The Objection! Series
Makes legal education fun!
This witty series drops you smack dab in the middle of a trial where you must use your skill, wit, and speed to accurately object to improper questions as they are presented.
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In Objection!®, a Beverly Hills heiress has been murdered. Acting as defense attorney, it’s your job to keep your client out of the gas chamber.
In Civil Objection!® AutoNeg, your client has been injured in a nasty auto accident. As her attorney, you must use your trial skills to get her the best possible jury verdict.
Your clumsy client in Civil Objection!® SlipFall, can’t seem to step out of her house without injuring herself. Your accuracy and quick response are put to the test to get her the highest possible jury verdict.
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The Expert Witness! module focuses on the issues and procedures of expert
testimony most critical to the successful direct and cross examination
of expert witnesses.
SivPro- "You will have fun re-learning civil procedure."
Whether you use the games to earn CLE, to enhance trial skills, to reduce malpractice premiums, or just for entertainment, you’ll have so much fun that you might not notice how greatly enhanced your trial skills are until the next time you are in court.
A good way to get your kids interested in the law!
Approved as CLE training in selected states!
Arizona—5 per game
California—9 per game***
Colorado—5 per game
Connecticut—7 per game
Florida—8.5 per game
Idaho—2 per game
Kentucky—6 per game
Missouri—6 per game
Nevada— 6 per game
New Hampshire—7 per game
New Mexico—5 per game
New York—up to 12*
North Dakota—9 per game**
Oregon—9 per game
Texas—5 per game
Vermont—7 per game
Washington—6 per game
West Virginia—9 per game
*Tennessee and New York allow one credit per level completed. All games
have up to 8 levels except Expert Witness, which has 12. Tennessee only
allows 4 self-study credits per year, which can be carried forward from
year to year.
Pentium PC 100MHz or higher, Win 95 or higher,16MB RAM, 10MB Hard disk space per game.
Networks require one program for each computer. Files can be saved for all users at a central location.
The games track the time each player spends cumulatively, producing a “Certificate
of Attendance.” The credit may qualify as “participatory” in
California. It may also count in states that don’t typically allow self
study activities, as well as recognition by malpractice carriers.