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Ohio Supreme Court To Hear Cases In Bucyrus

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 9/12/2013

Hundreds of juniors and seniors from all six high schools in Crawford County have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity next month to see how the judicial system operates. The Ohio Supreme Court is coming to Bucyrus High School October 23rd to hear three real-life cases, which were selected because they're of interest to teenagers. One is especially emotional, with a teenage girl asking to legally break contact with her father. The Ohio Supreme Court visits two counties a year, with this being the first time it has come to Crawford County. And Galion Attorney Jay Wagner, the Crawford County Bar Association President, believes this will be a great educational experience for the students. Each of the three cases will be argued before students from two schools. Prior to the Ohio Supreme Court's visit to Bucyrus, attorneys with the Crawford County Bar Association will go to each school to give students the backgrounds on the cases they will hear.

   
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