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High School Students get "Hands On" Experience at Crime Scene

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- High school students across Missouri are getting "hands on" experience at a crime scene.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- High school students across Missouri are getting "hands on" experience at a crime scene.

The Constitution Project is a new statewide competition that gives students experience in the fields of journalism, crime scene investigation, and trial advocacy.

Glendale High School was just one of the schools that participated, those students appreciate the opportunity. 

"I expect to learn a lot. I've already done a lot of media and everything I can do in my future. Learn how to do the scene of a crime and be good at it, ask good questions, get good shots."

Around ten schools are taking part in the competition.
Winners will move to the district level, and then eventually to state.
College scholarships are also up for grabs.

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