1440 N Street NW #410
Washington, DC 20005
August 7, 1987
Dear Judge Starr:
You probably don't know me, but I have been maintaining, or,
more accurately, trying to maintain in the face of an explosion
of regulatory "tools," a round-the-clock presence in Lafayette
Park, across the street from the White House.
Late last night, during our vigil, one of my wife's
acquaintances, a tour guide who specializes in accompanying high
school students around the city, told her of his experience in
attending a mock trial in the U.S. Court for the District of
Columbia. This tour guide said that the issue for consideration
at this mock trial was a "sleeping in the park" case.
As it happens I have something more than a hypothetical
interest in sleeping in the park cases.
Because of my keen personal interest in these matters I
would appreciate any information you could give me with regard to
that mock trial, and any other mock trials which may also have
been conducted within this District. Information such as who
participated in those exercises and where mock decisions and mock
transcripts might be available would be of specific interest.
Thank you for your assistance in this matter.
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