500 seniors witness real-life DUI trial at school

04/16/2004 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The senior class of Claremont (Calif.) High School sat through the criminal trial of a drunken driver in the school auditorium to impress upon them the consequences of driving under the influence. Twelve students chosen at random to act as an advisory jury came to the same conclusion as the superior court judge in finding the defendant guilty.

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