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Claude v. The Beast

 

The Prince also known as the Beast is being sued by Claude because the Prince was living under an assumed identity of a hideous beast. As a Beast, it is argued that Beauty took pity on the Beast and fell in love with the Beast even after the Beast showed his true identity as a Prince and stole Beauty’s love from Claude. The Defense argues that Beauty didn’t love Claude for what he was in the first place.

The case was written for pre-school children through primary grades.  Glossary terms are included with the case to increase the educational component of this activity. This case was written by the Division for Public Education with the American Bar Association.

Characters:

 

Claude  (Pictured Above)

Judge

Beauty  (Pictured Above)

Plaintiff's Counsel

Marchand - Beauty's Father  (Pictured Above

Defendant's Counsel

Pierre - Claude's Friend (Pictured Above)

Jurors

Beauty's Sister  (Pictured Above)

Bailiff

To request more information or to check out Elementary Mock Trial materials, please contact the LRE Division at 803-252-5139 or email lre@scbar.org.