SO SUE THEM!
What is it Exactly? How does it work?
A fun, new application with a real viral element to it where you can mess with your friends by suing each other, defending yourselves and picking your own jury (friends)!
Step 1: Pick a friend to Sue
Step 2: Choose what you are suing them for (ie. being a cheapskate, being a diva, being sexy, etc).
Step 3: Choose four supporting arguments that are listed (you asked for a screwdriver and they brought you vodka and oj, you can focus better with one eye closed, the parking lot seems to have moved while you were in the bar, etc)
Step 4: A notification is created that says that "Lindsay" is suing you because you "are being a cheapskate and being a diva."
Step 5: Select a Jury to Defend Yourself (What friends will be on your jury?)
Step 6: Once the trial begins, the jury gets a notification as to the facts in the case where all your friends can review and then vote on the outcome.
Step 7: Get the Verdict.
How do I Find this Application?
Beginning Monday, March 10th, a CANTERBURY'S LAW sponsored story will be live in your Newsfeed that will bring you to the fun. The sponsored story will be live through Wednesday, March 13th.
About CANTERBURY'S LAW:
Elizabeth Canterbury (Julianna Margulies) is a rebellious female defense attorney who’s willing to bend the law in order to protect the wrongfully accused. Haunted by the disappearance of their young son, Elizabeth and her husband Matt Furey (recurring guest star Aidan Quinn) take on new professional challenges in their hometown of Providence, Rhode Island. Elizabeth forms her own law firm and finds herself working alongside Russell Krauss (Ben Shenkman), a righteous attorney who was forced out of the Providence Attorney General’s Office; Chester Grant (Keith Robinson), a city councilman’s son who is embarrassed by his privileged upbringing; and Molly McConnell (Trieste Kelly Dunn) a young, idealistic attorney who wants to learn as much as she can from Elizabeth without becoming her. But even new professional goals cannot distance Elizabeth from her own personal tragedy as her work consistently provides a stark reminder of the justice absent in her own life.
CANTERBURY'S LAW airs Monday nights at 8:00 PM (ET/PT) on FOX.