Mock Trial: Scott Walker v. Tanya Brewster
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Mock Trial: Scott Walker v. Tanya Brewster

Mock Trial: Scott Walker v. Tanya Brewster
Product Code: 3170173
Sponsoring Entities: Division for Public Education
Topics: Law Day, Public Education
Format: Public Education - 3170173
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About the Mock Trial

Issues of negligent storage of a handgun and supervision of a minor

Five-year-old Jesse Walker was severely wounded by a bullet accidentally fired from a 9-millimeter Bareta semiautomatic pistol that 13-year-old T.J. had brought into the Walkers' home. The pistol is owned by the man who lives with T.J.'s mother, Tanya Brewster. Scott Walker is suing Tanya Brewster for negligent storage of a firearm and for negligent supervision of her minor child.

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