DUE PROCESS FREEDOMS BATTLE FOR TRUTH/ITS YOUR WITNESS
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Students examine the role of the attorney in court. This strategy can be used as a social studies unit on the Bill of Rights, the judicial system, and/or courtroom procedures.
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