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Before you buy.
Law & Order style: first half of the game, have the player be a cop. Second
half, switch PC's to be the lawyer.
Why can't a solicitor or barrister do some crime solving himself? You
might get a REALLY conchie one... Maybe if he felt so sorry for the
criminal he might get embroiled in the whole thing himself anyway...
Hol[l]ywood is full of stuff like this :)
--- Imagination is more important than Knowledge. - Albert Einstein
Well, you could shift perspective; the first half is viewed from the
soliciter's prospective, and once the trial begins, the PC changes characters.
Or you could do it the way those old "In The First" games did it; namely, the
crime has been commited, the defendant arrested, and you're doing legwork
Ask me for further information, if you want it.
Luc "LaO" French
Steven Jones <ste...@tsn.cc> wrote in message
> I am writing a game in which the player must defend a man accused of
> murder. It is kind of the reverse to 'In the first Degree'. This game
> will be set in Sydney, Australia. As Australia, like the U.K. have
> seperate solicitors and barristers, how do I allow the player to explore
> both the crime investigation side and the trial side of the case?