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A live criminal justice case based on a Joint Enterprise crime committed by a teenager, with all parts played by teenagers. The second defence witness, Jo Sales' cousin Bobby Forwood, is called to the stand. She is questioned by the defence barristers then cross-examined by the prosecution barristers. This is interspersed with comments from the expert barristers on the performances of the young barristers and Bobby Forwood. This segment is followed by the closing statements from both teams of young barristers.
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24 May 2012

Classroom Ideas

Pupils could be asked to predict whether the defendant will be found guilty or not guilty. As a follow up activity, pupils could be asked to design their own ideal justice system explaining any differences to the current British system. How were criminals judged before trial by jury was introduced?