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Abraham has been charged with child endangerment and attempted murder.
Guilty or Not Guilty? You decide.

Kol HaLev
Cleveland's Reconstructionist Jewish Community
presents

THE PEOPLE vs. ABRAHAM - A TRIAL. Saturday, November 16, 2013, 7:30pm, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Moot Courtroom . 1801 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland Ohio

[Update, 11/15/13]:  Advance sales are now closed.

Tickets still available NIGHT OF SHOW at the door:

  • Premium Seats ($125, includes admission to the exclusive reception, two CLE credits for attorneys optional)
  • Main Floor Rear Seats ($75, two CLE credits for attorneys optional)
  • Front Balcony Seats ($60, two CLE credits for attorneys optional)
  • Rear Balcony - SOLD OUT

Box office opens at 6:45 pm at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law (address above).

Parking is $10 in the C|M|Law garage; enter from East 19th Street off of Chester.

We look forward to seeing you there!

GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY?

More than 4,000 years ago, the father of Isaac and Ishmael took a series of actions that still reverberate through modern Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Was the Patriarch following God’s instructions, or intentionally causing his sons to suffer? Join us for this dramatic, live courtroom battle, and YOU, the audience-as-jury, will decide!

Presiding Judge: The Honorable Dan Aaron Polster, U.S. District Court
Defense Attorney: Avery Friedman, civil rights attorney
Chief Counsel of The Fair Housing Council and CNN legal correspondent
Prosecuting Attorney: Geoffrey S. Mearns, President, Northern Kentucky University, former Provost, Cleveland State University and Dean, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law

While the jury votes are tallied, a distinguished panel will bring a religious perspective
to the difficult moral and ethical issues highlighted in the trial:


ATTORNEYS:
Download CLE materials here.


The People vs. Abraham sponsors

Tickets $30 - $125

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