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Teenager in California becomes the youngest person to pass the state's bar exam


Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Parents know when they question kids about something that went missing, they may get an answer phrased with the precision of a defense lawyer. In the case of Peter Park, that could be literally true. He is the youngest person ever to pass the California bar exam. Mr. Park graduated high school at 13, went to law school and passed the bar exam at 17. Now that he's 18, he aspires to life as a prosecutor. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright NPR.

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