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Unformatted text preview: John R. Vile {COPYRIGHT} 1999] ‘ i — ‘ 3r QHoughton Mifflin ‘ ‘ Custom Publishing CHAPTER 4 FRO-M OPENINGS TO GLOSI-NGS: A STEP BY STE-P GUIDE of a trial and for each role that students play. This chapter discusses each component of a trial, and the chapter that follows deals with each role. F‘Although these chapters focus on college mock trials, most of the principles :discussed also apply to high school or law school competitions. There are appropriate and mappropriate- strategies for each of the elements I‘I’RELIMINARIES - ROOM ARRANGEMENT Rooms used in mock trial tournamentsyary widely. Students need to adapt to the rooms to which they are assigned. Mock trial rooms generally do not give an advantage to one side over another because both teams meet together in- the same room. Typically there are two tables or clusters of desks facing the front of the room. Lawyers (and sometimes the plaintiif and defendant) sit at these tables or desks Witnesses sit behind them, and coaches, family members, and other observers sit still further back. Judges typically sit together at a table in the front of the room. To one side of the judges there is be a chair or desk where each witness sits when called and another two chairs directly opposite the witness for the timekeepers. Witnesses should be able to see the judges clearly, and both attorneys and witnesses should be able to see the timekeepers. Attorneys make their objections from their tables or desks. Smdent attorneys should always stand when m ‘ - cases w ere physical handicaps make tins impossible. Some rooms will have podium and others will not. in cases Where a podium IS unavailable, it may be ! appmpriate for attorneys to give speeches .firom their table. Attorneys who know ' their parts well enough may garner extra points if they can effectively. Operate Without a podium. If a podium is present, students may want to ask permission 0f the presiding judge before straying too far from it. Students should arrive in their room as early as is reasonably possible in order to become comfortable with the; surroundings, to adjust the heating or cooling, and to become familiar with my room peculiarities. In- cases where desks and chairs are in limited supply, no team should appropriate more than its fair share Opposing teams are permitted to videotape rounds in which they participate. Such teams should do so with as much sensitivity as possible and Should avoid taping in a manner the]; would unduly affect any of the Participants they are taping. 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