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    By: neeker
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    and their associates only, unless authorized by me. You may contact me 
    at lestor_wong at yahoo.com for this purpose.
    Also, please note this:
    In fact, it's extremely spoiler heavy due to the nature of the game. 
    I can't just tell you to do an action without explaining why. I'll 
    try my best to tone down the spoilers, but if you're likely to get 
    offended by spoilers, please don't read this document.
    1. First Things First
    2. Controls
    3. Getting Started
    4. Episode One: The First Turnabout
    5. Episode Two: Turnabout Sisters
    6. Episode Three: Turnabout Samurai
    7. Episode Four: Turnabout Goodbyes
    8. Episode Five: Rise from the Ashes
    9. Conclusion
    Appendix 1: Version history
    Appendix 2: FAQs
    Appendix 3: Easter Eggs
    Appendix 4: Credits 
    Appendix 5: Donation
    Hi, I'm Lestor Wong. I post on GameFAQ.com/ GameSpot.com by the 
    username "neeker". This is my fifth walkthrough. Feedback can be 
    directed to lestor_wong at yahoo.com.
    This guide consists of a walkthrough of all five cases in the Nintendo
    DS game Gyakuten Saiban: Yomigaeru Gyakuten, which is also known as
    Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney in the US. The US version of the game
    hasn't been released at the time of writing, but the Japanese version
    of the game has a full English version bundled in. This document is
    written based on the translated game on the Japanese cartridge itself.
    It's expected that the US version of the game will be similar to this
    translated game.
    Without further ado, let's begin.
    You can use the stylus for almost all the controls, so you can ignore 
    the button. If you prefer the traditional way of playing games, 
    however, you can refer to the following for the controls. There're 
    primarily two sets of controls for this game:
    A: Next page/ confirm an action.
    B: Back page/ cancel an action.
    X: Present an evidence during a cross-examination (without using the 
    Y: Present an evidence by shouting a command into the mic when 
    pressing Y, during cross-examination.
    L: Press during a cross-examination.
    R: Go to Court Record.
    D-Pad: Toggling between items in the Court Record.
    Start: Save game. You can save at anytime, and the game will restart 
    from where you saved.
    Select: --
    A: Next page/ confirm an action.
    B: Back page/ cancel an action.
    X: Zoom in on an evidence (from Episode Five onwards).
    Y: Zoom on on an evidence (from Episode Five onwards).
    L: Move the screen from left to right, and vice versa, if the screen 
    is too long.
    R: Go to Court Record.
    D-Pad: Move the examine marker during an examination.
    Start: Save game. You can save at anytime, and the game will restart 
    from where you saved.
    Select: --
    These are the various screens you can access in this game, but the 
    first thing you should do when you start-up the game for the first 
    time should be to click the brown box that says "English" (ok, it's in
    Chinese, but it basically means "English") to go into the English 
    version of the game. From now on, everything will be in English. 
    This is found on the bottom half of your Nintendo DS. You make 
    decisions pertaining to the game on this screen. Clicking this screen 
    when it has a large white arrow pointing towards the right will 
    advance the plot on the Dialogue/ Movie Screen. During a testimony, 
    clicking it will advance the witness's comments. During a cross-
    examination, clicking the relevant arrows will allow you to toggle 
    between the different sentences that the witness has said. Basically, 
    you do everything on this screen.
    This is found on the top half of your DS. Conversations that you 
    conduct with people will appear as textboxes on this screen. People 
    you talk to will appear on this screen when you talk to them. Places
    you need to examine will also appear on this screen.
    The button to access the Court Record is found on the top right corner 
    of the Decision Screen. The Court Record basically holds everything 
    that are of importance to the current case. It consists of both the 
    Evidence Screen and the Profiles Screen. You can refer to the Court 
    Record at any time.
    The Evidence Screen shows all evidences pertaining to the current 
    case, as well as a short description for them. When you need to 
    present an evidence to contradict a witness's testimony during a 
    cross-examination, you'll need to do it from this screen.
    The Profiles Sceeen shows all the relevant personnel involved in the
    current case, as well as a short description for them.
    Investigation is an important part of this game. You'll be spending a
    lot of time finding clues to solve a case, and this involves examining 
    items and moving around.
    An important segment of investigation. When you're given the option to
    examine an area, click on the word "Examine" on the Decision Screen, 
    and the lower screen of your DS will show a picture of the area. A 
    pointer will be shown on the screen, and moving it around the area 
    with your stylus will point it to different objects in the same area.
    When an item of interest appears, an option to "Examine" this object 
    will appear on the bottom right corner of the screen. Click it, and 
    you'll get a closer look at the object. If it turns out to be of 
    importance, it'll be added to the Court Record, under Evidence.
    Another important element of investigation. When you're given the 
    option to move to a new area, click on the word "Move" on the Decision 
    Screen, and the lower screen of your DS will show the places you can 
    move to. Click on any of them, and you'll find yourself reaching that 
    place in no time. 
    A witness will give testimony during a trial. You can't do anything 
    during the testimony, but you take this opportunity to jot down any 
    contradicting statements, which could be used in your favor during the 
    During a cross-examination, you can press your witness for more 
    details, and at times even force them to add to their testimony. 
    When you find a contradicting statement, you can also present an 
    evidence from your Evidence Screen to counter them. Cross-examination 
    is one of the most important aspects of the game, as this will be the 
    time that you make or break a trial. During a cross-examination, you 
    may notice some "exclamation marks" on the top right corner of the 
    Dialogue/ Movie Screen. These are "chances" that you've to make a 
    wrong presentation. If the judge doesn't agree with any objections you 
    make, he'll cause one of these marks to "explode". If you use up your 
    "quota", you'll lose the case immediately.
    The Press button appears on the top-left corner of your Decision 
    Screen during a cross-examination. You can press the witness for more 
    details or clarifications if you find that he or she isn't very 
    truthful. Doing so will lead to you shouting "HOLD IT!" on the screen.
    At times, your pressing could be objected by the prosecutor, so try to 
    press only when necessary.
    The Present button appears on the top-right corner of your Decision 
    Screen during a cross-examination. You can present an evidence to 
    counter a contradicting statement from a witness. Presenting a 
    contradicting evidence is the best way to expose a witness's lies. Use 
    it to turn cases into your favor. You must be absolutely sure though 
    when you present, because if the judge doesn't agree with you, he'll 
    penalise you by "exploding one exclamation mark" from your allowance.
    When you present a contradicting evidence, you'll shout "OBJECTION!" 
    or "TAKE THAT!" on the screen.
    1. Mia Fey: Your boss. Chief Attorney at Fey & Co. A very good 
    defense attorney. Nice racks, too.
    2. Larry Butz: The defendant. A likeable guy who was Wright's friend in 
    grade school. A little emotional.
    3. Cindy Stone: The victim. A model, she lived in an apartment by 
    4. Winston Payne: The prosecutor for Episode One. Generally bad at 
    getting his point across.
    5. Frank Sahwit: Discovered Ms. Stone's body. Newspaper salesman who 
    saw Larry flee the scene. Happens to be lying.
    6. The Judge: He's the, er, judge. 
    DAY 1: TRIAL
    The episode begins with a cut-scene. A woman is murdered, and the
    identity of the murderer is immediately revealed to you. The evil man,
    in a bid to escape punishment, immediately devised a plan to frame
    someone else for the crime.
    Which is where you come in.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: August 3, 9:47am
    You're Phoenix Wright, and this is your first case. You'll be 
    defending for a friend of yours, who was framed for the murder of 
    that dead woman from the earlier cut-scene. 
    Before you proceed, take a look at your DS. The top screen will show 
    the in-game images and conversations. The lower screen is defaulted as 
    the decision screen, but you can access the Court Record and other 
    menus here by using the stylus.
    Tap the button that says "Court Record" at the top right corner of the 
    lower screen. This brings you to the facts of the case. 
    Click the Profiles button to take a look for people involved in this
    case. Pay special attention to the names of these people. 
    After that, click the Evidence button to check out items you've in 
    your possession now. You should see an Attorney's Badge and the 
    autopsy report, which states the following:
    Time of death: 7/31, 4:00pm-5:00pm
    Cause of death: Loss of blood due to blunt trauma.
    Go back to the main screen and click on the white arrow on the touch 
    screen to progress. You'll be talking to Mia and Larry Butz, the 
    defendant as you do this. continue to click forward until the trial 
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 2
    Date: August 3, 10:00am
    The court is now in session for the trial. Talk to the judge, and 
    he'll remind you that your conduct during this trial will decide the 
    fate of your client. To ascertain whether you're indeed ready to 
    defend for your client, the judge will put you through a test.
    The test will consist of a few simple questions. Answer them clearly 
    and concisely. You'll have three choices for each question. To choose 
    an answer, use the stylus to click on the desired answer. These are 
    the questions, and answers, of course :
    Q. State the name of the defendant in this case.
    A. Larry Butz.
    Q. What's the victim's name?
    A. Cindy Stone.
    NOTE: If you haven't check out the Court Record previously, you won't 
    have the answer to this. However, even if you read the record earlier, 
    you'll somehow still "forget". Mia will then ask you to check out the 
    records for the victim's name.
    Q. What's the cause of death? She died because she was...?
    A. Hit with a blunt object.
    Once you get past these questions, the judge will be convinced that 
    you're ready for the case. 
    The judge will now ask the Prosecutor Payne what was the object that 
    was used to kill the victim. Payne will reply that the murder weapon 
    is the statue of "The Thinker", which was found lying on the floor, 
    next to the victim.
    When this was established, the statue will be added to the Court 
    Record. Mia will encourage you to pay attention to any evidence added 
    during the trial. 
    NOTE: Use the Court Record button to check the records frequently. 
    Some evidences may appear to be useless at one time, but will be the 
    key to your victory when the time is right.
    The prosecution will now call upon Larry. Check out the hilarious 
    exchanges between Payne and Butz, which involved the definition of 
    "being dumped". Be sure to note the new evidence of the victim's 
    passport - she was in Paris until the day before she died. The passport 
    will be added as an evidence in the Court Record.
    NOTE: The passport will be a key evidence in this case. Take note of 
    As Payne continues to corner Butz, he'll eventually ask Butz what does 
    he think of the victim, after revealing that she has a number of 
    "sugar daddies". You now have a choice to:
    a. Wait and see what happens;
    b. Stop him from answering.
    Whichever choice you make, Butz will make it difficult for you. But 
    choose answer b to put pressure on the prosecutor, and watch him 
    NOTE: From now on, I'll just list the correct answer to the questions 
    that you've to answer.
    Payne will then ask Butz whether he went to the victim's place on the 
    day of the murder. I'd suggest you tell him to answer honestly. 
    Payne will then call upon a witness, who claims to have seen Butz 
    "fleeing from the scene of crime". This bugger is none other than Mr.
    Frank Sahwit... wait, he's looks familiar. In fact, he's the murderer 
    from the earlier cut-scene.
    The next part of the game will involve Sahwit giving his testimony, 
    and you cross-examining him. Pay attention to what he has to say.
    They're full of loopholes.
    Sahwit claims that he discovered the body at 1:00pm. He also claims 
    that he didn't call the police immediately because a blackout in the 
    building has caused the cordless phone in the victim's house to stop 
    working, which is why he had to go elsewhere to make the call. Payne 
    will present a Blackout Report that confirms that electricity to the 
    victim's building was cut from noon to 6:00pm on the day of the crime. 
    This Blackout Report will be added to the court record.
    NOTE: The Blackout Report has an important information that could 
    prove to be useful later.
    When Sahwit says he's too scared to go inside the house, he'll follow 
    up by saying that he wanted to call the police immediately, but the 
    phone in her apartment wasn't working.
    Click the "Press" button and ask him if he didn't enter the house, 
    how did he know that the phone wasn't working?
    Sahwit will then confirm the time that he found the body as 1:00pm. 
    Now, click the "Present" button, look for the autopsy report, then 
    press "Present" to show the contradicting evidence - the autopsy notes 
    the time of death at sometime after 4:00pm. As such, the victim 
    could not be dead by 1:00pm.
    NOTE: You can press the "Y" button, then shout "HOLD IT!" or 
    "OBJECTION!" into the mic to press or present. It's more fun in my 
    Sahwit will now claim that a voice from the TV in the deceased's house 
    confirmed the time as 1:00pm. But since the time of death is after 
    4pm, she must surely been watching a taped program.
    When Sahwit talks about hearing the time of the death from the taped 
    program, present the Blackout Record as a contradicting evidence - 
    Prosecutor Payne has confirmed that there was a blackout from noon to 
    6:00pm. The TV won't be working if it's 4:00pm then.
    Flustered, Sahwit will now claim he didn't "hear" the time afterall, 
    but instead "saw" it from a table clock in the apartment. Then, 
    strangely, he talks about the clock being used as the murder weapon.  
    Wait till Sahwit talks about the clock being the murder weapon, then
    present the statue as a contradicting evidence - the murder weapn 
    wasn't a clock, but a statue. How can a statue be a clock?
    In a moment of frenzy, Payne will come in and confirm that the Statue 
    is indeed also a table clock - "just twist the neck and it will say 
    out the time". Ok, granted. But...
    The judge will ask do you have any problems with Sahwit's testimony 
    now, since it has been established that the Statue is also a clock. 
    Say Yes - the only way he could have known the weapon was a clock is 
    to hold it in his hand. Yet Sahwit testified that he never entered 
    the apartment. This is clearly a contradiction.
    Now, when asked, tell the judge that the witness knew it was a clock, 
    because he "Went into the apartment".
    The truth will need some evidence to support though. The judge will 
    now ask you to make grounds for your claims. You're given three 
    choices to prove your theory. Choose the one that says "try sounding 
    the clock". This will prove that the clock is three hours slow, which 
    is exactly the discrepancy between what Sahwit heard and the actual 
    time of death.
    Now, Sahwit is a tough fighter. He'll rebut that yes, the clock is 
    three hours slow now, but how can you be sure it was three hours slow 
    on the day of the crime? Well, you can't be sure. It looks like you've 
    But wait! Remember the passport? When Mia asked you whether you've any 
    idea that can save the case, say "yes", then present the passport 
    as evidence. The victim only returned home from Paris a day before the 
    murder. The time difference between Japan and Paris is nine hours. 
    When it's 4:00pm in Japan, it's 1:00am the next day in Paris. The 
    clock wasn't three hours slow, no. It was nine hours fast!
    NOTE: When you've a decisive evidence to present, you can press the 
    "Y" button and then shout "TAKE THAT!" into the mic to present it.
    Sahwit will collapse in the witness stand, and will eventually be 
    arrested. Watch the judge praise you, and he'll declare that the 
    defendant is not guilty! Case won!
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: August 3, 2:32pm
    Mia wants you to show something to Larry to let him know that Cindy 
    actually cares a lot for him. Choose the statue-cum-clock, which Larry 
    made for Cindy. She brought it to Paris, even though it's quite a 
    heavy clock to carry on a travel.  Also, try catching the joke of 
    Mia calling Larry "Harry". 
    NOTE: There's no penalty for getting this wrong, but why not help a 
    friend feel better?
    At the end of the chapter, you'll reflect on the case:
    "And so, my first trial came to a close. Larry slapped me on the back 
    and said, 'Gee, Nick, it's good to have friends!' But I'm pretty sure 
    he's not going to pay me. Unless you count the clock he gave Mia. 
    I didn't know it then... but that clock was soon going to be at the 
    center of another incident. And my promise to tell the chief about me 
    and Larry... would be one promise that I wouldn't be able to keep."
    Episode completed. You've unlocked a brand new episode. The game will 
    prompt you to save now.
    1. Mia Fey: Your boss. Chief Attorney at Fey & Co. A very good 
    defense attorney. Unfortunately, she's also the victim this time 
    2. Maya Fey: Mia's sister. The defendant of this case.
    3. Dick Gumshoe: Detective at the local precint. In charge of the 
    initial investigation.
    4. Miles Edgeworth: A gifted prosecutor, and a ruthless man who'd do 
    anything to get a "guilty" verdict.
    5. April May: An eye witness to the evebts. Testifies that she saw 
    Maya commit the murder.
    6. Marvin Grossberg: A veteran defense attorney. Mia's mentor.
    7. Bellboy: The bellboy at the Gatewater Hotel.
    8. Redd White: An eye witness. CEO of the information gathering 
    company, Bluecorp.
    9. The Judge: Good ol' Judge.
    Confirm the episode, then watch the beginning scene, or rather, read 
    the phone conversation between Mia and Maya. Mia wants to Maya to help 
    hold some papers for her, and they made an arrangement to meet up in 
    the evening. The conversation is recorded at September 5, 9:27am.
