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Unformatted text preview: already started. 3.) The courtrooms activities related to what we talked about in class because of the set-up of how the hearing went about. It was dead on for how they started the hearing and the basic trial procedures where they give the opening statements, then the presentation of direct testimony, closing arguments, and then they give instructions to the jury and finally reach the verdict-evicted. 4.) From this experience I gained extensive knowledge as to how to properly act in court. I also learned what actually happens in court from when the defendant walks in the door to when the defendant is either hanging their head or walking proud out of that same door. I dont believe I would do anything differently since the entire hearing just seemed so orderly and structured, which is great I think because it is court and because they deal with a lot of tough cases that cannot be dealt with in unsystematic manners....
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- Spring '07