NM Court of Appeals holds argument at Grants High School

Dana Martinez has this story in the Cibola Beacon about an oral argument the Court of Appeals held last week at Grants High School in Grants, New Mexico. The case concerned a man who was placed on probation for driving while intoxicated and theft, but he allegedly drove while intoxicated again, this time injuring a woman who was with him.

In recent years, the Court of Appeals has held oral arguments at high schools and other locations around the state. This was apparently the third oral argument to be held at Grants High School. Perhaps these arguments will inspire some students to become appellate advocates themselves.

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