    Scene: Fey & Co. Law Offices
    Date: September 5, 8:57pm
    The next scene brings us to Fey & Co. Law Offices, at 8:57pm on the 
    same day. A mysterious person is trying to get some papers from Mia. 
    The conversation ended with an assault on Mia, who's killed as a 
    result. The offendor's face is also revealed to you.
    Scene: Fey & Co. Law Offices
    Date: September 5, 9:08pm
    At 9:08pm, you arrived back at the office. You were wondering about 
    the whereabouts of Mia, when you smell blood. You'll now be introduced 
    to the investigation procedure. You'll be given a choice either to 
    "Examine" or "Move". Examine will let you look around the room for 
    clues. Move will bring us a menu for you to go to another area. Since 
    there isn't much to examine here, choose "Move", and choose "Office" 
    when the game asks you where do you want to move to.
    Watch the cut-scene as you find the dead body of Mia, and a sobbing
    girl beside her. The girl will soon pass out. Leaving her, you 
    approach Mia's body to find that it's still warm, which means she has 
    been killed not very long ago.
    Examine Mia's body to find that she was struck on the head with a 
    blunt object. She probably died instantly. "The Thinker" lying next to 
    her must have been the murder weapon. The Thinker will now be added to 
    the Court Record.
    There're also some glass shards near Mia's body. Must be pieces of the 
    glass light stand lying broken in the back of the room. These will be 
    added to the Court Record as well.
    As you're about to stop the examination, you'll suddenly find a piece 
    of paper, which could've fallen from Mia's hand. Exit from the body,
    and examine the small piece of paper that is just to the right of Mia.
    A word is written in Mia's own blood (presumably) on this scrap of paper, 
    and it says "Maya". The paper is actually a receipt from a department 
    store, dated yesterday. This will be added to the Court Record.
    NOTE: This receipt is the decisive evidence for this case. Remember it.
    At this point, you'll call the police. Examine the phone to find a few 
    of the screws on the receive missing. It looks like someone was halfway 
    through taking it apart. 
    Next, you'll be immediately interrupted by a loud scream from outside 
    the window. Someone has saw you, and is apparently calling the police 
    as well! Ignore her for the moment, since you can't do anything 
    about it now.
    Now, move to the other office to find the girl. She'll reveal that 
    she's Maya Fey. Remember the piece of paper that says "Maya" you found 
    just now? Hmm. You'll have to talk to this girl. When given the 
    choices, click "Talk", then click "what happened".
    Maya will inform you that she came into the office, and found that 
    Mia was already dead. Now, ask her about "you and the Chief". She'll 
    tell you that she's Mia's younger sister, she was here because Mia 
    wanted her to keep some evidence for her. The evidence was supposed 
    to be kept in The Thinker.
    Your next move should be to present the paper to Maya. Present the 
    receipt, and Maya will express a level of shock. Why would Mia write 
    her name?After this, you'll feel extremely bad, and then you'll hear the 
    police siren. 
    Must be the woman just now, who called the police. Before you know 
    it, the police will rush into the room. Detective Dick Gumshoe (what. 
    a.name.) is the man you should interact with now. He'll find the 
    receipt, and he'll arrest Maya based on the "dying message".
    You'll now talk about what happens next: 
    "Mia's younger sister, Maya, was arrested on the spot. I was taken in 
    for questioning and didn't get out until the next morning. My eyes 
    were heavy... but I couldn't sleep. I sat around, waiting for visiting
    hours to begin at the detention center. I had to talk to Maya as soon 
    as possible.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitor's Room
    Date: September 6, 9:07am
    Talk to Maya, and she'll ask you to be her attorney. You'll be given 
    three choices to reply her. Be a man, and tell her, yes, you'll be 
    her attorney. Even though the odds are stacked against her, somehow 
    you know she's not the murderer.
    As the conversation progresses, you'll get to talk to Maya. Do so. 
    You'll find that she's actually a spirit medium in training. Ask her 
    more about spirit mediums. Apparently, Mia is a powerful spirit 
    medium as well. Now, that's stretching the plot a bit. Nevertheless,
    switch the conversation to "the day of the crime". She'll tell you 
    that she has arranged to meet Mia, to help her hold onto an important 
    piece of evidence. Of course, this evidence would be kept in the 
    statue that Larry made.
    Next, Maya will let you listen to the recording of their phone 
    conversation. Click "your Cell Phone", only to find that Gumshoe has 
    taken the phone. To remind you to get hold of the phone from Gumshoe, 
    Maya will write you a memo. This memo will be added to your Court 
    Now, even though you've agreed to help Maya, she isn't exactly 
    confident of your pedigree. She has asked you to her her look for a 
    lawyer that was previously recommended by Mia, "in case she gets into 
    trouble". To prevent sounding like a loser, gracefully accept the 
    request, then move to "Grossberg Law Offices".
    Scene: Grossberg Law Offices
    Date: September 6
    Grossberg is not in the office, duh! Come back later. Move back to 
    "Fey and Co. Law Offices" then. 
    Scene: Fey and Co. Law Offices
    Date: September 6
    Meet Gumshoe here. When the game prompts you to remember his name, 
    click "Detective Gumshoe". He'll be happy that you remember his name.
    Continue through the conversation until you can talk to him. Talk to 
    him about "Mia" to gain access to the autopsy report, which states:
    Time of death: 9/5 at 9:00pm
    Cause of death: Single blunt force trauma. Death was instantaneous.
    Now, talk to him about "Maya" to get the information that Prosecutor 
    Edgeworth will be in charge of the prosecution. Talk to him about 
    "Edgeworth" now. You can now see Edgeworth's profile under the 
    Profile screen.
    After talking about Edgeworth, go to the Evidence screen to find 
    Maya's memo, then present it to Gumshoe. The purpose of doing this is 
    to gain access to Maya's cell phone. When you've to select an answer, 
    click "tell him not so straight", since you don't want him to know 
    about the phone recording. After some deliberation, Gumshoe will 
    pass the phone to you. This will be added to your Court Record, as 
    Go to the Court Record now to select the cell phone, then click the
    Check button on the bottom right corner of the bottom screen to listen 
    to the recorded conversation. 
    After that, end the conversation with Gumshoe. He'll will end off by 
    warning you not to talk to the witness. Wait, witness? Who? Oh, the 
    woman who screamed while you were checking out the phone in Mia's 
    office. Hmm. What did Gumshoe say? Oh, her name is April May. What? 
    She won't be allowed to leave her room until the trial? So, that means 
    she's still in the hotel across the way. Time to go there and pay 
    her a visit.
    Move to "Gatewater Hotel". 
    Scene: Gatewater Hotel - Room 303
    Date: September 6
    Talk to April until she tells you that she wants to go "freshen up". 
    Use this opportunity to examine her room. See the drawer on the left 
    side of the screen? Examine it... but you can't, as April suddenly 
    appears to stop you from doing so. Something is going on here.
    Continue your examination by checking out the table near the window. 
    A bottle and two glasses are on the table. Note: TWO glasses. Somebody 
    must be staying with her.
    Now check the window. You can see the Fey and Co. Law Offices Building 
    across the street. You can see the inside of the room pretty clearly 
    from here, but it would be a little difficult to recognize a face from 
    this distance though.
    Go back now and talk to April. Regardless of what you ask her, she 
    won't bulge. There's nothing else you can do here, so go back to 
    Grossberg's office to see whether the elite lawyer is back.
    Scene: Grossberg Law Offices
    Date: September 6
    This time round, your effort won't be in vain. Talk to Grossberg, and 
    he seems to know about Maya's case before you elaborate, and he'll 
    strangely refuse to represent her point blank. Talk to him now and 
    select "your refusal". You'll find no logical explanation, and he'll 
    even confuse you further by saying that no lawyer worth their salt 
    will take on this case. 
    Now, you should talk to him about the painting in his office. It's 
    important. He'll tell you that is his favorite piece, and he wouldn't 
    part with it 
    for anything. 
    Now leave and return to the Detention Center.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitor's Room
    Date: September 6, 3:42pm
    You're back at the Detention Center with Maya now. Break the news to 
    her that Grossberg has refused the case. Talk to Maya, and she'll 
    reveal some details about a murder case from 15 years ago. Her mother, 
    a spirit medium as well, helped the police, but gave the police the 
    wrong leads, leading to a wrongful arrest. Look out for the 
    interesting points of this case, particularly about a man called 
    At the end of the visitation time, you'll have to make a decision 
    whether to pursue this case. Select "Defend Maya" to make a decision 
    to defend her regardless of whether she agrees or not. When she asks 
    you why, tell her "I can't abandon you".
    Make a pact with Maya to trust each other, then watch the cut-scene 
    about the mysterious drawer at April's room. This is the cue for you 
    to return to Gatewater Hotel.
    Scene: Gatewater Hotel - Room 303
    Date: September 6
    When you're back at this room, April is nowhere to be found. Instead, 
    you'll see a bellboy there. Since April is not around, this is the 
    chance for you to snoop around. The bellboy will also pass you a 
    message to pass to April:
    "... Mr. White of Bluecorp phoned."
    Hmm, White was the name of the guy who ruined Mia and Maya's mother.
    Now, quickly examine the drawer to find a wiretap. A wiretap? What's 
    April doing with a wiretap? 
    Anyway, quickly leave now as April will come back as soon as you 
    retrieved the wiretap into your Court Record. The game will now prompt 
    you to save.
    DAY 2: TRIAL
    Let the trial begin!
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 1
    Date: September 7, 10:00am
    The first witness that Edgeworth calls upon will be Gumshoe. Gumshoe 
    will provide the details of the murder by the use of a floor plan.
    This will be added to your Court Record.
    Nothing you didn't know of. Mentioned that has has "hard evidence" to 
    arrest Maya. 
    You'll need to do some bluffing now, since you don't really know what 
    is there to cross-examine.
    When Gumshoe says that he immediately arrested Maya when he reached 
    the scene of crime, press him. He'll reply that he had a witness account 
    describing Maya. Press again and ask him didn't he mentioned earlier 
    that he has a "hard evidence" to arrest Maya? What's with the witness
    Gumshoe will deny that he mentioned "hard evidence", but the judge 
    will concur with you. The detetive will have to testify once more.
    This time, he'll mention about the receipt that has the blood-written 
    "Maya" on it.
    When Gumshoe talks about finding blood on Mia's hand, and that lab 
    results showed that the blood that wrote the words "Maya" belongs to 
    Mia, etc., present the autopsy report - if death was instantaneous as 
    mentioned in the report, how could Mia actually write the words?
    Edgeworth will object you right away though, and he'll ask you when 
    did you obtain the autopsy report. If you remember, you got it "the 
    day after the murder". Edgeworth will then present a second autopsy, 
    which states that:
    "Death was ALMOST IMMEDIATE due to a blow from a blunt object... but 
    there was a possibility the victim lived for several minutes after the 
    Edgeworth will press you now, so reply that "the detective is a sham!" 
    and put all the blame on Gumshoe for giving you a faulty report. The 
    new autopsy report will now overwrite the previous report.
    Edgeworth will now call upon the "innocent" April to the stands. She'll
    woo the crowd with her charm and make life difficult for you.
    At 9:00pm, April looked out of the window, and she saw a woman with 
    long hair being attacked. The person attacking her was the girl in 
    the defendant's chair (that is, Maya). Then, the girl who was hit got 
    up and ran away, while the girl who hit her caught up and hit her.
    The court will try not to let you cross-examine April, since her 
    testimony is very firm. But when you're given a choice whether you 
    want to, say "yes, I'm doing it".
    Press her immediately when she said that she was looking out of the 
    window at 9:00pm. Ask her why did she look out. Was she expecting to 
    see something? She'll avoid answering. When given a choice whether 
    to press further about this, back down. Edgeworth is a strong 
    opponent and he'll almost certainly object to your pressing, which 
    will be deemed trivial.
    Let April continue, then when she said that she saw Maya, press her 
    and ask her why she was so sure that it was Maya. She'll give some 
    silly excuses about girlish physique, etc., and Edgeworth will back 
    her up, saying that the only person with a girlish physique at the 
    scene of crime is Maya. Now, you'll be given a choice to attack this 
    testimony. Select "I question this testimony". Then, select "you're 
    lying" - if April has really saw Maya, she'd have noticed Maya's 
    clothes before noticing her physique. Maya has been in her spirit 
    medium costume since the day of the crime. No one wears clothes like 
    this on a daily basis.
    Somehow, April will get away with this by acting blur. Time for more 
    testimony from her.
    April's second testimony claims that the victim dodged the first 
    attack and ran off to the right. Then the defendant ran after her and 
    hit her with the weapon. She was, amazingly, able to identify the 
    weapon as a statue-cum-clock, from that distance.
    Wait till April talks about the statue-cum-clock, then present the 
    statue as a contradicting evidence. How did she know, just by looking 
    at the statue, that it's also a clock? Remember, another person in much 
    the same position as her recently called this a 'clock' too, and he was 
    found guilty of murder.
    Edgeworth will object you, and regard your questions as "trivial" 
    once again. But you're onto something, and you'll automatically 
    object his objection (cool).
    The judge will concur with you. You can continue your cross-
    April will continue to lie through her skin now, telling the court 
    that she "heard" the clock from her room. Expose her lie by telling 
    the court that the clock "wouldn't have rung". Why? Because "it's 
    empty". The clock is missing its clockwork, as first revealed in Mia's 
    teleconversation with Maya.
    Edgeworth will not give up. He knows the clockwork was empty, and he 
    argues that if the clockwork is removed after the witness heard the 
    clock, then there is no contradiction. Can you prove when the 
    clockwork was removed? You can.
    Present the cell phone record of Mia and Maya's conversation, which 
    clearly states that Mia removed the clockwork way before the time of 
    death, even way before May checks in at the hotel. 
    April still won't give up. She argues that she has saw the clock in 
    a shop before. Click "yes" when the judge asks whether you've anymore 
    questions. Present the statue again - remember what Larry told you in 
    the last case? This clock was never in any store. It was made by himself 
    for Cindy, and given to Mia eventually. Only two of these exist in the 
    world, and the one that isn't here is in police custody since it was 
    the weapon that killed Cindy.
    Proceed with the conversation with April and the judge until you're 
    given all the opportunity to explain the truth. When asked to do so, 
    tell April that she knows that the weapon was a clock because "she 
    heard about it". Present the wiretap now to prove this - April has 
    been tapping on Mia's phone. 
    Edgeworth will object (again), but the judge will brush him aside.
    He'll then dare you to prove that by tapping Mia's phone, April will 
    know that the weapon is a clock. Present the cell phone record again, 
    and listen to the conversation once more to prove this.
    April will put on a show now, crying and all that. It's time to deal 
    the final blow. Click "you did it, didn't you?". This will cause her 
    to slip her tongue and admit that she tapped Mia's phone. But she also 
    has an alibi - she was getting room service from the bellboy at 9:00pm 
    on the day of the crime. 
    Call the bellboy. Accept the condition that if nothing comes out from 
    the bellboy, Maya will be declared guilty on the spot. You're taking a 
    huge gamble now.
    The Bellboy received a call after 8:00pm from April, who asked for an 
    ice coffee to be brought to her at 9:00pm, on the dot. The bellboy 
    brought it to her at precisely the requested time, personally.
    You'll find nothing from the Bellboy, who has no reasons to lie. 
    Try pressing at various stops, until Edgeworth will suggest to the 
    judge to let the Bellboy leave. Plead for one last question, and 
    "ask about check-in", which will reveal that April actually checked-in 
    with another person. That's the revelation you needed!
    Enjoy the explanation of what happened in this rather tedious case.
    When asked to choose who's the murderer, simply answer "the man who 
    checked-in with Miss May" (duh!). The court will adjourn after that, 
    but the case won't be over. Not yet.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 1
    Date: September 7, 2:24pm
    Talk to Maya until the conversation is over. After the court became 
    certain that April was lying, a lot, during her testimony, what's 
    left of her testimony is this:
    "The victim dodged an attack then ran to the right, but she was caught 
    and struck."
    This testimony is now added to the Court Record for tomorrow. 
    NOTE: Again, this is an important evidence. It's almost decisive.
    Save your game now.
    Scene: Detention Center, Vistor's Room
    Date: September 7, 3:11pm
    Talk to April. She has been arrested, by the way. No matter what 
    you say, she won't bulge. The identity of the mysterious man is still 
    at large. Go to the hotel again.
    Scene: Gatewater Hotel - Room 303
    Date: September 7
    The ever-present Bellboy is here again. Talk to him about "the man 
    with Miss May", and you'll get a lead. A "lady killer", so to say. The 
    Bellboy also mentioned that if you've a photo of that man, he'll be 
    able to identify him. Bear that in mind.
