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Arizona Court of Appeals hears arguments at Sunnyside High School


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  • Sunnyside Unified School District

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The Arizona Court of Appeals will be holding arguments at Sunnyside High School on March 2, 2016.  This is a rare opportunity witness the judicial branch of government at work and watch attorneys present a real case to three judges from the Arizona Court of Appeals.

 

The judges have identified State v. Kjolsrud, Kambitsch, 2-CA-CR 1015-0230,-0231 and attorneys representing the two defendants be given 30 minutes to present their arguments and the state will have 25 minutes to present its case.  The case stems from a routine traffic stop that resulted in the arrest of two individuals, Kjolsrud and Kambitsch.  The Court of Appeals is not an evidence-taking court, so there won’t be witnesses and cross-examinations like courts commonly depicted on television.  The focus of the arguments will be on Arizona law and the matters under appeal.

 

Arizona Court of Appeals hears arguments at Sunnyside High School 480x242After the case, the Court of Appeals judges will take questions from the audience, as long as those questions do not pertain to the case they just heard.  Details are as follows:

 

March 2, 2016 from 10:00 to 11:30 AM

Sunnyside High School

1725 East Bilby Road

Tucson, AZ  85706

 

Students, parents, faculty, and members of the public are welcome to attend.  All guests attending the arguments will need to arrive by no later than 9:30 AM in order to go through security screening.  Note that food and beverages are not permitted past security.  For the safety and security of the students and judges, members of the public wishing to attend must make a reservation with Ms. Veres.

 

News reporters who have questions about this event should contact Heather Murphy, Communications Director for the Arizona Courts at 602-452-3656 or hmurphy@courts.az.gov.