I always think it's hokie when people say "I just want to try cases." But I think I just want to try cases. During Practice Court, I've had the opportunity to try four cases from opening to close. I have to say that it's about the funnest thing I've ever done. I say "about" because, let's face it, sitting around playing Mario Kart is a lot funner than researching the ambiguities of Rule 106 or chapter 74. But trying cases is still one of the funnest things I've ever done.
And I've won at least three of my cases (the jury's still out on the fourth), and hearing the verdict read in your favor . . . it's nice to win now and again.
UPDATE: I won my last trial (Monday night) and advanced to the octafinals of the Top Gun Tournament. I tried my case again this afternoon. Jury is still out but I'll know later tonight.
UPDATE II: The jury came back on Wednesday and handed me my first loss. 4-1. Not bad. I fought hard, but I guess not hard enough.