    Scene: Grossberg Law Offices
    Date: September 7
    Go back to Grossberg's office again. The old man is once again out of 
    office. Notice now that there're something new on the table. Photos!
    Two of them, in fact. Examine them. Something's been written in pencil 
    on the backs: 
    "DL-6 Incident - Exhibit A"
    "DL-6 Incident - Exhibit B"
    View both the photos. Exhibit A shows a woman who looks familiar. 
    Exhibit shows a man with purple hair. Take Exhibit B and add it to the 
    Court Record. 
    NOTE: You can only take one photograph with you.
    Next, examine the wall... hey, wasn't there a giant painting hanging 
    on that wall when you came here previously? The game will prompt you 
    to remember what the painting was about. Click "fishmen".
    NOTE: It doesn't matter what you click, actually, All the outcome will
    be the same regardless of what you click.
    Scene: Gatewater Hotel - Room 303
    Date: September 7
    Present the photograph you found at Grossberg's office to the Bellboy.
    The bellboy will confirm that he's the man who checked-in with April. 
    The bellboy will be eager to write an affidavit to confirm that the man 
    in the photograph is the man who checked-in with April. Allow him to do 
    so. This will be added to the Court Report.
    Scene: Detention Center, Vistor's Room
    Date: September 7
    Go back to April, and present the photograph of the man to her. 
    Watch her face change, but she'll quickly regain composure. Present 
    the Bellboy's Affidavit now. This will be a great blow to her.  Now,
    "push her hard" (er, this doesn't sound very nice, but it's not what 
    you think), threaten to bring this to the press if she doesn't 
    She'll talk. The man in question is Redd White, who happens to be 
    April's boss. He's the head of Bluecorp, an "information gathering 
    agency". Get the location of Bluecorp from April, then move towards 
    NOTE: The Bellboy's Affidavit will be discarded now.
    Scene: Bluecorp Inc. CEO's Office
    Date: September 7
    You may notice the very familiar painting in this office, but we'll 
    come to that later. Talk to White about April, and he'll try to turn 
    her into a scapegoat. Ask him about Bluecorp, and he'll tell you that 
    he's in the business of buying and selling various kinds of 
    information. Continue talking to him, now about the night of the 
    murder. You'll find that you've no way of putting him on the witness 
    stand, and he won't reveal anything unless you manage to do so.
    Now, ask him about that painting. Tell him that you've seen it 
    before, and watch him turn nasty. Go back to Grossberg now.
    Scene: Grossberg Law Offices
    Date: September 7
    Grossberg will be in his office now, but he doesn't seem to have 
    notice you. Clear your throat to get his attention, then talk to him 
    about today's trial, his refusal to help, and Mr. White (in that 
    sequence). Follow these by asking him about the big painting. Why 
    did Grossberg, who like the painting so much, gave it away to White?
    Select "he's blackmailing you". Jackpot. The nature of White's company 
    makes it easy for him to blackmail anyone in town.
    Grossberg will finally agree to talk. You'll find out that White makes 
    his living through intimidation. Bluecorp is a company that excels in 
    finding people's weaknesses, and blackmailing them in the process. 
    Grossberg has been paying them for 15 years now. And it was all 
    because of the DL-6 Incident, which you saw on the back of the 
    Probe him about the incident, and you'll find out that it's somehow 
    linked with Mia and Maya's mother. Yes, it's quite clear now that the 
    other photograph in Grossberg's office is that of their mother, Misty 
    Fey. Even though Grossberg managed to help Mdm Fey out of trouble 
    during the DL-6 Incident, the murder case still remained unsolved.
    Next, ask him why was he blackmailed over this. It was quite simple. 
    White offered Grossberg riches for the information about the police 
    wrongly trusting Mdm Fey, and then revealed this to the media. The 
    police suffered as a result, and have been looking for the person who 
    released the information ever since. It was then that White came in 
    with the blackmail.
    Grossberg will now point you to Mia's office for the next clues.
    Scene: Fey and Co. Law Offices
    Date: September 7
    Back at Mia's office, examine the shelves now for the cases that she 
    has worked on. You'll be asked to select which files to look at, 
    select "File 'A-I'".
    Under "F", you'll find the file for "Misty Fey". Read it. It says:
    "'I've tarnished the Fey name.' Leaving only three words, my mother 
    vanished. I was determined to find the ones who had made my mother 
    blame herself in this way. Using the E.S.P. that runs in my family, 
    I held an audience with the dead. Finally, the names of two men 
    surfaced. One was MARVIN GROSSBERG, a lawyer who sold my mother's 
    information for riches. The other was the man who sold the information 
    to the press. This parasite, who makes his fortune on threats and  
    coercion, his name is..."
    The record stops here, strangely.
    Now, examine the shelves again for "File 'J-S'". Nothing much here, 
    but choose to "Skim" through the reports nonetheless. At the end of 
    "S", you'll find a number of reports on suicides. Apparently, these 
    suicides involve politicians, policemen, etc. You'll also notice that:
    "There's writing on most of these in pencil. 'White...?' This is Mia's 
    handwriting. Wait, I get it! Mia thought he was involved in these 
    'suicides'! White drove them all to... I can use these newspaper 
    clippings. Let's find the most distressing one..."
    Newspaper Clipping added to your Court Record!
    Examine the shelves once more. The game will ask whether you'd want to 
    check the files once more. Select "check 'em", then go to "File 'T-Z'" 
    now. When you reach "W", you'll find that the entire "W" section is 
    With the new knowledge that you've, visit Bluecorp again.
    Scene: Bluecorp Inc. CEO's Office
    Date: September 7
    Back to the scum. White threatens that if you continue to pester him, 
    a "nasty accident" will happen to you. There's no point talking to 
    him now. Instead, present the newspaper clipping to him, which was 
    about the fall of a politician. Tell White that you knew that he 
    blackmailed the politician until he committed.
    Continue to argue with him as he tells you all sort of crap, then 
    further tell him that's "you're wrong" until he calls the public 
    prosecutor. He mentions now that he's willing to testify in court 
    because he has seen the murder took place, and that the murderer is 
    Gumshoe will appear in no time to take you into custody. Yes, you've 
    been arrested. But if this is the only way to get White to testify in 
    court, this will be the only way to attack him in court as well. The 
    good thing is, Maya will be released. At least you helped Mia to look 
    after her sister well enough. 
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitor's Room
    Date: September 7
    Maya will visit you, and ask what can she do for you. There's actually 
    nothing she can do, and please, don't ask her to "break you out of 
    here"! Just joke and ask her to cheer you on. After the conversation 
    with her, you end the day by thinking:
    "It's the beginning of a new century, yet with crime it's the same 
    old story. In fact, it's getting worse. Lengthy court proceedings are 
    no long realistic. Beginning a few years ago, a limit of three days 
    was put on initial court trials. Almost all finish in a day, most with 
    a guilty verdict. I ever though I'd end up in the defendant's chair 
    myself. Tomorrow, the true culprit will appear as a witness. This is 
    it. It's me or him!"
    DAY 3 - TRIAL
    So, this is it.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 1
    Date: September 9, 9:52am
    Go through the conversation, and you'll reveal that you'll be defending 
    yourself, just like in the movies!
    Scene: District Court, Court Room No. 1
    Date: September 9, 10:00am
    Edgeworth will summon White to the witness stands immediately. Don't 
    bother with raising an objection, since it'll lead you nowhere. These 
    buggers are in it together.
    At about 9:00pm on the day of the crime, White claims that he was 
    reading some papers by the window. He heard a bedlam outside, so he 
    turned to look at the building across the way, and saw you attacking a 
    woman with long hair. He called April over at once. Then, the woman 
    with long hair ran, you gave chase, and there was a terrible impaction, 
    and it was all over.
    White's testimony is almost perfect, and it's difficult to find a 
    weakness in it. Try pressing a little on the timings, etc., but when 
    he said that he saw YOU attacking the victim, press him by saying that 
    it contradicts what April has seen. April has specifically mentioned a 
    White will reply that he's very confident of his eyesight. Ok. Let him 
    go on this one. The statement that you'll really want to press is the 
    one where he says that the victim ran, and you gave chased. Tell him 
    to be more specific, and he'll say that the victim ran to the left 
    when she was attacked.
    This will be added to his testimony, as requested by the judge. This 
    is your chance. Present April's Testimony - White said the victim ran 
    to the 'left'. But that directly contradicts April's testimony, which 
    clearly stated that the victim ran 'right'.
    When White said that you must have misheard her, you'll tell him to 
    look at the floor plans. This will bring up the floor plan on the top 
    screen, to show the positions of the killer and Mia. It's easy to 
    understand why the victim will NOT run to the left, since she'd have 
    been running directly away from the door.
    White will be very adamant that he saw Mia ran "left". You know what 
    this means, don't you? The only way White could've seen Mia ran left, 
    is when he's facing Mia directly during the murder - Mia running to 
    her right would have been perceived as running to White's left.
    Ok, we haven't reach this part yet. Anyway, Maya will suggest that she 
    doesn't think that White is lying about him seeing Mia ran left. 
    You'll ponder for a moment, then the judge will ask you whether you 
    can explain why April and White saw the direction differently. Tell 
    the judge "both are right". There's only one scenario that would 
    explain their conflicting accounts - the witness wasn't viewing the 
    crime from the hotel.
    Edgeworth will then ask where could he have been? You'll reply that 
    he was at the law offices. You'll also be added to point out on the 
    screen the location of White on the screen, Move your stylus to 
    the red circle with a "K", then click Present. This is the position of 
    the murderer. When the victim ran for the door, if he was watching from 
    this point, to him it would appear that she ran to the "left".
    Still, you won't nail him so easily. White will ask for a chance to 
    testify again.
    White now claims that both April's and his testimonies are correct. 
    When you assaulted the victim, she first ran to the left, and then you 
    hit her. Then, with the last of her strength, she ran to the right. 
    This is when April saw her. You chased, and delivered the final blow.
    Note that he's now claiming you've hit her TWICE. Fool.
    Wipe that smile off White's face by presenting the autopsy report when 
    he says that you delivered the final blow - the victim died from a 
    single blow, not two blows.
    Edgeworth will now call for a 10-minute break because "the witness is 
    obviously confused". But you'll object right away. The crowd and the 
    judge will be on your side, and White has to testify again..
    White's final testimony claims that he looked at the other window when 
    he heard that thing fall. Then, he saw Mia running to the left. You 
    then attacked her, but she dodged. She then ran to the right and you 
    deliver the killer blow.
    White will also feign a stomach upset to try and get out of being 
    cross-examined by you. Tell him to deal with it.
    Immediately into his first sentence, press him about what was "that 
    thing" that fell. He'll reply that it's the glass light stand. Maya 
    will ask you do you find this statement odd. Reply "yeah, very odd". 
    This will cause you to press further. Force him to change his 
    testimony to him seeing the glass light stand.
    When he does that, quickly present the floor plans to counter him. 
    The top screen will show the floor plan now. Obviously, if White has 
    looked through the windom of the office, the stand is not within the 
    visible area - the only time you could have seen the stand must have 
    been the moment it fell. And the only place you could have seen that 
    from, is inside the Fey Law Offices. In other words, he was at the 
    scene of the crime when the murder took place.
    Edgeworth is still around though! He'll now try to convince White to 
    admit "the crime of placing the wiretap". His point is that, White 
    must have been at the Fey Offices before the day of murder to place 
    the wiretap, thus he'd have seen the light stand is in the office 
    White will testify that it was the beginning of September, the week 
    before the murder, that he placed the wiretap. He saw the glass light 
    stand then. Now, if you're me, you'll know immediately that the 
    receipt that has Maya's name on it will come into play - remember that 
    the receipt was for buying something on the day before the murder. 
    I'll bet my last dollar that it's for buying the light stand. Remember 
    This is a little tricky. You'll find nothing to present against White 
    as he rattles on, and you'll find yourself going through the testimony 
    over and over again without progress. The way to get out of this is to 
    press every single sentence that White says. And I mean, every single 
    sentence. There will come a time when you realised that you've no more 
    ammos to fight, and that's when the judge asks whether you want to 
    give up. 
    Ponder about giving up, and then you'll hear Mia's voice!
    "Never give up, Phoenix!"
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 1
    Date: September 9
    You'll find yourself at the waiting lobby next, and Mia is standing 
    right in front of you! Hey, isn't she, like, DEAD? Ok, engage in 
    conversation to find that when you were defeated in court, Maya's 
    true powers were awaken. So, Maya is channeling Mia. Maya is also 
    Mia now. Way to go. Mia (in Maya's body) will tell you never to give 
    up. She'll also bring your attention now to the receipt:
    Amount spent: $1,000.00
    Item purchased: Glass Light Stand
    Date of Purchase: September 4
    Someone say hell yeah!
    NOTE: Before Mia "appeared", presenting the receipt during the cross-
    examination will be useless. I was personally shot down by jumping the 
    gun before Mia "appeared". Similarly you'll be shot down by the judge 
    if you do so. You must wait for this conversation with Mia to reveal 
    the contents of the Receipt.
    The receipt, with its new revelation, is updated in your Court Record.
    Scene: District Court, Court Room No. 1
    Date: September 9, 1:16pm
    Go through the conversations. You'll be given a "last chance" to 
    fight the case. Thanks, Edgeworth.
    When White talks about the the week before the murder, present the 
    receipt - Glass light stand, purchased on the day before the murder. 
    This means that when White "allegedly" entered the Fey offices, the 
    stand could not have been there.
    Still, Edgeworth won't give up. There's no concrete proof that you're 
    innocent, and he's right. He'll ask for one more day. Object the 
    request. Even though the judge will allow the day's grace, Mia will 
    intervene. She'll ask you to read a note aloud. This is a memo from 
    Mia, which has a list of people's names in Mia's handwriting. Present 
    this memo, and you'll narrate the following progress:
    "The memo Mia had given me was a list of names. Many of them sounded 
    strangely familiar. People in finance, famous celebrities... That's 
    when it happened."
    "It" is when White goes berserk.  Mia will threaten to turn this list 
    to the media if White doesn't admit to his guilt.
    White will then confess. Wou won! A "spirited" fightback! Enjoy the 
    sweet smell of success!
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 1
    Date: September 9, 2:24pm
    Talk to Mia. She'll arrange a meeting with you at the office for this 
    Scene: Fey and Co. Law Offices
    Date: September 9, 9:02pm
    You'll find Maya there. She'll tell you that Mia wrote her a note to 
    "take care of Phoenix". You'll also notice that the office is now 
    officially WRIGHT & CO. LAW OFFICES! Maya Fey will become your new 
    Watch the very nice cut-scene of you shaking hands with Maya, as the 
    spirit of Mia looks on. 
    Bring Maya to eat some burgers to end this Episode. Save your game.
    1. Maya Fey: Your trusty sidekick/ partner. A spirit medium with 
    inconsistent powers.
    2. Miles Edgeworth: You know him.
    3. Dick Gumshoe: You know him too.
    4. Will Powers: The defendant. Action star who plays the title role in 
    "The Steel Samurai" TV show.
    5. Wendy Oldbag: Security guard at Global Studios. Claims she saw 
    Powers heading to the scene.
    6. Jack Hammer: The victim. A former, big name action star. Played the 
    role of the Evil Magistrate.
    7. Penny Nichols: Assistant at Global Studios, in charge of large 
    props and set pieces.
    8. Sal Manella: Creator of "The Steel Samurai". Present at the day of 
    the crime.
    9. Cody Hackins: A big fan of Steel Samurai. Present at the studio on 
    the day of the crime.
    10. Dee Vasquez: Producer of "The Steel Samurai".
    11. The judge: Same old geezer.
    Confirm the episode and watch the cut-scene as two samurais dish it 
    out on the screen. Turns out this was an episode of "Steel Samurai" 
    that Maya was watching. This TV program is a hit series among kids and 
    some teenagers like Maya.
    Scene: Wright and Co. Law Offices
    Date: October 14, 5:31pm
    It has been a month since you took down Redd White, but the business 
    is not coming in. You're having problems with paying the rent.
    Scene: Phoenix Wright's Bedroom
    Date: October 16, 8:14am
    You're awaken from your sleep by an early morning phone call from 
    Maya. Apparently, the "Steel Samurai" was arrested for "killing a 
    villain", in real life, with his "Samurai Spear".
    Get back to the office now.
