Charleston , W.Va. (AP) -- High school students from three counties can see how the West Virginia Supreme Court works when the justices travel to Lewisburg to hear cases.
The Lewisburg visit on March 24 is part of the Legal Advancement for West Virginia Students Program, or LAWS. The program teaches students about the judicial branch.
Court officials said Tuesday that about 400 students from Greenbrier, Monroe and Pocahontas Counties are expected to attend the proceedings at the Greenbrier County Courthouse.
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