Campus Times
April 25, 1997

photo by Veero Der-Karabetian

During the past week, the University of La Verne College of Law held several mock trials for graduating law students. The trials gave them a chance to test their legal skills before beginning work. Retired court judge Samuel Cianetti was on the bench. Arnold Roseleya, a paralegal student, served as court clerk and bailiff. The defense team in one civil trial, Jennifer Mullins and Michelle Voight, defended a "victim" of an automobile accident involving a faulty seat belt. The plaintiff was represented by Sharon Lee and Anne Garcia (not shown).

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