    Scene: Wright and Co. Law Offices
    Date: October 16, 9:22am
    Check out the TV news for more updates of the case. You'll learn the 
    "Steel Samurai" is actually an actor by the name of Will Powers. The 
    victim in question is Jack Hammer, who plays the villain "Evil 
    Magistrate" in the TV show. Hammer's body was found inside his Evil 
    Magistrate costume. The "Samurai Spear" is believed to be the weapon. 
    Police are investigating the case blah blah.
    After the news, the phone will ring. Maya will pick it up and realise 
    that it was Powers on the line. He wants YOU to defend him. 
    Move to the Detention Center to meet Powers.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitors' Room
    Date: October 16
    Read through all the conversations until you get the chance to talk 
    to Powers. Ask him "what happened". He'll tell you that the cast was 
    at Global Studios for a run-through of an episode. They ran through a 
    few action sequences at 10:00am yesterday. There was a rehearsal 
    scheduled for 5:00pm, but when the time came, the Evil Magistrate was 
    found lying in a crumpled heap near the set. They took off his mask, 
    and discovered that it was Jack Hammer, dead. He had been expertly 
    skewered with the "Samurai Spear", which is a weapon that the Steel 
    Samurai uses in the program.
    Ask Powers about his alibi next. He mentions that he came into the 
    studios at 9:00am, and worked through some action scenes till noon. 
    He took a nap in the dressing room after lunch. When he woke up, it 
    was already 5:00pm. He hurried to the studio, and found everyone 
    looking shocked. He was arrested on the spot.
    Powers will give you a map of Global Studios next. Time to go there.
    Scene: Global Studios, Main Gate
    Date: October 16
    A security lady will stop you from entering. Ask her about the studios 
    and she'll reveal that Hammer was a big star at Global Studios some 
    10 years ago. 
    Ask her about Will Powers next. She'll tell you that she believes 
    Powers is guilty. Press her for her reason for suspicion, and she'll 
    tell you that she was standing here yesterday, from 1:00pm to 5:00pm, 
    until they found the body. If anyone wants to go to the studios during 
    this time, they'll have to pass through her. Only one person went by 
    there between 1:00pm and 2:30pm, which was when the murder took place, 
    and the person was Powers. 
    Now, ask about Jack Hammer. She'll have rave reviews for him. An 
    accident during filming five years ago reduced him to playing the 
    villain on a children's program.
    NOTE: This accident from five years ago is the key for this case. 
    You'll get more information about this as you progress.
    You can't do anything more here, so return to the Detention Center.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitors' Room
    Date: October 16
    Talk to Powers about his alibi again, since it contradicts that of 
    the security lady. But Powers assures you that he was sleeping during 
    during the period in question. He doesn't seem to be lying.
    Ask him about the security lady. This will result in Powers writing a
    formal letter to request your representation. Power's letter will be 
    added to the Court Record.
    Scene: Global Stuidos, Main Gate
    Date: October 16
    Present Power's letter to the security lady. She'll allow you to 
    pass, but only to the studios. You'll also get to look at the map of 
    this area. Pay 50 cents to obtain the map, and add it to your Court 
    NOTE: Power's letter will be discarded now. 
    Move to "Outside Studio One" now.
    Scene: Studio One Entrance
    Date: October 16
    Dick Gumshoe is here. Talk to him about the investigations. You'll 
    obtain the autopsy report, yes, the latest version, It states that:
    Time of death: 10/15 at 2:30pm
    Caused of death: Pierced through the chest by a spear
    As usual, this goes into your Court Record. Ask him now about the 
    reason for arrest. He replies that the murder took place right over 
    in Studio One. The victim entered Studio One at approximately 1:00pm. 
    There was no one else there then. The autopsy report confirms the time 
    of death as 2:30pm, and only one person went to Studio One between 
    1:00pm and 2:30pm. The person was Powers.
    Talk to Gumshoe about the credibility of the security lady. He'll 
    mention something about a decisive evidence. Ask him about it, and 
    he'll talk about a photo - the photo of the Steel Samurai heading 
    towards the scene of crime. The photo was taken by an automatic 
    camera at the gate that links the Employee Area and the studios.
    The good thing that came out of this is that you'll now have the 
    freedom to move around the studios, with the blessing of Gumshoe. He's 
    quite a nice guy afterall.
    Scene: Global Stuidos, Main Gate
    Date: October 16
    Go back to the main gate to find the security lady stuffing her face 
    with donuts. Talk to her about the "photographic proof". She'll show 
    you where the automatic camera is. Press for more information about 
    this camera, and you'll learn that it snaps a photo of anyone who 
    passes by, and records the time as well whenever it takes a photo. 
    She'll view all the photos on the computer over in the security guard 
    station, and she checks them every day before going home.
    Talk to her about Hammer again and her reasons for suspecting Powers 
    if you want, but there's nothing you don't know of here. Go to the 
    Employee Area next.
    Scene: Global Stuidos, Employee Area
    Date: October 16
    Examine the area if you want just to get a feel of the stuff around 
    here. Of significance are the following:
    1. The metal grate on the drain here has been taken off. The drain is 
    pretty big. Looks like a kid could fit through it.
    2. Remains of yesterday's lunch are scattered around on the table. 
    There was a t-bone on one of the plates, minus the steak.
    Go to the "Dressing Room" next.
    Scene: Global Stuidos, Dressing Room
    Date: October 16
    Examine the objects in this room. The most important object to examine 
    is Powers' bag. You'll obtain an employee cardkey from there. The card 
    sats "Studio One". "Borrow" it into your Court Record.
    Scene: Studio One Entrance
    Date: October 16
    Use the cardkey you found in the dressing room on the door at the end. 
    It'll open. Move to "Inside Studio One" now.
    Scene: Studio One 
    Date: October 16
    Examine the objects in this room. Of significance are: 
    1. The outline of Hammer's body in found on the ground. Strangely, 
    the spear-inflicted cause of death didn't seem to leave a lot of 
    blood stains on the ground. Maybe the costume absorbed most of it.
    Maybe not.
    2. The director's chair - nothing of interests to you now, but keep 
    this chair in mind because you'll need to come back to it later.
    3. The cameras - this will introduce the character Penny Nichols, an 
    assistant in the studio. 
    Talk to Penny about the day of the crime. She was in the studio 
    the whole day, as she was the only assistant employed. In the 
    morning, they went through the action sequences in the employee area. 
    Powers and Hammer were there, along with everyone else. After eating 
    lunch, Hammer went to Studio One, and Powers went into the dressing 
    room. Penny didn't see either of them after that.
    Ask her about Powers' alibi now. Unfortunately, she didn't go into 
    the dressing room when Powers was sleeping, so she couldn't confirm 
    his statements.
    After a while, Penny will tell you that something has been bothering 
    her. She'll tell you that on the day of the crime, just after noon, 
    she sensed that someone was here in Studio One, and she was sure 
    it isn't some other employees. She has a feeling that it was someone 
    from outside, although this kinda contradicts the security lady's 
    claims that everyone has to pass through her.
    Before you go, ask Penny about "sensing someone" if you want. You'll 
    gain nothing from this, so follow Maya's heed and go after the 
    security lady.
    Scene: Global Studios, Main Gate
    Date: October 16
    Back to the security lady. Ask her about Penny's claim, and see her go 
    berserk! She'll then run off, presumably to confront Penny. Take this 
    opportunity to examine the computer in the security room. Try the 
    computer, and when prompted to key in the number for the camera, 
    select "ST1-307". This will print out the data for the day of the 
    crime. You'll see a picture of the Steel Samurai.
    Yes, simply a picture of the STEEL SAMURAI, and not WILL POWERS. 
    Although he's the only one who wears the suit usually, anyone could've 
    been in that suit on the day of the crime.
    The back of the photograph will also states:
    "[Oct 15. 2:00pm, Photo #2]"
    This photo is added to the Court Record.
    NOTE: The numbering on this photo is important. You'll know why later.
    The day ends. Save your game.
    DAY 2: TRIAL
    It's time for battle.
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 4
    Date: October 18, 10:00am
    Edgeworth will call Gumshoe to the stands. Gumshoe will describe the 
    case briefly to the courts. Nothing that you don't already know of, 
    but hey, the music is cool here. When asked whether you want to 
    listen to the case again, just skip it. After this, the Samurai Spear 
    will be added to the Court Record.
    The security lady will be the next to be called to the stands. You'll 
    finally get to know her full name, and it's Wendy Oldbag. From now 
    on, I'm going to use her name. Ok, her family name.
    She had some errands to run that morning, which was why she only 
    arrived at the guard station at 1:00pm. She was at the main gate 
    until 5:00pm. The murder happens at 2:30pm. The only person who 
    walked passed her at 2:00pm was Will Powers.
    When she talks about running some errands, press her about "what 
    errands". she'll reveal that she was actually "observing Hammer and 
    Powers" go through the action sequences. Continue to press her next 
    two sentences until she begins to lose it. When she's at the sentence 
    where she says "it was Powers!", present the photograph you found at 
    the computer room - the man she has been accusing all day is actually 
    the man in this photo, and in no way did this photo have a clear 
    indication that the man in the costume is Powers.
    Oldbag adds that during the run-through in the morning, Powers 
    broke one of the props, and sprained his ankle pretty badly. In the 
    photo, the Steel Samurai was dragging his leg. This is why she 
    believes that the man in the costume is Powers.
    Press Oldbag (not literally!) when she talks about Powers tripping 
    and falling. She'll reveal that she helped make Powers' ankle better 
    by "kissing it where it hurts". You'll then ask where was Penny when 
    that happened. Oldbag will reply that Penny was most probably 
    cleaning the backdrops, and wouldn't have known about Powers' ankle.
    Press her again about the broken prop. She'll reveal that what was 
    broken was Powers' own Samurai Spear. She'll also mention that she 
    fixed the spear with a duct tape. This detail will be updated to the 
    spear in Court Record.
    When Oldbag talks about Powers' sprained ankle, press her about the 
    condition of the ankle. She'll reply that it wasn't so bad that he 
    couldn't walk around, since he was able to go to his dressing room to 
    rest after lunch.
    The judge will then ask a great question:
    "Where is this Steel Samurai costume now?"
    Amazingly, no one could find it. But Edgeworth will try to smoke the 
    judge into believing that the missing costume is not important, and 
    that it must be Powers in that costume.
    Object the statement now to once again reiterate that nowhere in the 
    photo can you see Will Powers.
    The judge will concur with you, but Edgeworth has something up his 
    Oldbag insists that the only person she saw going to the studios 
    before the time of death at 2:30pm was Powers.
    When she says "the only person I saw then was Will Powers", present 
    the photograph again - on it says "Photo #2", which means that there 
    should be a "Photo #1". The automatic camera takes a picture of 
    everyone who passes to the studios. If it says "#2", surely it must 
    have taken another photograph earlier. This confirms that not one, 
    but two people went to the studios that day.
    Watch her panic, and the regain composure. Get ready for more crap 
    from the oldbag.
    She now claims that she'll go through the photos recorded on the 
    security computer, and throw out any photos that aren't suspicious 
    looking. She now remembers throwing out one photo that day.
    Ask her about the erased photo. She'll reveal that it was one of a 
    "fanboy". She'll then confirm that this "fanboy" was indeed in the 
    area afterall, despite her locking the main gate. Remember the drain 
    at the Employee Area with an opened grate? The fanboy came in through
    there. And the fanboy is a kid, probably of 2nd or 3rd grade.
    NOTE: This fanboy is an important witness. Remember him.
    Watch now as the people around try to "un-suspect" the boy as a 
    The judge will now call for a five-minute break.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 3
    Date: October 18, 11:08am
    Talk to Powers and Maya. The lot of you will decide to push the blame 
    on someone else so as to buy some time, hopefully to last you guys 
    for another day.
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 4
    Date: October 18, 11:13am
    Watch as you claim that there is another person who could've committed 
    the crime. Now, the judge will warn you that the court will not look 
    kindky on accusing the innocent, so pick Wendy Oldbag, since she's 
    the most likely person.
    Watch the explanation, then when given a chance to press further, do 
    it. The result is that Oldbag will become a suspect as well. She'll 
    then claim that the fanboy could well be a suspect too. When asked why 
    you disregard the boy, present the keycard - the boy has no formal 
    relations to the studios, so he couldn't have the key to enter Studio 
    The judge will suspend proceedings on the current trial for today. 
    Court adjourned... and then Oldbag will suddenly want to talk! She now 
    claims that there was something that she was told not 
    to talk about.
    Global Studios, her employer, has wanted her to keep quiet about 
    something. There were actually some other people at the studios on the 
    day of the murder. 
    An amazing twist! Ask her who were these other people, and she'll 
    reveal that the director and the producer were there. The director was 
    in the Employee Area all morning for the run-through. He joined the 
    producer around lunchtime and they had a meeting after that in the 
    Studio Two trailer. 
    Now, take a break when given the chance. You've asked all the 
    questions you need to ask. The court will (finally) be adjourned!
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 3
    Date: October 18, 1:04pm
    Talk to Powers and Maya again, then save your game.
    Scene: Wright & Co. Law Offices
    Date: October 18
    Talk to Maya if you want, but you should know now that she doesn't 
    exactly provide constructive ideas, like Mia. (Oh, how we miss her.)
    Scene: Global Studios, Main Gate
    Date: October 18, 2:16pm
    With Oldbag taken into custody, there's no one at the main gate to 
    greet you. Go the the Employee Area.
    Scene: Global Studios, Employee Area
    Date: October 16
    Penny is here, She tells you that Oldbag has asked her to fill up the 
    drain. She has done just that, but it wasn't exactly convincingly done. 
    She'll then rush off to stand-in for Oldbag at the guard station. Maya 
    will ask you whether she can rip the grate open. Say yes.
    NOTE: If you don't do this, the game will not advance. This is to 
    allow the fanboy to enter the studio again.
    Scene: Global Studios, Main Gate
    Date: October 18
    Go back to the main gate to find Penny there now. Talk to her and 
    she'll say that that the studios seem to be very keen in protecting 
    the producer. 
    Now, go to outside Studio One.
    Scene: Studio One Entrance
    Date: October 18
    Gumshoe won't be here, so it's your chance to sneak past the small 
    path with a fallen tree to Studios Two. Examine the monkey (ok, the 
    mascot) and the fallen tree to confirm that the monkey head and the 
    tree fell the same day as the day of the murder. 
    NOTE: The monkey head is an important clue that pinpoints the 
    identity of the killer down to two people... more about that later.
    Move to "Outisde Studio Two" now.
    Scene: Studio Two Entrance
    Date: October 18
    You'll hear a voice inside the trailer. Before you go to the guard 
    station to borrow a key to open it, examine the area. Of significance
    1. Some flowers on the bottom right of the screen. The fence 
    surrounding them looks dangerous.
    2. The trailer seems to be here for quite a while.
    3. A van is on the left screen. Nothing much on this now.
    4. An incinerator is covered with soot beside the van.
    5. Empty plates on the table suggests that two people ate here. Maya 
    feels that something is odd here.
    NOTE: If you're wondering what's odd, try to remember what were on the 
    plates you found at the Employee Area.
    Scene: Global Studios, Main Gate
    Date: October 18
    Examine the guard station to find the key. Yes, it's there, but Penny 
    won't allow you to take it, as she's afraid that Oldbag will "knock 
    the stuffing out of her if she knew".
    Go to the dressing room again.
    Scene: Global Studios, Dressing Room
    Date: October 18
    Meet "the great Sal Manella" there.  This guy has an array of internet 
    chatroom jargons. He also happens to be the creator of the Steel 
    Samurai. Oogling at Maya will trigger his "creative power", and the 
    idea of "Pink Princess: Warrior of Little Olde Tokyo". Try not to 
    laugh now.
    Talk to him, and ask him about the day of the crime. He says that after 
    the morning run-through, he had a meeting in the Studio Two trailer 
    from noon till after 4:00pm. The producer and some other bigwigs from 
    the network were with him.
    Now, ask him about the producer, Dee Vasquez. He'll tell you that 
    she's the one who saved the studios from the brink of destruction.
    Ask him about the bigwigs next. He'll reveal that these people include 
    the boss of the network, some sponsors, and some production guys. 
    They arrived in a limousine around noon.
    Nothing more that you can get from him, so return to the main gate to 
    try your luck with the key again.
    Scene: Global Studios, Main Gate
    Date: October 18
    Oldbag returns! Apparently, the police asked her to try out a spare 
    Steel Samurai costume, but she's too small to fit into it, which 
    basically rules her out as being the murderer. She'll refuse to talk 
    to you anymore.
    Ask her about the fanboy and the director, et al. if you want, but 
    you'll get nothing out of her. She won't give you the key too, so 
    Scene: Global Studios, Employee Area
    Date: October 18
    Go back to the Employee Area now to find the fruit of ripping Penny's 
    effort to seal the drain. Yes, Cody Hackins, the fanboy, is here.
    Talk to him about the case. He'll reveal that he saw everything that 
    happened. Unfortunately, he won't tell you what. And before you can 
    get hold of him, he'll escape from where he came from - the drain.
    As he made a hurried exit, he'll knock the table and an object will 
    fall from it - an empty bottle. The label on this bottle says 
    "Sleeping Pills". 
    Empty Bottle added to Court Record.
    Scene: Global Studios, Main Gate
    Date: October 18
    Go back to the main gate now, because Cody's appearance means that 
    Oldbag will going after him, giving you the opportunity to "borrow" 
    the key to the trailer at Studio Two.
    Trailer key slipped into your pocket.
    Scene: Studio Two Entrance
    Date: October 18
    Head over here and examine the door to the trailer. The key will now 
    be used to unlock it. Enter.
    Scene: Studio Two Trailer
    Date: October 18
    You'll find the producer, Dee Vasquez, here. A pretty lady, although 
    unceremoniously cool. Talk to her about the crime. Somehow, she won't 
    be bothered to answer your questions. Apparently, she's distracted 
    because she's looking for a script. Looks like you'll have to help 
    her find the script if you want her to talk. She'll pass you a note 
    for Manella, which says: 
    "Bring me the script for Episode 13."
    Scene: Global Studios, Dressing Room
    Date: October 18
    Go back all the way to the dressing room to look for Sal. Present 
    Vasquez's note to him, and he'll panic. Looks like he left the script 
    somewhere, but he wasn't entirely sure where. 
    Let me tell you where to save you the trouble of going around like a 
    headless chicken: Studio One.
    Scene: Studio One 
    Date: October 18
    Remember the director's chair I told you about earlier? Examine it to
    find the script for Episode 13. 
    Go back to the dressing room.
    Scene: Global Studios, Dressing Room
    Date: October 18
    Bugger is too afraid to see Vasquez. He'll ask you to bring it over to 
    her instead. 
    Do so.
    Scene: Studio Two Trailer
    Date: October 18
    Present the script to Vasquez, and she'll start talking. Startling 
    revelation, too.
    She'll start by confirming about the meeting at the trailer at noon 
    on the day of the crime. According to her, however, none of the people 
    present in the trailer that afternoon went to the trailer, because 
    it was impossible for them to leave. The broken monkey head blocked 
    the path from Studio Two to Studio One from 2:15pm, and was only 
    removed at 4:00pm. During this period, the people at Studio Two were 
    unable to leave, let alone to go Studio One at 2:30pm to murder 
    Monkey Head added to Court Record.
    Nothing else to do at the studios. Make your way back to the office.
    Scene: Wright and Co. Law Offices
    Date: October 18
    This is when Mia appeared again. She'll remind you that you still 
    have a lead - the boy, Cody. She encourages you to go back to the 
    studios to look for the boy.
    Scene: Global Studios, Main Gate
    Date: October 18
    Once you're back at the studios, you'll find Oldbag there again. Looks 
    like she has been having a hard time going after Cody. She mentions 
    about a "hostage" that she can use against Cody. Your chance to get 
    Cody on your side.
    Ask her about the "hostage", and she'll tell you that Cody dropped 
    something when he was running away from her. When you ask to take a 
    look at it, she'll blatantly refuse. Now, Mia will mention that there 
    could be something you can trade with her. 
    Talk to her about the director, and she'll mention her wish to visit 
    the place the Hammer died. Remember the cardkey to Studio One that you 
    found in Powers' bag earlier? Present this to her. Apparently, even 
    though she's a security guard, she doesn't have direct access to 
    Studio One. She'll be eternally grateful if you lend the cardkey to 
    her, and in exchange, she'll pass you the "hostage" - a Steel Samurai 
    trading card.
    Now, go to the Employee Are to find Cody again.
    Scene: Global Studios, Employee Area
    Date: October 18
    There he is. He'll, however, run into the dressing room when he sees 
    Give chase.
    Scene: Global Studios, Dressing Room
    Date: October 18
    Watch Mia works her magic. In no time, Cody will like her so much, 
    his attitude towards her will become very positive. He's still pissed 
    with you though, so quickly present the trading card to him.
    After all the hard work, it turns out that he has a double for this 
    "ultra rare card". Now, if you can find him a "really rare" card...
    Scene: Studio Two Trailer
    Date: October 18
    Go back to the trailer to find Penny there. She's here to arrange some 
    stuff. Talk to her to find more revelations - apparently, something 
    happened recently to Hammer, which helped increase his popularity 
    after he went through a slump in his career. Penny wasn't sure whether 
    to tell you about what happened though, so you'll have to go find 
    the right person, again.
    Before you go, however, present the "ultra rare" Steel Samurai card 
    to Penny. Turns out she's a collector! In fact, she's missing one card 
    to reach a complete set. The one you're holding is what she's missing. 
    She'll beg you to trade with her, and hey, she has an "ultra rare 
    Premium card", which Cody wants.
    Why don't you trade with her? Trading is good. I've been trading 
    gashapons with people all over the world for a few years now.
    Scene: Global Studios, Dressing Room
    Date: October 18
    Back to Cody. Present the URP card to him, and you'll never seen him 
    so... eager. 
    Talk to him now. You'll see a 180 degrees change in his attitude. 
    Talk to him about the Steel Samurai reply "his fighting skills". 
    He'll pass his personally prepared "Steel Samurai: Path to Glory" 
    scrap book to Mia, which will be added to the Court Record. This book 
    records photos of the Steel Samurai's victorious moments during live 
    performances. Cody mentions that he always takes a picture when the 
    Steel Samurai lands the final blow.
    NOTE: The above paragraph is important evidence. Take note.
    Now, ask him what happened. Then, press him about what he saw. He 
    replies that he arrived at 2:00pm that day. He had to go through the
    woods so that Oldbag wouldn't see him. He got lost, and was in there 
    for about half an hour or so, until he finally reach the studio. 
    After that, the Steel Samurai killed the bad guy. He got scared and 
    went home after that."
    Now, this statement will definitely put Powers in trouble. As you 
    discussed with Mia about not putting Cody to the stands, Gumshoe, who 
    overheard everything, appears. Cody will be "under police protection" 
    from now.
    So, at the end of all these running around, you ended up with no leads 
    and a serious handicap in court. 
    Nevertheless, save your game and prepare for Day 3.
    DAY 3 - TRIAL
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 1
    Date: october 19, 9:42am
    Go through the conversation, and Mia will tell you that you may have 
    overlooked something. Maybe you can find that during the trial. 
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 4
    Date: october 19, 10:00am
    The first witness that Edgeworth will call upon is Sal Manella. the 
    Manella was at the studios from around 9:00am that morning. He had a 
    meeting in the Studio Two trailer, so he ended up skipping lunch. 
    He was in the meeting until around 4:00pm. During the meeting, he was
    pretty sure no one left their chairs. 
    Press Manella for the earlier sentences to confirm some facts, but 
    as he talks about skipping lunch, press him and he'll say that he 
    ended up eating nothing at all. 
    Mia asks you don't you find this odd. Say "it's contradictory". 
    Remember when you were at the trailer entrance, you saw two empty 
    plates on the table there. Somebody must have eaten lunch there.
    Manella will admit that he did eat afterall, and a t-bone steak at 
    that. According to him, he brought the steak to the trailer, thinking 
    he could eat it later. They took one break during the meeting, and he 
    "wolfed it down then".
    Now, if they took one break during that meeting, that means his 
    testimony is contradictory as well, isn't it? So, when he continues 
    his testimony and says that he's pretty sure no one left their chairs, 
    press him. He'll stupidly say, no, there was no break.
    When given a choice, press harder. He'll then admit that they did take 
    a break afterall. The indication of this cross-examination is that, if 
    they did take a break, one of those people in the trailer could have 
    gone to the studio during that break and killed Hammer.
    Manella now says that even if they took a break, it was only for 15 
    minutes. Not enough time for someone to, say, commit murder in Studio 
    One. Just enough time to eat a t-bone steak, he adds.
    When Manenlla says that they took a break, press him and ask what time 
    did they have the break. He replies, about 2:30pm to 2:45pm. 2:30pm  
    is the time of death. Interesting. It looks entirely possible, time-
    wise, for someone to commit a murder in Studio One and then go back 
    to Studio Two.
    When he says it was only 15 minutes, press him and ask him what was he 
    doing during that break. He'll reply he was eating his lunch. You'll 
    then ask about the two empty plates. He'll reply that the other plate 
    belongs to Vasquez. 
    Next, when he says that there's not enough time for someone to commit 
    a murder, press him again. This time, Edgeworth will object, and the 
    judge will then ask you whether you're suggesting that someone from 
    Studio Two went to kill Hammer in Studio One on the day of the crime.
    Now, you can either say yes, you claim it and claim it loud, or you 
    can agree it's quite impossible. Both choices will lead to Edgeworth 
    presenting the monkey head as an evidence. Remember? The head blocked 
    the path from 2:15pm to 4:00pm. Therefore, when the break commenced at 
    2:30pm, the path to Studio Two was already blocked.
    I'd suggest agreeing that it's impossible, just because selecting you 
    claim it loud will have Edgeworth attacking you like crazy, and 
    leading to you being penalized for not doing your homework. 
    Edgeworth will call for the dismissal of Manella. He'll also claim 
    that he has found a witness to the crime, whom I believe is Cody. The 
    judge will then call a recess. Use this chance to take a break.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 1
    Date: october 19, 11:04am
    Mia appears disoriented. She'll also be quite discouraging when she 
    says that she was wrong with thinking that someone from Studio Two 
    has done it. But you know Powers is innocent, and you're bound to find 
    some evidence to prove it soon. 
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 4
    Date: october 19, 11:15am
    Yes, they're using Cody. Cody's camera will also be added to your 
    Court Record. It's a new digital camera that he always carry, though 
    he's still learning how to use it. It's likely that he had it with 
    him on the day of the crime.
    Cody wanted to see a Steel Samurai rehearsal. He found a map on the 
    Internet, and went to the studios that day. He went through the 
    woods, off the path, so that the old lady wouldn't catch him. He got 
    lost on the way for about 30 minutes. When he arrived at the studio, he 
    saw the Steel Samurai took down the bad guy! If he had his camera with 
    him then, he'd have taken a shot. He went after that.
    I'd suggest pressing him as and when you can. He'll reveal quite a 
    bit of stuff, like how the monkey's head wasn't busted when he was on 
    the way to the studio, etc. Present the digital camera has a 
    contradicting evidence when he says if he had his camera with him 
    then -  he mentioned he carries his camera with him all the time just 
    a moment before his testimony.
    Cody will now admit that he did bring his camera that day, but he 
    didn't any pictures because he was "busy watching". The judge will now 
    ask him to testify about what he was busy watching.
    He admits he has the camera with him, but he couldn't get his eyes off 
    the Steel Samurai taking down his opponents.
    You'll need to press him for more facts. When he says that the bad guy 
    stopped moving, press and ask him how did the Steel Samurai take down 
    his opposite number. Strangely, he wasn't sure. He'll mention a host 
    of attacks, but not the Samurai Spear. Press him harder to reveal that
    Cody may have seen some of the Steel Samurai's fight, but he totally 
    missed the most important part: the killing blow.
    The judge will ask you how could Cody miss the killer blow. Present 
    the camera once more - Cody was trying to take a picture during the 
    critical moment, but wasn't familiar with its operation, so while 
    fidgeting with the camera, he missed the moment.
    Cody will admit now that you're right. Mia is also quite sure that 
    he's hiding more than just this, and she'll ask you to request for 
    Cody to testify once more.
    Welcome to the real world, kid.
    Cody says that when the Steel Samurai escaped from the clutches of 
    the villain, he held up his camera to take a picture. But the lens 
    wouldn't open in time, so he missed it.
    When he says "that's all", press him. It's quite weird that he didn't 
    take a picture at all, even if he did miss the killer blow. When given 
    a choice, press him harder and call a bluff by saying he did take a 
    He'll admit he did take a picture (what's with kids nowadays?). The 
    judge will request him to change his testimony, and he'll say: 
    "I took a few shots, but it was too late, so I erased them."
    Remember the "Path to Glory"? The scrap book that Cody gave you? 
    Present it. Cody specifically said that he always take a shot when the 
    Steel Samurai lands the final blow earlier when he handed you the boo. 
    Why'd he erase the shots he took on the day of the crime, when the Steel 
    Samurai "emerged victorious" again?
    When the judge asks you why is that so, answer "the Steel Samurai didn't 
    win" - it was inconceivable for Cody that the Steel Samurai could be 
    defeated. However, Cody witnessed the impossible. He saw the Steel 
    Samurai lose. Yet, to admit what he saw would destroy everything he 
    believed in. That's why he lied and said the Steel Samurai won. He 
    couldn't handle the truth.
    NOTE: I like this reference to "A Few Good Man". Awesome.
    It is now that Cody will break down. Yes, you're right. The Steel 
    Samurai fell, and then he didn't move. Apparently, you've all made a 
    serious error here. When Edgeworth asks what's this all about, reply 
    "Steel Samurai was the victim". The man who was in the Steel Samurai 
    costume, while being shot by the automatic camera, was Jack Hammer 
    Hammer was present at the action run-through that morning. Thus, he 
    obviously knew about about Will Powers' foot injury. No one saw him 
    going to Studio One, nor was there a picture of him. The only logical 
    explanation is that he was in the costume when he went to the studio.
    It's now that Cody will reveal that he saved a photo in his digicam 
    from that day. It basically shows the Steel Samurai at a studio. It 
    doesn't look decisive, and the judge is about to return it to 
    NOTE: This photo is decisive evidence!
    You're now asked to select the contradiction in the photograph. Yes, 
    when a person is in a photograph, we'll tend to focus on him or her. 
    But the inconsistency is this photo is not on the Steel Samurai, but 
    on his surroundings. Take a look on the top right corner of the photo. 
    Does that look like a "2" to you? Studio Two, not Studio One! Point to 
    the number and present - Studio One is not the scene of the crime, 
    Studio Two is.
    You'll now need to use the touch screen to select the scene of the 
    crime. Point to Studio Two and present. This would coincide with the 
    break time of the ones at Studio Two. That would also render the 
    monkey-head-blocking-the-path theory useless. 
    Next, you'll tell the judge that it's very significant that the murder 
    took place in Studio Two because "the path was blocked" from 2:15pm. 
    Remember Manella's testimony? He said no one in the trailer was guilty 
    because they could not have gone to Studio One. Yet, the reverse was 
    true. Only someone in the trailer could've committed this murder. They 
    were the only ones with access to the scene of the crime: Studio Two.
    1. Scene of crime = Studio Two
    2. Steel Samurai that Oldbag saw = Jack Hammer
    3. Manella and Vasquez were at Studio Two
    I think you can now relate. 
    Edgeworth will ask you whether you've proof to show that the Steel 
    Samurai in the photo is Hammer, and not Powers. Say you've, and 
    present the empty bottle that says "Sleeping Pills" - Powers spent the 
    entire afternoon sleeping on that day, because he was drugged by 
    Still, the judge will say that there's no proof for your claims. True, 
    so tell him to fingerprint the bottle. If Hammer did use the drug to, 
    er, drug Powers, the bottle will have his prints. The bottle will then 
    be handed over to the judge.
    The court will now suspend proceedings on the current trail for 
    today. The judge will hand you some "homework:
    1. Why would Hammer steal the Steel Samurai costume?
    2. Who killed him, and why?
    Court is now adjourned.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 1
    Date: october 19, 2:47pm
    The usual conversation. Save your game. 
    When will this end?
    Scene: Wright and Co. Law Offices
    Date: October 19, 3:27pm
    Maya is back. You'll reveal that you've a good idea who did it, but 
    you're still lacking proof, and motive. Talk to Maya when you get the 
    chance to fill her on what happened earlier, and she'll suggest you 
    visit Powers again.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitors' Room
    Date: October 19
    Ask Powers about Vasquez. He'll tell you things that you've heard 
    before, about how she is the star of the studio, etc. But he'll also 
    bring up something unusual, about some rumors, but he's not willing to 
    share at the moment.
    Now, ask him about Manella. He'll mention that Manella will be at her 
    beck and call of Vasquez, and will do anything she says.
    Ask about Hammer next. It'll be revealed that Hammer's popularity 
    began to take a dip when Vasquez joined Global Studios five years ago. 
    Time to go back to the studio again.
    Scene: Global Studios, Main Gate
    Date: October 19
    Meet Oldbag there again. She seems to be very quiet today. Ask her 
    about the producer. It appears that she doesn't really like the 
    producer, but she was told not to talk about her.
