Sakura Kato

Sakura Kato é a Estagiária da Comunidade Nikkei de 2014 no Museu Nacional Japonês Americano (JANM) e na Associação de Advogados Nipo-Americanos (JABA), trabalhando principalmente na documentação do legado dos juristas nipo-americanos. Ela também é uma orgulhosa Trojan [estudante da USC], estudando História e o curso preparatório de Direito na University of Southern California.

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My First Court Visit: A Day in the Courtroom of Judge Holly J. Fujie

At 8:30 a.m. on a Monday morning, I entered the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Downtown Los Angeles for my first court visit. After passing through the metal screen detectors and making my way up to Department 87, I opened the courtroom doors plated “Judge Holly J. Fujie” and nervously checked in with the bailiff and the court clerk. Unlike many others who entered her courtroom, I arrived without counsel or a stack of paperwork to plead my case. I sat nervously, awaiting my turn to address the judge. Though the idea of standing before a judge was daunting ...

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