Thomas Lewis 11/13/18

Last week, on the dates; 11/7 and 11/9, I took part in helping make copies for one of the prosecuting attorneys and the copies were of a murder case. As myself and another EBCE student made copies, I did a quick skim of the information and was fascinated by the evidence and other court documents. I also sat in on a few court hearings for both defense and prosecution and made more calls to victims regarding their next court hearings with the other intern, Zach. I was really fascinated with the reading of the case I was given, since I plan on continuing my career in law as I get older, I believe that this will be helpful and it’s good that I get to know what case documents will look like and how detailed they are.

Thomas Lewis Updating Victims And Learning More About The Criminal Justice System 11/7/18

Last week, I learned about calling up victims and reminding them about court hearings. Although I was skeptic about it at first since I had to call strangers and remind them about the next court hearing, most of them did not pick up so I left messages. I also continued doing more research on cases, reading all the evidence and fact sheets, I feel more involved in the court system than I ever would have, had I not come here.



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