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  • 1. According to the US Census, how many languages are spoken in the United States? a) 457 b) 329 c) 275 d) 203 e) 162
  • 2.  The Setting  The Trial  The Prosecution  The Defense  Additional Notes  Layout  Grading
  • 3. A. Prosecution B. Defense C. Don’t care (you find both sides equally exciting!)
  • 4.  Decide on your roles, especially who will be the lawyers and who will be the characters/witnesses  Begin discussing your case and how you will make it  Lawyers (four from each side) meet in the classroom at the designated time  When they come out, characters/witnesses come in and meet with me
  • 5.  Your mock trial assignments  Lawyers—your opening and closing statement outlines and your opening/closing statements or questions  Characters/Witnesses—your character sketch and affidavit  Bring The Wisdom of Psychopaths  Essay #4 is due Sunday, March 30, by 11:55 p.m. to Turnitin  Post to the discussion by Thursday at 11:55 p.m.; respond to at least two students by Sunday at 11:55 p.m.