Katherine Thrasher remembers being in a courtroom when she was 4 years old. The men and women in the courtroom, who were dressed in dark suits and spoke big words and phrases, appeared to be doing serious and important work. It was exactly what she wanted to do when she grew up.
Having just completed her freshman year at Pacific High, Thrasher still dreams of being a lawyer. Since that shiny day when she was 4, she has built up arguments in her mind that position the men and women who sit on judicial benches as being every bit as important in our nation’s quest for freedom as the men and women who put on uniforms and die in battle.
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