Read the following scenario and follow the instructions below to start the role-play.
Sam decides to move to New York to start a graduate program at one of city's universities, but he does not know where to leave his vintage 2000 Corvette in the city. Parking is expensive in Manhattan and his apartment does not have any parking space available. Sam often fails to find street parking and is also afraid to leave the car parked on the street at night.
A close family friend, Elvis, offers Sam a solution. He suggests that he can care for the car and keep it in his garage in exchange for Sam allowing him to drive it while Sam is away at school. It sounds like the only possible solution, and Sam only hopes that Elvis treats his car gently.
After Sam is away to university for a month, he receives notification that his Corvette has been seized by the U.S. Government in connection to a criminal investigation. It turns out that Elvis has been charged with a criminal offence and used Sam's car to store and transport narcotics. Sam would like to return his car but has no idea how to do it.
After the role play exercise, students are asked summary questions: