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The Cleveland County Bar Association will be celebrating Law Day throughout the month of April and May.

Local attorneys will visit Norman and Noble public schools to educate students about legal issues including jury trials.?

District Judge Tom Lucas, District Attorney Tim Kuykendall along with Norman Police Chief Phil Cotton have coordinated "Crash Court," a disposition docket held at Norman and Moore high schools.

Articles by Cleveland County district attorneys, lawyers and judges will be published in The Transcript. Assistant District Attorney Michael Tupper, Assistant District Attorney Beth Stanley along with Pablo the drug dog and Detective Kelly Robertson visited Norman and Moore Public Schools.

Local attorneys will visit Cleveland County School, including Gretchen Nicholson who will visit All Saint's Catholic School and Alcott Middle School. Assistant District Attorney Victoria M. Gillispie gave presentations to pre-service teachers at the University of Oklahoma College of Education and Criminal Law Students at the University of Oklahoma College of Law.

The association also will participate in the Ask a Lawyer program and will answer legal questions from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. April 27 by calling 321-8268. The Cleveland County Annual Law Day reception and awards ceremony will be held in conjunction with the Barristers' Bowl Motion 2 Strike bowling tournament on May 3 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Proceeds will benefit Norman Youth Organizations. For more information call Dave Stockwell 321-9414

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