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Jury Trial: Courtroom Drama Captivates Living Rooms Across America!

board game

1996

Board Games, it seems, commemorate nearly every facet of life. This seems to be the case with "Jury Trial," a board game where players become the lawyers, all defending the same defendant. Only one player can win the case with a verdict of "not guilty." And, naturally, that winning lawyer also becomes the richest, and wins the game. Though it is doubtful this game was very popular, it does prove the vast diversity of subjects games take.

ManufacturerHome Rock Entertainment
Materialprinted paper | cardboard
Stylewealth accumulation
Object ID110.14247
Credit LineGift of Deborah Clevenger

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