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Our View: Thumbs up to teaching young people about their rights and justice

Thumbs up: To teaching young people about their rights and justice. DeKalb County Presiding Judge Robbin Stuckert talked with Indian Creek High School students this week about their Fourth Amendment rights through a program organized by the Illinois Judges Association. She is among 115 judges trained to deliver the “Bringing the Courtroom to the Classroom” materials, which review the three branches of government, federal and state courts and present a skit based on an U.S. Supreme Court case. It’s nice to see a powerful local official take the time to reach out to area teens, and we hope this program will continue and grow at area high schools.

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