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Courtroom Observation Paper
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Utah’s Courtroom Observation Program gives volunteers from the community a chance to participate in the evaluation of state court judges. JPEC first trains volunteers on the value of procedural fairness in the court context and then volunteers observe court. Observers record both what they see and their personal responses to what they see as it relates to procedural fairness. The courtroom observation reports are sent to judges and included in the judge’s evaluation report.
Watch the presentation from the 2008 1L Moot Court Tournament at the Liberty University School of Law found in the Reading & Study folder of Module/Week 5. Then, write a 5–7-page review of your observation of this courtroom scene. In your review, you should briefly articulate the facts of the case being heard by the court and the arguments of the various parties. Then, you should answer the following questions in your paper: