The case argued by the students in this class during the Fall of 2006 was
State v. James.
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The moot court case was loosely based on the real cases of State v. Elkwisni, 190 N.J. 169 (2007) and State v. Williams, 192 N.J. 1 (2007), raising issues as to the admissibility of post-arrest silence where defendant testifies that he made statements and the use of evidence of post-shooting conduct to prove the crime of reckless manslaughter, respectively.