2016 2017 Mock Trial Case Final Version with 272017 edits 99EXHIBIT Wilmington

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2016-2017 Mock Trial Case Final Version with 2/7/2017 edits 99 EXHIBIT ______ Wilmington Post-Dispatch December 21, 2011 Investigation into Convenience Store Robbery Continuing By: Sam Draper The Dover County Sheriff’s Department (DCSD) is investigating the Dece mber 17 robbery at the Lucky Convenience Store in Wilmington. Lead investigator Detective Leslie Smith won’t say whether the Lucky Convenience Store robbery was committed by the same perpetrators who robbed other convenience stores in Wilmington over the past few months. “We are looking at any connection between the December 17 robbery and the earlier robberies at other convenience stores in the town. We are not ruling out any connection but we are focused on the December 17 robbery.” The DCSD’s “focus” on the December 17 robbery is due, in part, to the fact that the owner of the Lucky Convenience Store was seriously injured when he was shot during the robbery. The owner, who underwent emergency surgery, remains hospitalized in serious condition. The motive for the shooting is unknown although it has been reported that some of the owner’s jewelry was taken during the robbery, including a watch, rings, bracelets and chains. According to members of the owner’s family, the watch and jewelry are expensive a nd the owner may have been unwilling to give the items up. Detective Smith had no information on the weapon used in the robbery. Detective Smith urged the public to contact the DCSD with any information regarding the December 17 robbery or any of the prior convenience store robberies. The DCSD phone number is (518) 200-0000. All calls will be kept confidential.
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2016-2017 Mock Trial Case Final Version with 2/7/2017 edits 101 NEW YORK STATE HIGH SCHOOL MOCK TRIAL RELATED CASES AND CASE LAW PART VI
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2016-2017 Mock Trial Case Final Version with 2/7/2017 edits 103 CASES Martinez v. Schenectady , 97 NY2d 78 (2001) Smith-Hunter v. Harvey , 95 NY2d 191 (2000) Hollender v. Trump Village Co-op , 58 NY2d 420 (1983) Trottier v. West , 54 AD2d 1025 (1976) Casler v. State , 33 AD2d 305 (1970) Colon v. New York , 60 NY2d 78 (1983) IMPORTANT NOTE: Only the names and the citations of the relevant cases are provided here. Please go to to view and/or print the text of each case.
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2016-2017 Mock Trial Case Final Version with 2/7/2017 edits 105 NEW YORK STATE HIGH SCHOOL MOCK TRIAL APPENDICES
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2016-2017 Mock Trial Case Final Version with 2/7/2017 edits 107 POINTS MOCK TRIAL TOURNAMENT PERFORMANCE RATING GUIDELINES 1 Ineffective Not prepared/disorganized/illogical/uninformed Major points not covered Difficult to hear/speech is too soft or too fast to be easily understood Speaks in monotone Persistently invents (or elicits invented) facts Denies facts witness should know
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