial motion designed to help students gain a deeper understanding of constitutional issues related to the criminal trial process.

Mock trials at this grade level are not scripts, but rather give a set of facts and allow witnesses and lawyers to create testimony and questioning consistent with the facts. They typically have about eight speaking parts. They can usually be presented in one class period or adapted to be presented in that period, but most could take more time if it were available. These mock trials are suggested for use with students in grades 7-12.

Other mock trials are also available at the same price. Please visit our full listing of mock trials for more information.