Judge Bravo visits Superior students

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Judge Bravo addresses Superior students.

Each year Justice of the Peace Larry Bravo visits with the students at the Superior Junior Senior High School. During his visits he talks with the students about how the laws and rules that govern society will affect them once they are adults. Some of the topics discussed are bullying, online fraud and other life lessons important to the youth. Judge Bravo especially enjoys his presentations to the senior class because those students are ready to enter adulthood with the responsibilities of a career and college.

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