Wooten, Kimbrough & Normand Participate in "Teach-In"

Doug / 11-24-2010 / WKN News

Wooten Kimbrough Attorneys Participate in “Teach-In”

Two Orlando Personal Injury Lawyers at Wooten Kimbrough, P.A. participated in Orange County Schools annual Teach-In Event. One of our attorneys was an honorary teacher at Moss Park Elementary, where he participated and served as the Prosecutor and Judge of a mock trial.   The “defendant” in the case was charged with violating the Florida Anti-Bullying Statute.  After a trial and deliberation the perpetrator was “sentenced” to 2 years in jail and 1 year of hard labor.  The attorney was firm but fair, as always.

Meanwhile, another Wooten Kimbrough attorney served as an honorary teacher for a first grade class at Wyndham Lakes Elementary.  He explained to the students what an injury attorney does, encouraged them to stay in school, read the class a book, and took questions from the kids.  A good time was had by all.

Both attorneys enjoyed the experience tremendously, and hope to do it again

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