The Florida High School Mock Trial Competition is an academic competition in which a team of 6-8 students simulate the roles of both attorneys and witnesses in a fictional trial situation. Students have approximately five months to prepare for their roles.
The Mock Trial State Finals Competition will be March 17-19, 2016 in Orlando, Florida.
- Page, 16, Line 55, has been updated to read, "I was talking to Jordan in the hallway and I told her/him that s/he needed to keep an eye on Logan."
- The exhibit list on page 8 has been edited to properly reflect exhibits D and E on pages 40 and 41.
- Stipulation 7 has been changed to read, "Dr. Taylor Kelly and Dr. Sawyer Flagler are qualified expert witnesses and can testify to each other's statements and relevant information they would have reasonable knowledge of from other witness statements."
The Florida Law Related Education Association, Inc. offers a wide variety of law related and civic education training opportunities.
National level training programs are available as well. Check under links to access other training opportunities.
Below you will find previous years' cases for your use. These resources may be put to good use as practice tools or educational materials.
Harper Sanders v. Everglade Computers, Inc. & Chartech Tech Services, Inc.
State of Florida v. Jesse Davis
State of Florida v. Regan Buschell
State of Florida v. Jesse Woodson
Young v. Gardner
State of Florida v. Chris Byrd
Cameron Duncan v. Robin Hightower
State of Florida v. Marla Manning
Sal Lantro v. Gates County School Board
State of Florida v. Jamie Olsen
State of Florida v. Toni Menendez
Mock Trial Videos