an event imitating the legal process, often used for teaching students about trials
After Geraldo Rivera broadcast a mock trial of the Ramseys, Patsy went to bed for two days.
And so, on March 20, he held a mock trial for the Koran in front of 30 parishioners.
And therefore we regret exceedingly the mock trial which he has introduced into his Introduction.
It was at this council that Huss was brought to his mock trial.
There was a great deal of fun at the expense of Martin Luther and his mock trial.
I had to pay £14 sterling for the expenses of this mock trial.
The bishop was taken prisoner, and condemned to death at a mock trial.
Beyond the house where their mock trial had taken place was a vineyard surrounded by a stone wall.
He knew that the Lieutenant suspected him, and would not hesitate to order him shot after a mock trial.
Class exercises: mock trial for (a) some serious political offense; (b) a burlesque offense.