court observation grading rubric

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Law and Society Fall 2011 Wollenberg            Court observation grading rubric You must specify what town court you visited, the name of the judge and  the date of your visit.  In your paper, include a summary of the cases that came up  during your visit (I don’t expect the names of the defendants or plaintiffs, or other  participants.)  Discuss and analyze your observations in terms of what you  expected to see, and what actually happened.  Use the readings to support your  arguments.  You must refer to at least three of the readings. Papers will be evaluated in terms of the quality of your observations and  your analysis, the use of readings to support your arguments, and writing  mechanics, such as spelling errors, grammar and punctuation. Your papers should  be 3-5 pages, double-spaced, in 12-point font.   You will lose points if you go to a court other than a municipal court. An 
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