    Now, ask about Manella. She mentions that Vasquez treats him like 
    dirt, but he likes it. 
    Ask about Hammer next. She'll get really pissed because of what you 
    revealed in court today. Run!
    Scene: Global Studios, Employee Area
    Date: October 19
    Gumshoe will be here, examining the plates for traces of sleeping 
    drugs. Ask him about the plate. He'll do a test right away, and 
    confirmed that there were sleeping pills on the steak plate. The 
    plate will be added to the Court Record.
    Ask about the investigation next. He's now quite sure that he has no 
    case against Powers. Talk to him about Edgeworth as well, and find 
    that Edgeworth had just crushed a paper cup with hot coffee in it. 
    Heh heh. 
    Oh, and the bottle of sleeping pills you passed to the judge? 
    They found Hammer's prints on it. So, yes, the one who put Powers to 
    sleep as none other than... the victim.
    You'll get the sleeping pill bottle back in the Court Record.
    Scene: Global Studios, Dressing Room
    Date: October 19
    Go to the dressing room to find Penny. Talk to her about Hammer. 
    She'll mention about a rumor. It seems that Vasquez has some kind of 
    hold on Hammer, and he'd do anything she said.
    According to Penny, about five years ago, they were filming a movie 
    starring Hammer. They were using Studio Two, which was a new studio 
    then. Some sort of accident happened during filming. After that, they 
    never used Studio Two again. They left the film set the way it was, 
    Now, ask Penny about the last episode of Steel Samurai. Apparently, 
    Global Studios will not be making kids' shows anymore. Continue 
    asking her about the studio's policy. It appears that the Steel 
    Samurai incident has left a bad taste in the mouths of the bigwigs, 
    and they wanted to forget about all this.  You'll then be asked to 
    present something to Penny to show her that the kids will feel bad if 
    Steel Samurai is no more. Present the "Path to Glory".
    This will lead to a revelation about the accident that happened five 
    years ago. Ask Penny about it now. It seems that someone died during 
    that accident, and it was Hammer's fault. Vasquez managed to hush the 
    issue up, which was why Hammer would do anything that Vasquez said. 
    Penny also mentioned that Oldbag has more information about the
    accident because she was at the studios back then.
    Back to the main gate, then.
    Scene: Global Studios, Main Gate
    Date: October 19
    Ask Oldbag about five years ago, and she'll go berserk (again). She's 
    still pissed with you claiming that Hammer stole the costume. Show 
    her the proof - the sleeping pills bottle with Hammer's prints. She'll 
    then ask you whether you've proof that he used those pills on Powers. 
    Present the empty plate that showed traces of sleeping pills. She'll 
    now talk about the accident.
    She'll then present a photograph... a photo of the trailer at Studio 
    Two, of how Hammer accidentally killed his co-actor. Hammer was 
    supposed to fight with a bad guy on the top of those stairs. He pushed 
    the other actor, and the man fell onto the flowerbox fence.
    This give-year-old photo will be added to your Court Record.
    Time to go to the trailer.
    Scene: Studio Two Entrance
    Date: October 19
    You'll find Vasquez here. She's "watching the clouds". Try talking to 
    her about everything you can talk to, and she won't be bothered, as 
    usual. Present the five-year-old photo to her, and she'll finally show 
    some interest. She'll invite you into the trailer to "talk".
    If you want, you can also examine the empty plates again. Maya will 
    have the "odd feeling" once again, but she isn't sure what it's about, 
    NOTE: These empty plates are decisive evidences.
    Scene: Studio Two Trailer
    Date: October 19
    Suddenly, Vasquez will be in a mood to talk. She claims that the 
    Hammer incident that happened five years ago wasn't an accident at 
    all. Hammer had deliberately killed his co-actor. She deduced that if 
    it was merely an accident, she'd never have the opportunity to run his 
    life for five years. 
    Now, she'll demand that you hand over the five-year-old photo. Check 
    out those mafia guys with her! She's hell bent on "erasing" both 
    Maya and you... until Gumshoe stepped in! You'll feel really sorry for 
    what you've did to him in Episode Two now, really. She'll be taken 
    back to the precinct by him, and this means you'll have to face her 
    in court tomorrow. 
    You're pretty sure now that Dee Vasquez is the murderer. I'm sure you 
    know the motive now. No? Ok, save your game and read on.
    DAY 4 - TRIAL
    Last day of the proceedings. Go for it, Phoenix!
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 4
    Date: October 20, 10:00am
    Vasquez will be called to the stands. It's time to catch her with her 
    pants down... so to speak.
    She entered the trailer a little before noon. The meeting began at 
    12:00pm sharp, and ended at 4:00pm. At 2:30om, they took a 15-minute 
    break from the meeting. Sal and her ate t-bone steaks on the table in 
    front of the trailer. They found Hammer's body later, when they went 
    to Studio One for the rehearsal. She was fatigued then, so she asked 
    Manella to take her there.
    The judge will help you a little about the "fatigued" statement. It 
    seems that Manella took her to Studio One by the van at Studio Two. 
    She explained also that it might be risky to walk with that monkey's 
    head toppling over. The van will be added into the Court Record. 
    As usual, if you want, you can press every statement that she said, 
    and watch the hilarious conversations that unfold, but the one that 
    you should pay particular attention to is the one when she says she 
    ate the t-bone steaks. Present the steak plate with the t-bone - she 
    said she ate the t-bone steak, but as seen on the plate found at the 
    Employee Area, a large bone was left behind. The plates found outside 
    the trailer, where Vasquez and Manella claimed they had lunch at, 
    were totally empty. How can a person eat a t-bone steak and not leave 
    the bone?
    Select how now from the following choices (I simply must show this 
    because it's funny):
    1. You ate the bone, too!
    2. You ate a boneless steak!
    3. You didn't eat the steak!
    Choose "you ate the bone, too!", no, I mean, "you didn't eat the 
    Vasquez took the steak and threw it somewhere, most probably into the
    The judge will ask you if she wasn't eating her steak, where was she 
    during the break. Reply "meeting the Steel Samurai".
    Vasquez will welcome your challenge. From now on, it's truly a 
    battle of wits. Her following testimonies are not easy to break, so 
    be careful not to present the wrong items lest you get penalised. 
    She'll bring your attention to the murder weapon again? She asks how 
    could she, a woman of petite stature, possibly use the spear as a 
    weapon possibly use the spear as a weapon.
    Select "I think you could.". 
    She'll reply that Hammer was stabbed from the front, which means he 
    must have noticed the presence of the murderer. She's weaker and 
    slower than Hammer, and couldn't possibly win such a fight. She also 
    emphasizes the fact that she didn't have the spear - the photograph of 
    the Steel Samurai shows that Hammer himself was holding it. 
    Now, you'll automatically "take back your previous claim", and get 
    yourself penalised. No choice on this one, but what follows is 
    important - you'll claim that the Samurai Spear was not the murder 
    NOTE: Webapprentice wrote that you CAN avoid being penalised. Here's 
    how to do it - when asked how how she possible use the spear as the 
    weapon, select "You couldn't have." You'll then admit that Dee 
    couldn't lift the spear easily, but then explains that this is 
    irrelevant, because the spear is not the murder weapon. You'll then 
    be asked to explain why.
    Present the Samurai Spear - the spear broke during the run-through in 
    the morning. But Oldbag fixed it with duct tape. With the spear 
    already weakened, it's impossible for anyone to use the spear to stab 
    through the thick Steel Samurai costume. 
    Vasquez will reply and ask you what's the murder weapon then. I think 
    you should know by now. Remember the five-year-old photo that she 
    tried to take back from you? Think about why she did that. Select 
    "I can tell you", then present the five-year-old photo to shock the 
    court and everything else in it.
    The photo shows Hammer's co-actor being killed by the sharp flowers 
    fencepost. Yes, the fence was the weapon. A mere push from the top of 
    the stairs would be enough to send someone falling down, and having 
    his or her chest stabbed like a spear.
    More rebuttals from her. This time, she'll argue the fact that the 
    body was found at Studio One, and in the Evil Magistrate costume. 
    She wouldn't have time to kill Hammer, dress him up in the costume, 
    and move his body to Studio One in the space of 15 minutes.
    Select "she had another way", and for that matter, there was no need 
    for her to do the deed in 15 minutes. Present the van now - Vasquez
    didn't carried the body to Studio One by hand. She used the studio van 
    to do it. 
    And she did it between 4:00pm and 5:00pm - she mentioned that Manella 
    took her because she was fatigued. It was during this moment that he 
    drove her to Studio One to dispose the body, and helped her with the 
    changing of costume on Hammer's body. When asked whether you're 
    suggesting that Manella was a conspirator, say "of course he was". 
    In fact, they also disposed the Steel Samurai costume by burning it 
    in the incinerator outside Trailer Two.
    She'll concede defeat, BUT, will not admit to the crime because you've 
    no decisive proof. Ask her to testify again. Watch now as Edgeworth 
    helps you out in forcing her to testify. It seems that Edgeworth is 
    now convinced that she did it, and he'd want her behind bars as much 
    as you do. He'll ask her to talk about what happened after they 
    allegedly "found" Hammer's body.
    She was with Manella and Oldbag when they found the body. Penny was 
    there too. Only Powers was absent. She immediately called the police. 
    Then Powers showed up. Oldbag claimed that Powers did it, and he was 
    arrested. Vasquez then I went back to the trailer to get her script 
    and direction notes, and went home after that.
    Press every sentence for more juices, than press even harder for even 
    more juices if required. When she says she went back to the trailer to 
    get her script, press her and she'll say she was under the impression 
    that a rehearsal won't be going on since there was a murder going on, 
    so she didn't bring her script and note. This is when Edgeworth will 
    object her on your behalf - she said she didn't bring the script because 
    there wouldn't be a rehearsal, which means that she'd have had known 
    about the murder before going to Studio One.
    Vasquez will reply that it was because she knew that Hammer was 
    injured and couldn't do action scenes, which was why she left her 
    notes behind.
    Press this statement and asked her how did she know about the injury. 
    She appears a little shock, but quickly regained composure by saying 
    Manella told her about it. Present the photo of Hammer in the Steel 
    Samurai costume now - it was Powers, not Hammer who was injured! 
    Now, tell her that she knew Hammer was injured because "she saw Hammer 
    limping". Watch the explanation that follows.
    Vasquez is one persistent killer. She'll argue that she has no motive 
    to kill Hammer. In fact, since she has been squeezing money out of 
    Hammer for years, killing him will actually reduce her, er, income. 
    The judge will concur and ask you whether you know her motive. Well, 
    of course you do. Let me first ask you: Why did he steal the Steel 
    Samurai costume? To cover his identity, obviously. And why did he has 
    to cover his identity? Could it be because he wanted to KILL SOMEONE 
    WITH THE IDENTITY OF STEEL SAMURAI? Now, with that in mind, why did he 
    go to Studio Two? Because the person he wanted to kill was there. 
    Who, at Studio Two, was he most likely to kill? Vasquez, of course, 
    the woman who has been tormenting him for years! Now consider this: 
    What if he wasn't successful in the attempt? What if, out of self 
    defense, Vasquez pushed him down the stairs, leading to his death?
    This, my friend, is the truth.
    Select "she has no motive", because the person who was out for blood 
    was Hammer, not her. Then, present the five-year-old photograph when 
    asked to prove this, to explain the entire situation.
    At the end of all this, Vasquez will finally admit defeat, and confess 
    to the crime. Out of self defense, she has accidentally killed Jack 
    Hammer. The rest, as revealed earlier, was history.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 3
    Date: October 20, 2:47pm
    Go through the conversation as usual, and when Powers ask you why did 
    Hammer frame him for murder, present the Steel Samurai photograph to 
    tell him that Hammer is jealous. Edgeworth will also appear to reveal 
    more startling, er, revelation about the past between you and him. 
    Apparently, you two seem to be good friends during your younger days.
    Save the game when you can. Finally! A long episode down the drain!
    Two more to go!
    1. Maya Fey: Your trusty sidekick/ partner. A spirit medium with 
    inconsistent powers.
    2. Miles Edgeworth: You know him, and he's the defendant this time.
    3. Dick Gumshoe: You know him too.
    4. Lotta Hart: Claims to be a research student. She camped out to 
    photograph shooting stars.
    5. Larry Butz: Your friend. Hotdog salesman now.
    6. Marvin Grossberg: Veteran defense attorney. 
    7. Robert Hammond: The victim. Used to be a lawyer in Grossberg's 
    office. The defense attorney of the DL-6 Incident.
    8. Misty Fey: Mia's and Maya's mother, and a spirit medium. 
    Disappeared after the DL-6 Incident.
    9. Gregory Edgeworth: Miles' father. A famous defense attorney in 
    his days. Murder victim of the DL-6 Incident.
    10. Manfred von Karma: Veteran prosecutor who hasn't lost a case in 
    his 40-year career. Edgeworth's mentor.
    11. Yanni Yogi: Caretaker of the boat rental shop at Gourd Lake Park. 
    Suspect in the DL-6 Incident from 15 years ago. 
    12. Polly the Parrot: A witness in the trial.
    13. The Judge: Yes, him again.
    As the episode begins, watch the cut-scene of two person talking on a 
    boat. One of them will kill the other. As the scene unfolds, be very 
    surprised to find that Prosecutor Miles Edgeworth is the killer!
    Scene: Wright and Co. Law Offices
    Date: December 25, 10:08am
    We wish you a Merry Christmas! Let's begin.
    Go through the usual conversation to find out a murder that happened 
    at the Gourd Lake. A suspect has been identified, and he's none other 
    that Edgeworth. Looks like you'll have to defend him this time round.
    NOTE: Also note the news about "Gourdy", supposedly a "monster" that 
    has recently appeared in that area.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitor's Room
    Date: December 25
    Talk to Edgeworth to find out more about the case:
    1. The murder took place at Gourd Lake late last night.
    2. Edgeworth was at Gourd Lake, which is very far away from his home 
    and office, because he wanted to see Gourdy.
    I think he isn't very truthful with the second one.
    Present your attorney's badge to him now. Tell him to let you defend 
    him. He'll laugh it off and say that you're too inexperienced to 
    handle a case like this. He specifically asks you to stay out of this 
    After you present the badge, you can ask him whether did he do it. 
    He refuses to reveal anything, but once again, he'll ask you to stay 
    out of this case. He also mentions that no attorney has agreed to 
    help defend him, yet he doesn't want you.
    Go to Gourd Lake Entrance now.
    Scene: Gourd Lake Park, Entrance
    Date: December 25
    As usual, scene of crime = Gumshoe. Talk to him to find out that:
    1. The crime happened at about 15 minutes after midnight last night 
    (which makes it this morning, actually).
    2. There was a boat out on Gourd Lake. In that boat were two men. One 
    of those men shot the other with a pistol. Apparently, the shooter was 
    3. Edgeworth was arrested on the spot. 
    4. There was a witness to the crime, who called the police.
    5. The police are sure that Edgeworth did it, so they're not really 
    serious in their investigation.
    6. The witness's identity is confidential, at the moment. As usual.
    Ask him about "defense request". Strangely, Gumshoe will reveal that 
    Edgeworth has very high regards for you after the Steel Samurai case. 
    After some talking, someone will tell Gumshoe about an investigation 
    briefing. Before he leaves, ask him for the autopsy report. Sadly, 
    it isn't ready yet. Damn those CSIs.
    Gumshoe will give you directions to the police station though, so you 
    can go there to look for him if you need. You'll also gain access to 
    the park now.
    Scene: Gourd Lake Public Beach
    Date: December 25
    Examine this area. On one of the benches, you'll find a popper. When 
    Maya asks whether she can take it, agree to it and it'll be added to 
    the Court Record. 
    There's a stall selling "Samurai Dogs" here, but it's closed.
    There's a also a signpost just beside the tree on the left. It says:
    "Left - Boat Docks, Right - Exit".
    Go to "Gourd Lake woods".
    Scene: Gourd Lake Woods
    Date: December 25
    You'll find someone camping here. Examine the area to find a signpost 
    that says: "No camping." Strange that people are camping here. 
    The camera on the left section of this place is a sound-activated 
    camera. Maya will use the popper to test the camera, and it'll start 
    taking photographs. This will alert the camper.
    NOTE: Popper used and discarded.
    Present your badge to her to introduce yourself. She'll give you to 
    the permission to ask her questions about the case. 
    Talk to this lady. Her name is Lotta Hart. She's here photographing 
    meteor showers for a research project. She's a research student at 
    Country U. She started camping here about three days ago. About the 
    case, she mentioned she might've seen a boat last night, but she 
    wasn't sure, since she has been here for a few days, and has seen 
    many boats.
