Texting While Driving And Criminal Negligence | Mock Trial

By Pace Law | January 21, 2014

Pace lawyers Alex Voudouris, Albert Conforzi, and Michelle Arzaga were invited to present a mock trial to the Ontario Brain Injury Association, in order to teach people about the consequences of texting while driving.

The mock trial involves the case of a teenage driver who was driving home with four friends after a party. Texting at the wheel, she lost control of the car and plowed into a light pole. One passenger was seriously injured, while another was killed.

This mock trial demonstrates the role of the judge, jury, Crown and defence in a courtroom. The charge is Criminal Negligence Causing Bodily Harm and Criminal Negligence Causing Death.


OBIA Advisory Council (OAC) Meeting, Mock Trial, Webcast Saturday, January 18, 2014, Toronto from OBIA.

Pace’s personal injury lawyers have been helping accident victims since 1980.