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Photo: Legal professionals visit Bishop Dwenger for Constitution Day

Craig Bobay, seen, and Nick Hursh spoke at Bishop Dwenger High School government classes Wednesday. Both are Dwenger graduates and spoke on the topic of the Constitution. Constitution Day was Sept. 17. Bobay is an Allen Superior Court judge, who spoke in depth about the Constitution and his experience at Bishop Dwenger. "My journey started in the exact same seats you're sitting in," he said. Hursh, who is an attorney, had students debate on topics to simulate how passing amendments work. All students received pocket versions of both the Indiana and the United States constitutions. Dwenger was one of several schools visited by judges and other legal professionals for Constitution Day. (Courtesy photo)
Craig Bobay, seen, and Nick Hursh spoke at Bishop Dwenger High School government classes Wednesday. Both are Dwenger graduates and spoke on the topic of the Constitution. Constitution Day was Sept. 17. Bobay is an Allen Superior Court judge, who spoke in depth about the Constitution and his experience at Bishop Dwenger. "My journey started in the exact same seats you're sitting in," he said. Hursh, who is an attorney, had students debate on topics to simulate how passing amendments work. All students received pocket versions of both the Indiana and the United States constitutions. Dwenger was one of several schools visited by judges and other legal professionals for Constitution Day. (Courtesy photo)
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Saturday, September 28, 2013 12:01 am
Craig Bobay, seen, and Nick Hursh spoke at Bishop Dwenger High School government classes Wednesday. Both are Dwenger graduates and spoke on the topic of the Constitution. Constitution Day was Sept. 17. Bobay is an Allen Superior Court judge, who spoke in depth about the Constitution and his experience at Bishop Dwenger. "My journey started in the exact same seats you're sitting in," he said. Hursh, who is an attorney, had students debate on topics to simulate how passing amendments work. All students received pocket versions of both the Indiana and the United States constitutions. Dwenger was one of several schools visited by judges and other legal professionals for Constitution Day. (Courtesy photo)

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