<p>The court held arguments at the high school for an appeal of a murder case.</p>
Students at a Tucson High School are getting an up-close look at an Arizona court.
Division Two of the state's Court of Appeals held arguments at Tanque Verde High School Wednesday. The court heard an appeal involving Roger Helm's 1985 guilty plea to the murder of his parents and sisters.
After the hearing, judges took questions from the audience, though they couldn't answer questions directly relating to the case at hand.
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