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Jury Duty

Your team have been summoned as a remote juror for a new kind of online trial. Can you crack the case?

Availability
Mon-Sun, 8am-11pm UTC
Pricing
£425/$599
Group size
8-20
Duration
105-min

Activity highlights

Question the Defendant played by a real actor
Examine evidence using a replica of the UK Gov website and police database
Cooperate in 2 teams of 4-10
Delivered via Zoom and the web

Event description

A fire. A dead man. A guilty plea for arson, but not for murder. The truth must come out.
Under the Justice Act, you have been summoned as a remote juror for a new kind of online 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?

The day before the event you and your teammates will receive a court summary and link to the zoom call where the event will take place.
You will be greeted there by your host and split into two teams to work on the set of interactive evidence including a “police database”.

After the initial brainstorming session it’s time to question the accused. 1 or 2 of you will be taken to another room where the accused played by a professional actor will be available for your questions. You won’t have much time so prepare your strategy according to the accused psychological profile. Thanks to the information gathered you should be able to discover new aspects of the case which will bring you even more questions. Some of you may receive a phone call with some additional clues.

For the second part, both teams will be brought back to the same room to compare their findings and start crafting the verdict. The accused will be available for questioning at all times. The time is ticking so hurry up!

To successfully solve the mystery you will need your teamwork to be on the top level. In these 105 minutes, you will be able to learn a lot about each other. Who is the natural-born leader, who is the most perceptive, and who can convince the most secretive suspect to reveal the truth after 2 minutes of conversation?

What's included

  • Event coordinator
  • Real life actor
  • Interactive pieces of evidence
  • Zoom link
  • Court summary and suspect testimony

What you need

  • List of all the participants with their email addresses and phone numbers (up to 4 days before the event)
  • PC or a laptop
  • Earphones / headphones
  • Reliable Internet connection
  • Latest version of Google Chrome
  • Zoom (preferably in an app)

Pricing and capacity

1 show for up to 20 people
£425/$599
over 100 people?
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Cancellation policy

RESCHEDULING POLICY:
After a booking has been made, Client rescheduling within 2 weeks or less of the event date is subject to a fee equal to 25% of the total fee.
After a booking has been made, Client rescheduling within 72 hours or less of the event date is subject to a fee equal to £150 or 50% of the total fee whichever is greater will be applied at the time of your re-booking. Your event must be rescheduled within 365 days of your original event date.

CANCELLATION, LOW-SHOW, AND NO-SHOW POLICY: No refunds will be issued for reduced event participant headcount turnout at an event (“Low-Show”), zero participant turnout at an event (“No-Show”), and/or event cancellation. If you provide notice at least 72 hours in advance of the event for a Low-Show, No-Show, or cancellation then credit towards a future event may be issued in accordance to the rescheduling policy above. Any credit issued will be in accordance with the rescheduling policy above and must be utilized within 365 days of your original event date.

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