Marian Catholic High School, Hometown, held a Law Day assembly on May 7, commemorating the significance of law in American Society. Special guests for the program were Schuylkill County Public Defender Michael Stine and Schuylkill County Clerk of Courts Stephen Lukach. The program included a jury selection, mock trial, and exlanation of Law Day. Participants included: (first row) Bernard Forgotch, mock trial advisor, Heather Getten, Rose Reid, Amanda Esposito, Faith Befano, Breanna Esposito, Theresa McCord, Schuylkill County Clerk of Courts Stephen Lukach; (second row) Molly Carnish, Shannon Kelly, Kayla Rodick, Gabrielle Fatula, Amanda Champion, Megan Fatula, Tyler John; (third row) Peter Debravski, Patrick Darrough, James McKinley, Tyler Wackley, Hunter Puza, Nicholas Mayernik, Atty. Michael Stine; (fourth row) Michael Dino, Deayanna Koskulitz, Tara Koskulitz, Ryan Darrough, Andrew Kelly; (fifth row) Joseph Letcher, Dominic Montero.
Marian holds Law Day assembly
Tuesday, May 21, 2013