    Ask about the camera. She confirms that the camera is programmed to 
    pick up loud noises now, and will respond by taking pictures. This 
    camera will be added to the Court Record.
    Present this camera back to Lotta - it responds to loud nosies, and a 
    pistol shot is a loud noise. Maybe it took a photo? She'll check the 
    film inside her SUV. Come back later for her. 
    Make a move to the boat rental shop now if you want, but there isn't 
    anything there of note, for now. So, go to the CAD instead.
    Scene: Police Department, Criminal Affairs
    Date: December 25
    Gumshoe is just out from his meeting. Talk to him. They still can't 
    ID the victim, unfortunately. But he does have the autopsy report for 
    you. It says:
    Time of death: sometime of the 24th or 25th
    Cause of death: one bullet shot to the heart
    The photo of the victim will be unveiled now. Strangely, Maya feels 
    that she has met him somewhere a long time ago. Nothing more about 
    this now, so don't bother. 
    Go back to the woods for Lotta.
    Scene: Gourd Lake Woods
    Date: December 25
    Lotta's camera took two pictures last night. The first photo shows the 
    boat with two persons on it. The right person is holding what looks 
    like a pistol. The distance is too far away to tell who's shooting 
    NOTE: She didn't show the second photo. Don't worry, you'll get to see 
    it eventually.
    Lotta now claims she saw the murder. Looks like she'll become a witness. 
    Whether you ask her to tell the cops or not, she'll decide to do so. And 
    because of that, she'll refuse to tell you what she saw last night. You 
    can have the photo though.
    Go to the beach again now.
    Scene: Gourd Lake Public Beach
    Date: December 25
    A man in Santa's costume appears out of nowhere... oh wait, he's 
    actually Larry in disguise. Remember Larry? You cleared his name in 
    your first ever case earlier. He's the guy selling "Samurai Dogs" at the
    hotdog stand at the beach.
    Talk to Larry about the Samurai Dogs. This will open up a further 
    conversation about Gourdy the lake monster. Larry will show you a 
    newspaper article about Gourdy. The article has a picture of something 
    like a monster's head in the lake. The person who took the picture 
    mentioned that he heard a sound like an explosion after setting his 
    camera, followed by the sound of something slipping into the water. 
    Newspaper article added to Court Record.
    Ask Larry about what happened last night. This will reveal that 
    Edgeworth, like Larry, was your classmate in grade school. Talk about 
    Edgeworth now. It seems that Edgeworth's father was a famous defense 
    lawyer. Funny how Edgeworth, who aspired to be like his father, became 
    a prosecuting attorney.
    Leave him now and return to the office.
    Scene: Wright and Co. Law Offices
    Date: December 25
    Maya will say that she has a strange feeling about something. She'll 
    ask for the autopsy report. Then suddenly, she'll remember the who 
    the victim is. He's a lawyer who worked at Grossberg's office before, 
    where Mia used to work. 
    Go to Grossberg's office now.
    Scene: Grossberg Law Offices
    Date: December 25
    You noticed that the painting of his love is still missing, despite 
    you taking Redd White to his task. He tells you that since White 
    didn't exactly steal it from him, he can't take it back.
    Now, ask him about the murder last night. He haven't heard about it 
    at all because he just woke up. Present the autopsy report to him, and 
    he'll remember that yes, the victim worked in his office before. His 
    name is Robert Hammond.
    Talk about Hammmond, and Grossberg will tell you that Hammond was the 
    defense attorney of the DL-6 Incident. Yes, Mia's mother's case.
    Ask him about the case. It happened 15 years ago. They never caught 
    the criminal. Misty Fey contacted the spirit of the victim, and her 
    statement pointed towards a suspect. But Hammond won the case, and the 
    suspect was declared innocent.
    It's also revealed that the DL-6 Incident also has everything to do 
    with Edgeworth. The victim in the DL-6 Incident was none other than 
    his father, Gregory Edgeworth. Grossberg will then encourage you to 
    talk to Edgeworth for more details if you want to know more. He'll 
    hand you a photo of Misty Fey. This is the same photo you found in his 
    office during Episode Two, the one which says "DL-6 Incident - Exhibit 
    A" on its back.
    Time to go back to the Detention Center.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitor's Room
    Date: December 25
    Present Misty Fey's photo, and Edgeworth will say that he didn't 
    want you to find out about the DL-6 Incident, which was why he refused 
    your offer to defend him. With you finding out about the incident, 
    he now feels that he has nothing to hide.
    Talk to him about the DL-6 Incident. He confirms that this case 
    involves his father's death. His father was shot dead, right before 
    his eyes. A suspect was arrested soon after. It was obvious that he 
    was the only one who could've done it. Misty Fey confirmed the same 
    idea. It was then that Robert Hammond cleared the suspect's name. 
    Now, the DL-6 Incident happend 15 years ago, or, to be exact, on 
    December 28. The statute of limitations on the case runs out in three 
    NOTE: The statute of limitations is a limitation of the number of 
    years that the police can take to apprehend a criminal. Murder happens 
    to have a limitation of 15 years, which means that, if a murder 
    suspect manages to evade arrest for more than 15 years, even if it's 
    only by a minute, he or she can never be charged under the offence, 
    even if decisive evidence is eventually presented then.
    Ask about the suspect. Edgeworth doesn't know where he's now, and 
    mentions that if he's still alive, he'd be about 50 years old now. 
    Now ask about his father, but he's not willing to talk about this 
    Present Lotta's photo to him now, and he'll tell you that he didn't 
    kill Hammond. He'll eventually ask you to defend him. Say yes. He'll 
    give you a letter of request. Bring it to the CAD now... but wait, an 
    earthquake occurs almost immediately, but subsides after a few 
    Notice that Edgeworth is now curling like a ball on the ground. He 
    seems to have a really bad fear of earthquakes.
    Ok, now go to the CAD.
    Scene: Police Department, Criminal Affairs
    Date: December 25
    Talk to Gumshoe. He'll tell you that Lotta claims she saw Edgeworth 
    fired the pistol. She even had a photograph to prove it. Although the 
    photo is too small to tell the persons on the boat, Lotta says that 
    she'll be enlarging it for a clearer view.  You'll also get to know 
    that the mysterious first witness who, er, witnessed the incident, has 
    decided not to testify after all. 
    Present Edgeworth's letter of request now. All set and done. Gumshoe 
    will prepare the documents right away, and you'll be in court the 
    next day. 
    Great. First day done.
    DAY 2: TRIAL
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: December 26, 9:44am
    Edgeworth will inform you that Manfred von Karma will be the 
    prosecutor today. Apparently he's "the best", and hasn't lost a case 
    in his 40-year career. He'll do anything to get a guilty verdict. He 
    also happens to be Edgeworth's mentor.
    Anyhow, let's get into court and begin.
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 3
    Date: December 26, 10:00am
    Gumshoe's first to go. He presents a map to explain the case. The 
    murder happened late Christmas Eve, around midnight. There was a boat 
    in the very middle of the lake. There were two men on the boat. A 
    woman happened to be camping on the edge of the lake. At 12:10am, she 
    heard two pistol shots. Then the boat started to move. It went towards 
    the boat rental shop. 
    The Overhead Map that Gumshoe used to present the cap will be added to 
    the Court Record.
    Gumshoe mentions that a man called the police at about 12:30am. They 
    headed to the scene of crime ASAP, and found Edgeworth there. He 
    didn't suspect him of anything, but a body was found the next morning 
    in the lake, so he had to arrest Edgeworth.
    I know you'll feel bad doing this, but you'll have to press Gumshoe. 
    Karma is very, very good though, and he'll object you regularly, 
    making it hard for you to concentrate. 
    When Gumshoe mentions about the body, ask whether did he find any 
    clues on the body. He'll reply that a single bullet was recovered. 
    The victim was shot through the heart fatally. He'll submit the bullet 
    as an evidence, and as usual, this goes into your Court Record. 
    Next, when Gumshoe says he has to arrest Edgeworth, ask him why. He 
    replies that the found the murder weapon in the boat. He'll present 
    the pistol as an evidence. This will force him to revise his testimony 
    too, and he'll now say that the murder weapon found on the boat is 
    decisive evidence.
    Press this sentence, and ask why was it a decisive evidence. He'll 
    say that there were fingerprints on the pistol. They were prints of 
    Edgeworth's right hand. The pistol will now go into the Court Record 
    as well.  Strangely, if you look at the description of it in the 
    record, it says it was "fired three times".
    Anyway, Karma will ask whether the bullet found in the victim's body 
    matches the pistol. Gumshoe will reply that the ballistic markings on 
    the bullet match the pistol. Watch now as the meaning of "ballistic 
    markings" is explained.
    Karma will now summarise his position: Since the bullet found on the 
    victim is fired from the pistol, and the pistol bears Edgeworth's 
    fingerprints, it's obvious that Edgeworth is the murderer.
    The judge will almost declare the verdict at this point, but I think 
    Karma still wants to toy with you, so he'll want to summon Lotta to 
    the stands. He'll give you a breather though by calling for a break.
    And you thought only the judge can grant a recess.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: December 26, 11:09am
    Talk to Edgeworth. He confirms that it was him in the boat. But he 
    urges you to believe him, that he didn't shoot the victim. He heard a 
    gunshot from very close by, and then the victim fell from the boat. 
    Edgeworth thought, at that time, that the victim had shot himself.
    Then, as Maya finds herself useless and wants to leave, ask her to 
    Back to court again.
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 3
    Date: December 26, 10:00am
    Lotta takes the stands. 
    It was Christmas Eve, after midnight. Lotta was in her car when she 
    heard a "bang" coming up from the lake. When she looked out, she saw 
    two gents in a boat. Then, there was another bang. There wasn't 
    anything else on the lake but that boat.
    It's now that Karma interrupts her and asks her to present the photo 
    as an evidence.
    The judge will now say that the evidence presented so far as decisive, 
    and he has very little doubt about this case. He'll now pass his 
    decision... until you intervene.
    You can cross-examine Lotta now, but if you fail to find anything 
    contradictory, you'll be held in contempt of court. When Maya asks 
    you do you think Lotta's testimony is contradictory, say yes.
    Press Lotta on her statements, and be prepared to get a lot of 
    objections from Karma. As the cross-examination comes to an end, 
    you'll still find no contradiction. Karma will force the judge to hold 
    you for contempt of court. This is where Maya steps in and gives Lotta 
    a blasting. Lotta will retaliate by saying that she clearly saw 
    Edgeworth. At the end of the whole commotion, the judge will ask the 
    guard to escort you out of the courtroom. Now, Karma will rub salt 
    into wound and ask you isn't it that what stands between Edgeworth and 
    his conviction merely the passing of the sentence?
    Say "no" - Lotta said she clearly saw Edgeworth, but that was not in 
    the testimony. That changes her testimony, and you've a right to 
    cross-examine her again. This is when the judge finally shows some 
    balls, and allow you to cross-examine Lotta again. Maya will have to 
    leave the court for her outburst though.
    Lotta claims that she saw it as clear as day, that the man on the boat 
    was Edgeworth.
    Present the photo that Lotta gave you earlier - there was something 
    that's quite clearly visible in the photo. The fog. This photo was 
    taken with professional, high quality film, yet even it couldn't 
    capture the faces of the men on the boat. How could Lotta have seen 
    Edgeworth cleary from the distance between her car and the boat?
    She now adds another testimony.
    It was a cold and foggy night, so once Lotta finished the setting up 
    of her camera, she got back into the car. She brought her binoculars 
    with her. When she heard the noise, she looked with her binoculars. 
    When she talks about bringing her binoculars, press her and ask why 
    was she bringing a binoculars, when she'd need a telescope to see the 
    shooting stars she was intending to, er, see. You'll raise a doubt 
    about her camera too. You'll be asked whether you want to press 
    further about the camera. Do so. Lotta will testify that the camera 
    was set up to take pictures of meteor showers.
    Present the camera now - if the camera was set up to take of meteor 
    showers, why was it facing the lake?
    Point out to the judge that the camera was set up to "show evidence".
    You'll then be required to present an evidence to tell the judge what 
    was Lotta trying to photograph. Present the newspaper article on 
    Gourdy - she was trying to take pictures of Gourdy all the while. 
    Lotta will ask you for proof, Present the camera again - her camera 
    was set up to take photos in response of loud noises, which was why 
    the photograph of the boat was taken when a pistol was fired. The 
    newspaper article mentioned that a loud noise was heard before the 
    appearance of Gourdy. That's why Lotta set her camera to respond to 
    loud noises.
    Unfortunately, that doesn't change what Lotta claimed that she saw. 
    You know that's not true though, or Karma wouldn't have try to get 
    Lotta to cover up about the Gourdy issue.
    Lotta is not a research student at the university. She's an 
    investigative photographer. Imagine what a scoop it'd be if she got a 
    picture of Gourdy. That's why she was camping out by the lake. She 
    claims that's all she was hiding. When she heard the "bang", she 
    looked right straight out at that lake. There wasn't much else to look 
    at, so she just watched the boat the whole time. Then she was a flash, 
    near one of the men's hand, and she heard another gunshot. She was 
    looking right at that boat, the whole time.
    Karma tries to stop you from cross-examining, but you'll object to 
    his objection (yay!). 
    When she says there wasn't much else to look at, present the newspaper 
    article - any normal person would've notice the boat, but for Lotta, 
    who was looking out for Gourdy, a loud bang would surely have her 
    scanning the lake for any signs of the monster. She wouldn't have 
    given the boat a second thought.
    Moreoever, she testified earlier that she was watching the boat 
    through binoculars. Well, she wouldn't see binoculars to watch the 
    boat. She needed them, however, to search for Gourdy.
    So, there, she wasn't watching the boat afterall. She'll admit that 
    she got kinda excited because she has the chance to become a witness 
    of a murder. This girl wasted the last hour or so of your time playing 
    this game because she quite like the idea of becoming a witness.
    Now, Lotta will say she took the photo and... before Karma steps in 
    and stop her from talking. Remember Gumshoe told you earlier at the 
    CAD that Lotta intended to enlarge the photo? Yes, she enlarged the 
    photo. But why didn't Karma let her show it? The answer is obvious - 
    the enlarged photo shows something bad for Karma.
    Make Lotta show the enlarged photo. Lotta will reveal that Karma told 
    her not to show the enlargement in court. Aha! She'll show it, and 
    you'll find that you still can't see who's firing. The enlarged lake 
    photo will be added to the Court Record.
    One thing is for sure though - I hope you discover it - the photo 
    shows that the person who was firing the pistol was holding it with 
    his left hand. Remember the fingerprints found on the pistol? It was 
    of Edgeworth's right hand.
    So, when given the chance to show your observation, do it by 
    "objecting to the enlargement". You'll now be asked to identify the 
    area of contradiction on the photo. Point to the left hand of the 
    man who fired the pistol, and present.
    Now, present the pistol. 
    This will lead to Karma asking you who shot the victim. Remember what 
    Edgeworth told you earlier? Say "the victim himself" - the only 
    logical explanation is that the victim has committed suicide.
    Karma will object to the suggestion of suicide - an examination to the 
    victim's wound reveals the distance at which he was shot. He was 
    clearly shot from further than a distance away. Now, that'd rule out 
    sucide, wouldn't it? This new information will be updated into the 
    autopsy report. 
    The judge will decide to suspend the trial so that both Karma and you 
    can do further investigations. It has been a long day in court, but it 
    has been all worthwhile. You still live to fight another day.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: December 26, 1:15pm
    Talk to Edgeworth to finish this mandatory part. 
    You'll also get Lotta's Deposition into your Court Record - she didn't 
    see the shooter, so the remaining point of note is about the bang she 
    heard before the shooting.
    Save your game.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitor's Room
    Date: December 26
    Maya is in detention again after her outburst in court. Talk to her 
    and you'll be glad to know that Gumshoe has decided to let her go 
    after questioning, considering this is her first offense. But you'll 
    have to get bail money (duh!) though.
    Go to the CAD now.
    Scene: Police Department, Criminal Affairs
    Date: December 26
    Gumshow is not here today, as he's at the crime scene. You'll get to 
    know that he got into a fight with his chief for "not following 
    Go to the woods now.
    Scene: Gourd Lake Woods
    Date: December 26
    Gumshoe is here. Talk to him, and you'll find that Karma will be 
    bringing in another witness. That'd be the mysterious man who made the 
    call to the police, but didn't testify today.
    Find out more about Edgeworth if you want, about why he became a 
    prosecutor instead of a defense attorney like his father, and why he 
    was afraid of earthquakes. 
