iCivics: Law for Kids

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Law for Kids is a site dedicated to teaching students about the law and how it affects them. It’s a highly interactive site with many sections. Read stories about kids’ problems, watch videos covering legal topics interesting to teens, find out about how delinquency proceedings are carried out, and access information about the U.S. Constitution and other documents important in our legal system.

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