W.Va. Supreme Court to hear 3 cases in Point Pleasant as part of student program

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POINT PLEASANT, West Virginia — The West Virginia Supreme Court will travel to Mason County this week to hear arguments in three cases.

Tuesday's visit to the Mason County Courthouse in Point Pleasant is part of the Legal Advancement for West Virginia Students program, also known as LAWS. The program teaches students about the judicial system.

The program began in 1999. About 5,300 high school and college students in 28 counties have participated since then.

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