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ANY SESSIONS REQUIRING SEPARATE ADMISSION ARE NOTED, ALL OTHER SESSIONS ARE OPEN SEATING. (VIPs HAVE ACCESS TO SPECIAL SEATING IN THE GRAND BALLROOM AND BREAKOUT 1).
Friday, June 7 • 8:00pm - 10:00pm
The Jury Experience (Late Seating, VIP Only)

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We debuted this immersive live-action experience in 2017 and it was one of the highest rated sessions of the year. Now, for VIPs only, we present an updated version of "The Jury Experience." After being seated with the other members of your jury, you'll watch a live theater performance of a trial, distilled down to about 45 minutes. Inspired by real life events, this homicide trial is anything but straightforward.

After the trial each jury will independently deliberate and attempt to reach a verdict. Then the real fun begins as Loni Coombs, investigator from Oxygen’s new limited series Death at the Mansion: Rebecca Zahau takes over. How many juries convicted? How many set the defendant free? How many were hung? Our moderator will take us through the outcomes and examine what it all really means. After all, when it comes to a trial, jury selection might be almost as important as the evidence itself.

THIS SESSION REQUIRES ADVANCE RESERVATION AND IS FOR VIPS ONLY. INFORMATION ON RESERVING THIS SESSION WILL BE EMAILED DIRECTLY TO VIPS WITHIN TWO WEEKS OF THE EVENT.

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Loni Coombs

Legal Commentator
With over twenty years’ experience as a former criminal prosecutor and legal commentator, Loni Coombs can be seen on Oxygen’s upcoming limited series “Death At The Mansion: Rebecca Zahau”. Beginning her career as a criminal trial prosecutor for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, Loni handled numerous felony trials from murders to sex crimes and DUIs.  She continued her work in the “Crimes Against Peace Officers” unit, prosecuting criminals who... Read More →

Friday June 7, 2019 8:00pm - 10:00pm
St. Charles

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