Charlotte High School 1st Place in the Twentieth Judicial Court Mock Trial Competition
The 23rd annual Twentieth Judicial Court High School Mock Trial Competition, hosted by Collier County, on Friday, March 4, 2022. Charlotte High School, the Charlotte County Public Schools Mock Trial Champions, battled against teams from Seacrest Country Day School, Collier County, and Fort Myers High School, Lee County, during a grueling and very competitive contest.
Charlotte High School and Fort Myers High School competed in the Final Round to determine which team would represent the Twentieth Judicial Court at the State Mock Trial Competition in April. In a very exciting Final Round, Charlotte High School claimed the title, Twentieth Judicial Court High School Mock Trial Champions.
The Twentieth Judicial Circuit Mock Trial Competition is co-sponsored by the Charlotte County Public Schools, the Collier County Public School, and the Lee County Public Schools, as well as, our local Bar Associations and local businesses. The continued support of the legal and business community in our annual mock trial program is vital to its success, and it makes a difference. Our students continue to perform well at the Florida High School State Mock Trial Championship, with top ten finishes five out of the last six years.
Furthermore, this will be the seventh time Charlotte High School will make an appearance at the State Mock Trial Competition.
CHS Mock Trial Team:
First Row: Mr. David Riley (Advisor), Samantha Mahler, Emma Buck, Steven Leskovich (Attorney Coach),
Second Row: Anai Roca, Danyel Yurkovitch, Kasey Roy, Kylie Craig
Third Row: Enzo Laurenti, Michael Roy, Olivia Harper, Jacob Powell
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