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High School Students Visit Court to Learn about Mistakes and Consequences
(ANNAPOLIS, Md. – April 6, 2016) More than 100 Anne Arundel County high school students will come to court on Thursday, April 7, to learn about the legal and financial consequences of being charged with offenses such as drunk driving. The students will be taking part in the Schools in the Court program at the Anne Arundel County District Court in Annapolis. The media are invited to attend.
“This program is being held right before prom season, and the students will hear from people who have experienced the personal and life-changing effects of poor choices,” said Anne Arundel County District Judge Shaem C.P. Spencer, who presides over the Schools in the Court program. The students will also watch actual court proceedings in criminal cases and meet members of the Maryland State Police K-9 squad.
Students from Arundel, Chesapeake, and North County high schools and The Harbour School will take part in the April 7 program. This is the last of four Schools in the Court programs that the District Court of Maryland in Anne Arundel County is holding this school year.
District Court of Maryland in Anne Arundel County’s Schools in the Court program
Thursday, April 7, 2016, 9-11:30 a.m.
Courtroom 1, Anne Arundel County District Court, 251 Rowe Boulevard, Annapolis
Anne Arundel County District Judge Shaem C.P. Spencer will preside. More than 100 Anne Arundel County students from The Harbour School and Arundel, Chesapeake, and North County high schools will attend.
Call the Maryland Judiciary’s Office of Communications and Public Affairs at 410-260-1488 if you want to attend or have questions, including when and where cameras will be allowed.
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