Judge Lee Sinclair to Speak at Mount Union College Regarding Capital Murder Cases

April 09, 2010

Stark County Common Pleas Judge Lee Sinclair, who recently won a national award to take part in an intensive course on the death penalty, will speak to the Mount Union College Pre-Law Society on Wednesday, March 20 at 6:30 p.m.


Judge Sinclair was awarded the full-tuition scholarship from the National Judicial College. Judges from around the country will discuss and compare the state procedures for capital murder cases. Judge Sinclair has tried several capital murder cases and will attend on behalf of the Ohio Judicial College, of which he is a member.

The Mount Union College Pre-Law Society is an organization open to all students interested in legal issues, formed for the purpose of providing a forum for discussion. Dr. Jack DeSario is the advisor. He is professor of political science, director of the legal studies minor and co-chair of the department of history and political science at Mount Union College.

The public is welcome to attend the lecture, which will be held in the Tolerton & Hood Science Hall in Room #100.

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