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Constitution Day 2014: What do the Constitutions say about juries?

The Community Relations Committee of the Indiana Judicial Conference and the Supreme Court's Courts in the Classroom have teamed up to develop a Constitution Day activity.  The heart of the this year's program is a discussion between students and judges on why juries are important and how people get chosen to serve.

The program is designed for students in grades 6-12.  Judicial officers and teachers should choose the appropriate section below to participate in the program.

If you have any questions about Constitution Day or any of the handouts, please contact Sarah Kidwell at

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Materials To Be Printed

To view primary source documents and lesson plans from other sources, visit our Constitution Day Resources page.

Visit our Flickr page for photographs from last year's Constitution Day programs.