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# 00000 - 1979 Point of Law game Avalon Hill $14.95
                     Excellent Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1979 Point of Law game Avalon Hill $12.95
                     Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1979 Point of Law game Avalon Hill $11.95
                     Acceptable Condition - Sold Out

Point of Law game
©1979, Avalon Hill
Ages: 10 and Up
Players: 2 to 12
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An Exciting Involvement Game
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1 Erasable scoreboard
1 Decision sheet pad
1 Black crayon
Case book (with rules)
DESCRIPTION - from the box
"POINT OF LAW is an exciting game of involvement for all players. You are the judge
and jury! Will you declare the "Feral Financier" a public nuisance?  Can the "Mixed-Up
Marriage" be annulled?  Was the "Midnight Murder" really murder?  Many interesting
and engrossing discussions - and an occasional laugh or two - result as players use logic
and intuition in reaching their decisions.  Also see 1972
Point of Law game 3M

In the Point of Law game after hearing the facts and the four possible decisions for
the case, each player chooses the decision he thinks the court made. Players score
points for choosing the court's decision or for choosing a decision rated "fair." Player
with the highest score at game's end wins.
Shipping Wt: Approx. 2.5 lbs.
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