Emerald Ridge High student Thai DeBuck, left, questions Carolyn Watson, center, about evidence during a mock trial at the Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent on Dec. 8. Students from Emerald Ridge’s business law class participated in a mock trial against Redmond High School. The class was split into two teams — prosecution and defense — and each presented their case to a real judge and a jury full of volunteers.
Emerald Ridge High student Thai DeBuck, left, questions Carolyn Watson, center, about evidence during a mock trial at the Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent on Dec. 8. Students from Emerald Ridge’s business law class participated in a mock trial against Redmond High School. The class was split into two teams — prosecution and defense — and each presented their case to a real judge and a jury full of volunteers. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Emerald Ridge High student Thai DeBuck, left, questions Carolyn Watson, center, about evidence during a mock trial at the Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent on Dec. 8. Students from Emerald Ridge’s business law class participated in a mock trial against Redmond High School. The class was split into two teams — prosecution and defense — and each presented their case to a real judge and a jury full of volunteers. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

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Emerald Ridge High students go to court — in the name of education

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