A fire. A dead man. A guilty plea for arson, but not for murder. The truth must come out.
Under the Justice Act (2020), you have been summoned as a remote juror for a new kind of trial. You and your fellow jurors must review the evidence, speak to the accused, and come to a conclusion. Is he guilty or not guilty? And is there more to this case than meets the eye?
How will you find the accused?
Journalist, Harry Briggs, stands accused of setting fire to an office block, causing the death of Richard Anthony Holmes.
The Defendant pleads guilty to arson, but not guilty to manslaughter or murder.
Under the Justice Act (2020), you have been summoned as a remote juror for a new kind of trial. You and your fellow jurors must review the evidence, speak to the defendant LIVE, and come to a conclusion.
The storyline has been produced by both prosecuting and defence lawyers to ensure this experience is as close to the real deal as possible.
As this is going on, members of the audience are being contacted via text and emails from people trying to sway the jury.
It is up to the Jury to decide who is telling the truth, how to crack the conspiracy and ultimately if a man should spend time behind bars.
There are multiple endings, with only about 15% of groups getting the correct answer…
What is included?
Full event management
Escape room style puzzles
Team building, problem solving, group management, leadership, delegation
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