A podcast I listen to had been talking about this game a few months ago so when I saw this on sale for $10 in a Steam sale some weeks ago I grabbed it. This last weekend I finally got around to trying it out and it's fun!
Despite the fact that it goes almost directly against my general "gameplay first" mentality I'm enjoying it through the first two (of six) cases. I really like the aspects of finding conflicting evidence, multiple motives and having to draw your own conclusions and moral choices and everything.
And despite what was said above about the screenshot that no longer exists, the game itself looks surprisingly good.
Animations can be a bit stiff, but for what it is (a smaller budget adventure game) I thought it all looked good.
So yeah, if this interests you at all and/or pops up in a Steam sale I'd say give it a try!