While it may not have the violence and action that todays teens are used to in video games, one former Supreme Court Justice hopes they get hooked.
America's first female Supreme Court justice unveiled a videogame project on Wednesday to teach children how courts work, saying she wanted to counter partisan criticism that judges are 'godless' activists, according to a story on MSNBC.com.
The project, called Our Courts, will aim to capture a portion of the 40 plus hours that kids spend with TV, computers and video games each week.
Best of luck Sanda Day O'Connor. And don't quit your day job. (she already did in 1996 - oops)