The Cary Classical Conversations Challenge B homeschool class participated in a mock trial tournament April 7-8 at the Harnett County Courthouse in Lillington. Students ages 13-15 played the parts of attorneys, witnesses, defendants and bailiffs. Pictured from left to right: Brady Henges, Greyson Bailey, Olivia Carter, Lisa McVicker, Brianna Daniels, Leslie Cooley , Justin Nachsin, Grant Manley, Jackson Keen, Luke Chambers and Miranda Knesovich.
The Cary Classical Conversations Challenge B homeschool class participated in a mock trial tournament April 7-8 at the Harnett County Courthouse in Lillington. Students ages 13-15 played the parts of attorneys, witnesses, defendants and bailiffs. Pictured from left to right: Brady Henges, Greyson Bailey, Olivia Carter, Lisa McVicker, Brianna Daniels, Leslie Cooley , Justin Nachsin, Grant Manley, Jackson Keen, Luke Chambers and Miranda Knesovich. COURTESY OF REBECCA CARTER
The Cary Classical Conversations Challenge B homeschool class participated in a mock trial tournament April 7-8 at the Harnett County Courthouse in Lillington. Students ages 13-15 played the parts of attorneys, witnesses, defendants and bailiffs. Pictured from left to right: Brady Henges, Greyson Bailey, Olivia Carter, Lisa McVicker, Brianna Daniels, Leslie Cooley , Justin Nachsin, Grant Manley, Jackson Keen, Luke Chambers and Miranda Knesovich. COURTESY OF REBECCA CARTER

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