Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick Visits Nottingham
Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick visited the Syracuse University Project Advance (SUPA) Forensics class at Nottingham High School. He presented two infamous local crimes to the students; the Stacey Castor case and the Jill Cahill case.
DA Fitzpatrick presented power-points featuring pictures of the evidence and crime scenes. He allowed the students to interpret the evidence and create a scenario for what they feel may have happened. The presentation was an excellent learning opportunity for the students of the SUPA Forensics class. It allowed them to understand what life is like for a professional in the law field.
“It was both an honor and a pleasure to have DA Fitzpatrick visit the forensics class”, said Nottingham teacher Thomas Zaborsky. “The opportunity to have him present to our students was thrilling”, added Zaborsky.
DA Fitzpatrick offered his unique view as the County’s top prosecutor which the students of the class would be unable to receive otherwise. It was an entertaining class due to the oratory skill of the District Attorney and his knowledge of the cases. It was both an honor and a pleasure to have DA Fitzpatrick visit the forensics class and the opportunity to see him present again is warmly welcomed.
Listing of SUPA Forensics Students: