THE PROCESS STEP 4
In order to prepare Lord and Lady Buckingam's trial, embody the following characters during the mock trial (see list below).
then your “character”.
If you need a glossary, click here or information about the victim's rights or about the defendant's rights
The victim/the suer/the plaintiff
Lord Buckingham's lawyer (the plaintiff's lawyer) = John Stafford
Lord Buckingham's witnesses
The defendant/the accused
Lady Buckingham's lawyer (defense lawyer)= Thomas Coolpeper
Lady Buckingham's witnesses
LIST OF POTENTIAL WITNESSES FOR BOTH CAMPS:
Elizabeth Barton, a waitress in the restaurant.
Sir and Lady Rochford * Lord and Lady Janegrey: clients from the restaurant.
Everard Drigby: the journalist reading his article in the restaurant.
Mervyn Tuchet: the owner of the restaurant.
Thomas Harrison: the policeman who arrested Lady Buckingham.
Emmeline Pankurst: a suffragette, Lady Buckingham's acquaintance.
Catherine Murphy: a suffragist, Lady Buckingham's best friend.
Edward Seymour: the photographer who photographed Lady Buckingham on Downing Street.
Doctor Henry Rich: who treats Lord Buckingham.
Lord James Stanley: Lord Buckingham's best friend.
John Byng: an anti-suffragist activist.
William Russel: an anti-suffragette activist.
JUDGE: Judge Laurel Moore
JURY: (= teacher)
INTERMEDIARY TASK * TEAM PAPER
Every witness must prepare his/her biography because you will be asked by lawyers to present yourself: your identity, your job, etc., all the necessary details useful for the case.
IMPORTANT: read the following page to be well-prepared: YOUR ROLE AS A WITNESS