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Mock Court Trials

A mock court trial is a simulated trial that is designed to replicate the proceedings of a real court trial.


It typically involves a group of participants including lawyers, judges, and witnesses who enact roles in the trial.


The purpose of a mock court trial of a typical safety case, is to provide a simulated environment for participants to learn about courtroom procedures, get an understanding of the burden of proof and witness first hand the potential outcomes of what sentences could be handed down when evidence finds that there has been a material breach of health and safety laws. 

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How Does It Work?

ACT deliver mock court trials that can be delivered by:

1. Taking place at an external venue for up to 70 attendees. A legal pack is created and presented for each delegate. Delegates are the jury and decide on the verdict, guilty or not guilty.

2. Taking place at your premises for up to 35 attendees. A specific client case can be used as the scenario in which the clients own evidence is used and the employees form the jury to decide upon the verdict. A legal pack is created and presented for each delegate.

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Mock Court Trials

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Learning Points.

The key learning points of all options include:

  • Getting and Understanding of why and when litigation may apply

  • Observe a mock trial relating to an Employers Liability / Public Liability / Motor claim /Both Civil and Criminal depending on client and appetite

  • Observe legal arguments and advocates in action

  • Understand how safety management systems are tested within the judicial system

  • Gain knowledge of potential general and special damages

  • Understand how costs are awarded after judgment

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