Saint Louis, MO, October 09, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The season of giving is amongst us, and one local charity always finds a way to make it fun and exciting. Jane Doe Advocacy Center, a legal service center for those impacted by sexual violence, will host its 3rd annual murder mystery mock trial dinner theatre where guests play the jury and decide the verdict at the end of the show. This year, a suspicious case of poisoning forms the foundation of the show, Masquerade Mystery, to be performed on Halloween. The event always proves to be uniquely entertaining while spreading awareness of the complexities that arise in the criminal justice system, an issue routinely faced by Jane Doe’s clients.
The event will be held at Mahler ballroom on October 31st. The event includes an open bar, buffet dinner, and silent auction. To add extra Halloween flare, all guests will dress in black tie attire with masquerade masks. The event is sponsored by The Bar Plan and other local businesses.
The Honorable Douglas R. Beach, circuit judge in the St. Louis County Family Court, will preside over the mock trial. He will also receive the Jane Doe Distinction of Dignity, an award presented to a member of the legal and law enforcement community that has shown a specific dedication to survivors of sexual violence.
A limited number of tickets are still available online. For more information go to the Jane Doe Advocacy website.
Jane Doe Advocacy Center is local non-profit organization that provides legal services and outreach programs about sexual violence. For more information on Jane Doe, please call 314.329.5339.