OPINION AND EDITORIAL
EXAMPLE OF MOOT COURT:
Above: Alleged play actors Larry Klayman, esq, “Dr.” Jerome Corsi (screen) and Jason Goodman frolic in their moot court called a “Citizens Grand Jury”
WASHINGTON, June 27, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Larry Klayman, a former federal prosecutor and the founder of Freedom Watch (www.freedomwatchusa.org) announced the criminal indictment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller by a citizens grand jury for the alleged crimes of witness tampering, obstruction of justice, attempting to suborn perjury and other illegalities. A copy of the indictment, jury instructions, verdict form and related documents can be found on Freedom Watch’s website along with a video of the grand jury proceedings. Filming the proceedings as well as offering testimony about Mueller’s alleged illegal grand jury leaks was Jason Goodman, CEO of Crowdsource the truth. The video of the proceedings can also be found at the links below:
“Now that Mueller had been indicted, he will be tried, a conviction will be sought before a people’s court, and if convicted a suitable sentence meted out.1 There is no other alternative to restore the rule of law to the nation, as our system of justice has been compromised and corrupted by the establishments of both political parties, who circle the wagons and in the end protect themselves at the expense of the American people.”
Freedom Watch YouTube Channel
Crowdsource the Truth Channel
Above: Larry Klayman, esq. discusses moot court with Jason Goodman
WHAT IS MOOT COURT?
ASK LARRY KLAYMAN, ESQ.
Moot court is an extracurricular activity at many law schools in which participants take part in simulated court or arbitration proceedings, usually involving drafting memorials or memoranda and participating in oral argument. In most countries, the phrase “moot court” may be shortened to simply “moot” or “mooting”. Participants are either referred to as “mooters” or, less conventionally, “mooties”.
Moot court involves a simulated appellate court (appellate advocacy) or arbitral case, which is different from a mock trial that involves a simulated jury trial or bench trial (trial advocacy). Moot court does not involve actual testimony by witnesses, cross-examination, or the presentation of evidence, but is focused solely on the application of the law to a common set of evidentiary assumptions, facts, and clarifications/corrections to which the competitors are introduced. Though not a moot in the traditional sense, alternative dispute resolution competitions focusing on mediation and negotiation have also branded themselves as moot competitions in recent times, as had role-playing competitions in the past.
To be continued…
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