When a juror decides that the defense is right, he turns blue. A red juror means he has decided the prosecution's version of the facts is correct. Convince seven jurors (out of twelve) and you win the case. A mistrial (six-six) can also result. Score points on your turn when you successfully object. Your opponent scores when your objection is overruled, or you fail to object to testimony (admissible).
Select a witness from the witness pool (another screen), then he will appear in the witness box. He or she is identified as a defense or prosecution witness.
Each piece of testimony appears so you can evaluate it at length. Objectionable or Admissible? On what grounds? Hearsay? Irrelevant? Authentic? Privileged...?
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Sixteen cases, such as Robbery, Fraud, Manslaughter, Narcotics, etc. Eight witnesses for each case. Over 1900 pieces of testimony and material evidence. Cases may be replayed with differing scenarios and testimony.
Based on real crimes and criminal trials. Game rules adopted from federal guidelines on courtroom procedures.
Educational -- Based on a semester-long course that all law-school students take.
Stimulating -- Helps sharpen reasoning power and logical thinking ability. Can help you spot fallacious reasoning in others.
Requires only 8 Megabytes storage space, runs on Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7. Sorry, only Windows version available at this time. Linux version to arrive soon.
Courtroom is available only via direct download from this web site.
Original suggested retail price of $49.95. Now pay only $16.95 for this educational and enlightening game!
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