Imagine that you are back in law school. Remember your class on civil procedure? The first time you learned how to make an objection or file a motion or how discovery works? You were introduced to new terminology such as hearsay, relevance and preponderance. Chances are you were given a criminal or civil case and instructed to learn the case inside and out, paying special attention to the "red herrings."
Now imagine that you're only 15 years old.