“50 Years After the Miranda Decision: How Federal Courts Defined the Rights of the Accused” is an essay and video competition open to sophomores, juniors and seniors in public, private and parochial schools or to home-schooled students of equivalent status. Individual students can compete in the essay contest, while individuals and teams of up to three students can enter the video contest. Entries may be submitted online through Friday, April 15, 2016. .
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah State Office to Education has announced the winners of the state’s 32nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. essay and video contest.
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Secondary school students from throughout the state are annually invited to submit essay or video entries based on civil rights themes. Essay and video contest winners in grades seven through 12 receive $100. Grand prize winners in grades seven through nine and grades 10-12 receive $200.