I hope the above answers your question. But yes, I definitely would. I love playing games that require me to think and be sneaky. I would suggest making it a very high profile case and making it rather long, drawn out. It would have a lot of media attention. The defendant should be someone that is pretty powerful, and I also think that it shouldn’t be a black or white case.
Think about the O.J. Simpson trial. The jury rendered the verdict “not guilty” and despite this verdict there are many people that do not agree or accept it. I grew up during that trial and my mother was obsessed with Court TV. I would come home from school and she would be watching it. I would be going to bed and she was watching TV for updates.
I think my suggestion would be that the defendant might have done it, might not have done it. I would think it very interesting if the main character never truly knows the truth. A high profile case obviously means that your protagonist might be doing it for the fame or money, but perhaps your protagonist is doing it because of his or her personal beliefs. But what if you don’t like the defendant? Does bias get in the way? Morality?
Can you romance the defendant? What sort of things happen there?
Honestly? Choice of Law would be an amazing addition to the group. I definitely would pay 5 bucks or whatever for it. But it would definitely need to have the protagonist feel pressures from the case affecting their real life. Does the character have a family? Are there reporters trying to interview them? Are there people in the defendant’s inner circle trying to bribe or influence him/her? So many possibilities. Love just thinking about it.