Wilmington Charter Wins The 2019 Delaware High School Mock Trial Competition

Mock Trial Committee Co-Chair Christopher Griffiths, Esq. (Center) flips a coin to determine which team will be the plaintiff and which team will be the defense as Annabelle Ryu (Center left) the team captain for Wilmington Charter School, Mock Trial Co-Chair Jason Jowers Esq. (Center left behind podium) and Brian Millard (Left), the team captain from St. Elizabeth’s looks on.

Charter School of Wilmington won the 28th annual Delaware High School Mock Trial Competition that was held on February 22 and 23, 2019 at the Leonard L. Williams Justice Center in Wilmington. The team from Wilmington Charter faced off against students from St. Elizabeth’s High School in the final round. It was a return to form for Wilmington Charter, which has won eight previous statewide Mock Trial Competitions, most recently in 2014. Students from Wilmington Charter will now go on to represent Delaware in the National High School Mock Trial Championship in Athens, GA on May 16 – 18, 2019.

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