    Talk to him about Maya now, and he'll promise to go back to the 
    station and let her go ASAP. Be happy that Edgeworth is paying for the 
    bail too, heh!
    Go back to the detention center now.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitor's Room
    Date: December 26
    Pick Maya up and leave.
    Go back to Gourd Lake Entrace now.
    Scene: Gourd Lake Park, Entrance
    Date: December 26
    You'll meet Lotta here. She wants to make it up to you for lying in 
    court. Talk to her about "making it up", and she'll have a new clue 
    for you, which Karma didn't want her to tell. She wants a trade with 
    you though. Accept the deal. You'll now have to find Gourdy, or at 
    least, evidence that Gourdy doesn't exist at all, to exchange for the 
    information she has about the case.
    Go to the beach now.
    Scene: Gourd Lake Public Beach
    Date: December 26
    When you reach here, you'll find that the beach area has changed. 
    A large, er, something of the Steel Samurai is there! Larry will be 
    here as well. Apparently, Larry is using the Steel Samurai to sell his 
    Samurai Dogs. 
    Talk to him. He'll reveal that the samurai has always been there, but 
    his compressor broke some time ago, so he sent it for repairs, which 
    was why the samurai wasn't here for a while.
    NOTE: Take note of this conversation. It'll come in useful later. 
    Examine the Steel Samurai. Maya says something is wrong about it. She 
    doesn't say what. Check out the flags here as well.
    Now, go to the cAD to look for Gumshoe.
    Scene: Police Department, Criminal Affairs
    Date: December 26
    Talk to Gumshoe about the investigation. He reveals that they're now 
    discussing about Edgeworth's motive. It looks like Karma will drag 
    out Edgeworth's past and hit him hard with it tomorrow.
    Ask Gumshoe about Gourdy now. You'll tell Gumshoe about the deal with 
    Lotta. He'll volunteer to help you find the monster by loaning you 
    one of the police's "secret weapons" for finding evidence.
    Ask about the secret weapons, and he'll show them to you:
    1. Missile: A K-9 police dog, still in training.
    2. Gumshoe's fishing pole: Er, ok.
    3. Metal detector: Er, why?
    You'll need to choose one. Whatever you borrow will be added to the 
    Court Record.
    If you choose Missile, he'll eat up Larry's hotdogs at the beach.
    If you choose the fishing pole, it'll break before you can even do 
    anything to it when you're at the woods.
    So, I'd suggest you choose the metal detector. Go to the boat rental
    shop after that.
    NOTE: The metal detector, amazingly, proves to be a decisive evidence 
    in this case!
    Scene: Boat Rental Shop
    Date: December 26
    Finally, something happens here. The detector will go beeping. Maya 
    will find an air tank in the bushes. Its valve looks broken. You'll 
    find that the air tank is surrounded by a string of flags, much like 
    those found at Larry's hotdogs stall.
    The air tank will be added to the Court Record.
    Go to the beach again.
    Scene: Gourd Lake Public Beach
    Date: December 26
    Present the air tank to Larry. It appears that he knows something 
    about the tank. Ask him does it belong to him. It's obvious now that 
    the tank belongs to him, but he'll deny it, and ask you why would he 
    need an air tank. Reply "to inflate something".
    It appears that he used the air tank to inflate the Steel Samurai 
    balloon (ok, so it's a balloon). He'll reveal that he used the air 
    tank to inflate the samurai balloon when his compressor broke, but it 
    didn't go so well.
    Ask more about the tank now. It'll be eventually revealed that the 
    air tank was too powerful for the balloon. The valve busted open and 
    made an incredible noise, and the tank landed into the lake together 
    with the balloon. 
    Now, talk to him about "the flying air tank". He tells you that the 
    incident happened on the 20th, which is about a week ago. He then 
    went searching for the balloon every night in a boat, and finally 
    found it after four days - incidentally, the day he found the balloon 
    was on the night of the murder.
    The mystery of Gourdy is now solved though. Don't get it? Go to the 
    woods to look for Lotta now.
    Scene: Gourd Lake Woods
    Date: December 26
    Tell Lotta that Gourdy doesn't exist. When she asks for proof, present 
    the air tank - a loud noise went off when the valve broke, and when 
    the tank and the balloon flew into the lake, a couple was taking a 
    photograph of the lake as well. The "Gourdy" in the photograph is 
    actually that of the tank and the balloon.
    You'll get your information now. Talk to her for it, and Lotta will 
    tell you that she overheard the cops around here saying something 
    about the witness tomorrow. They said he's the caretaker of the boat 
    rental shop.
    She'll also give you another photo. Remember the second photo that 
    she didn't show you? It was a picture of the lake, and she figured it 
    wouldn't be of much use, which was why she kept it for herself. This 
    second photo, which was taken on the 24th at 11:50pm, will be added to 
    the Court Record.
    Go back to the boat rental shop now.
    Scene: Boat Rental Shop
    Date: December 26
    From here, you can gain access to the caretaker's shack. Go there.
    Scene: Caretaker's Shack
    Date: December 26
    An old man appears. It seems that he wasn't very good with his 
    eyesight. He mistook Maya for someone else. He also wasn't very good 
    with his hearing as well. He'll go into sleep after a while. Examine 
    the place for the following observations:
    1. Kitchen unit is clean and tidy. Strange because the old man doesn't 
    look exactly neat.
    2. Polly the parrot... examine it and it'll be added to the Court 
    Record. Appears to say only "hello", but the old man says she can speak 
    a lot of things if you know the "secret words".
    3. A safe above the TV is locked.
    Talk to him now about "Polly", and he tells you that he tells the 
    parrot everything important. Maya tries to ask for the number to the 
    locked safe, and Polly replies "1228!". You can't open the safe 
    Now, present your attorney badge to him. Amazingly, he recognizes 
    it as a lawyer's badge. He promises to help on one condition, and 
    that is, after the case is over and done with, you'll run the 
    imaginary pasta shop he's running!
    Lie and say you promise.
    Present the enlarged photo now. He claims that he saw something. Ask 
    what he saw. He replies that he forgot the time, but it was dark 
    outside. He heard a "bang", so he looked outside. Then he heard 
    another "bang". A men fell down from the boat. A little while later, 
    this boat returned. A young man walked by his window here, and he 
    was muttering something to himself. He forgot what did the young man 
    said, but he'll "remember tomorrow by court time". Duh.
    Before you leave, Maya will ask Polly another question. This time, 
    Polly replies "don't forget DL-6!".
    DL-6? Just who is this old man? Your guess is as good as mine.
    Go back to the CAD now.
    Scene: Police Department, Criminal Affairs
    Date: December 26
    Gumshoe says that he has no idea who the old man at the boat rental 
    shop is. As for the DL-6 Incident, he doesn't know much about it as 
    well. If you can convince him that this current case is related to 
    the DL-6 Incident, he'll open up the DL-6 Incident case file for you.
    Present the parrot - the parrot knows about the DL-6 Incident. You're 
    pretty sure that the old man must have taught her that word. It's 
    likely that the old man was connected to DL-6. 
    Gumshoe is convinced. He'll give you access to the records room.
    Scene: Police Department, Records Room
    Date: December 26
    Maya almost immediately finds the files related to DL-6. Go through 
    all of them:
    1. The Case Summary: 
    December 28, 2001. The incident took place in the elevator of the 
    district court. There was a large earthquake at 2:00pm on that day. 
    Part of the court building collapsed, and all of the lights went out. 
    At the time, three people were trapped in the elevator. It took five 
    hours for them to be rescued. There was a lack of oxygen in the 
    elevator, and the survivors were unconscious. One of the three in 
    the elevator had been shot, in the heart. 
    It appears that Miles Edgeworth is among the survivors, since he 
    mentioned that he saw his father shot right in front of his own eyes. 
    That'd also explain why he was afraid of earthquakes.
    2. Victim Data:
    Gregory Edgeworth, 35, defense attorney. If were alive today, he'd be 
    50. He had lost that day's case in court, and got in the elevator with 
    his son, Miles. From the angle of the bullet and other evidence, it 
    couldn't have been a suicide. The murder weapon, a pistol, was found 
    in the elevator. The pistol had been fired two times. 
    Does it sound very familiar? It's almost like a carbon copy of the 
    current case, with only the venues different.
    3. Suspect Data:
    Yanni Yogi. A clerk in the court. The third person in the elevator. 
    He was oxygen deprived, so much so that he had brain damage. He lost 
    all memory of being in the elevator. After he was declared innocent, 
    he disappeared. 
    Ok, let me tell you that I think that Yogi is the old man at the boat 
    rental shop. 
    After reading, you'll get to take all the relevant information found 
    in these three files. I think it's good to list down the contents of 
    what you took now:
    1. Case Summary
    12/28, 2001
    Elevator, District Court
    Air in elevator was oxygen depleted at time of incident. No clues 
    found at the scene.
    2. Victim Data
    Gregory Edgeworth (Age 35)
    Defense attorney. Trapped in elevator returning from a lost trial with 
    son Miles (Age 9). One bullet found in heart. The murder weapon was 
    fired twice.
    3. Suspect Data
    Yanni Yogi (Age 37)
    Court bailiff, trapped with the Edgeworths. Memory loss due to oxygen 
    deprivation. After his arrest, fiancee Polly Jenkins commits suicide.
    Ah, looks like I'm right about the old man.
    The day will end now. Get ready for another tough time in court 
    DAY 3: TRIAL
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 3
    Date: December 27, 10:00am
    Mr. von Karma predicts that today's trial will end three minutes from 
    when it begins. Ya, right. 
    Karma will introduce the old man at the boat rental shop. Somehow, 
    his identity wasn't confirmed. Raise an objection, and the judge will 
    instruct the old man to state his name. The old man will reply that 
    he's not sure. Karma then steps in and says that the witness does not 
    remember anything beyond the last several years. As such, he can't 
    recall his own name. He can still testify because the current case 
    happened just a few days ago.
    The judge will allow the old man to testify now.
    It was the night of the 24th, just after midnight. The old man was in 
    the boat rental shop. He heard a "bang". When he looked out of the 
    window, he saw a boat on the lake. Then he heard another "bang". Just 
    about then the boat comes back to shore, and a man walks by the 
    Karma will force the judge to pass his verdict without you cross-
    examining. The judge will stupidly ask what do you think. Insist on 
    Press the old man when he talks about the man by his window. He'll 
    reveal that it was Edgeworth. Edgeworth was saying: "I can't believe 
    he's dead." This information will be added to the testimony.
    Press and ask whether he's sure. He's dead certain, then he falls and 
    Looks like Karma has lured you into a trap. Raise an objection  
    Your objection will be rebutted by Karma, who explains that Edgeworth 
    could've easily wipe off the prints after he fired. 
    Raise an objection again - the witness claims that Edgeworth said 
    "I can't believe he's dead." But if he was telling a lie... no way,
    Karma blasts back, and the judge will then pronounced Edgeworth 
    Just when all seems gone, someone just took to the stands. It's Larry! 
    He mentions that he was at the park on the night of the murder (as 
    confirmed by an earlier conversation with him about the air tank). He 
    wasn't sure about the gunshot, but he remembers it today. He heard the 
    shot. Apparently, Larry was listening to the trial in court earlier, 
    but realises that something the old man said was different from what he 
    The judge will then give a speech about preventing inaccurate verdict. 
    He'll rule out his own verdict and give Larry a chance to testify.
    You'll get a five-minute recess now.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: December 27, 10:28am
    Quickly go through the conversations and get back to court.
    During this conversation, Edgeworth reveals that when Hammond fell into 
    the lake, he couldn't understand what happened. He saw the pistol on 
    the floor of the boat, so he picked it up without thinking.
    He also reveals that this could be your chance to turning the tides 
    in your favor. Karma has always been running perfectly prepared 
    witnesses and evidences, but a last minute witness like Larry could 
    really upset his plans.
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 3
    Date: December 27, 10:35am
    Let's get to it.
    On the night of the murder, Larry was out in a boat on the lake. He 
    was looking for something, and he found it. So he quietly slipped the 
    boat back in at the rental shop dock. As he was just thinking of 
    going home he heard a "bang". He looked out over the lake, but didn't 
    notice the boat. After he heard the single gunshot, he went home. 
    Press him when he says he slipped the boat back and ask what time was 
    that. He thinks it should be around 12:00am. He wasn't sure though.
    When he says he didn't notice the boat, ask him wasn't there a boat on 
    the lake? He replies that it was really foggy that night, so he wasn't 
    Confirm with him whether he only heard one "bang" when he says he went 
    home. Present Lotta's deposition now - Lotta testified yesteday that 
    she heard two "bangs". The old man also mentioned the same thing just 
    earlier. And now, Larry says he's not sure again! He might have 
    missed the second gunshot because he was listening to his radio on his 
    For all the crap Larry has spouted, the judge will ask whether you 
    want him to continue. You've no choice, really, so continue.
    Larry was lonely on Christmas Eve, being alone, so he was listening to 
    an all-requests show on the radio. He was listening to it loud, but he 
    was sure he heard that gunshot. He remembers exactly what the DJ was 
    saying when he heard it too.
    After a superb objection to Karma, you'll explain why Larry could've 
    heard the gunshot even when he's listening to his radio at a high 
    volume. This gives you a chance to cross-examine him again.
    Press and ask Larry what did the DJ say, when he says that he 
    remembers what the DJ was saying. Karma objects, and the judge will 
    say that he'll allow this question if you've reasons why you should 
    care. Select "we should care".
    Larry will testify that the DJ said "Hey, it's almost Christmas!" when
    he heard the gunshot.
    Present Lotta's deposition again at this statement - the DJ said it's 
    almost Christmas, which means it wasn't 12:00am yet, when Larry heard 
    the gunshot. This contradicts both the testimonies of Lotta and the 
    old man.
    Karma will now say that this is simply because Larry was mistaken. The 
    judge will now ask your opinion. Say "Larry's right". You'll need to 
    prove why, so present the second lake map - the time stamp on Lotta's 
    second photo reads "December 24, 11:50pm". There's nothing on the lake
    in the photo. Moreover, Lotta's camera set to go off in response to 
    loud noises. If the camera took a photo at 11:50pm, this means that 
    there was a loud noise at 11:50pm on the lake, which means the gunshot 
    that Larry heard was indeed before midnight.
    Now, Lotta's camera also set off 15 mintues after midnight, which 
    means that there were two sets of gunshots that night, with a 25
    minute interval between them.
    Karma objects again - the camera is set to response to loud noises, 
    but there's no proof that the loud noise at 11:50pm was a gunshot. The 
    judge will ask whether you can prove that the loud noise at 11:50pm 
    was a gunshot.
    This is when you should present the pistol - both the witnesses who 
    testified earlier mentioned two gunshots, but the pistol was fired 
    three times. When was the last shot fired? It's quite clear now that 
    the "third shot" was in fact the first shot, the one that Larry heard 
    just before midnight.
    Now, you'll need to explain why there were two sets of gunshots. 
    You'll suddenly remember the case on the Steel Samurai, and realises 
    that the murderer in this case had the same idea as the murderer in 
    that case.
    Watch the brilliant explanation now - Hammond was killed during the 
    first shot, 25 minutes before the shot on the lake. You'll then be 
    asked to explain who were on the boat that night. Select "Edgeworth 
    and the murderer" - after the murderer killed Hammond at 11:50pm, he 
    assumed the identity of Hammond and met Edgeworth.
    It's likely that Hammond called Edgeworth to the lake that night. 
    Edgeworth didn't know Hammond's face that well, which was why he 
    didn't suspect anything when the murderer took Hammond's place.
    The judge will now ask you what's the name of the murderer. Reply 
    "you don't know", and you don't know because he didn't tell you. The 
    murderer is the caretaker of the boat shop, the old man. The real 
    scene of the crime wasn't on a boat, but in the boat rental shop. 
    When asked to select the real scene of crime on the touch screen, 
    point to the shop.
    Karma objects again. You'll reply by referring to Larry's testimony. 
    Larry was searching for his balloon that night. He found it, and 
    returned the boat. Then, just as he's starting to head for home, he 
    heard the gunshot - even when he was wearing headphones. The gunshot 
    must be very close to him then, and where would that be if he had just 
    returned a boat?
    Watch now as you explained what you think was the truth:
    1. The caretaker shot Hammond at 11:50pm.
    2. The caretaker put on Hammond's coat, and got on the boat with Edgeworth, 
    and went out to the middle of the lake.
    The judge now asks who fired the pistol then. Reply "the boat shop 
    3. The caretaker fired pistol twice. Both shots missed, on purpose. 
    Karma nows ask when did he fire twice. Reply "to create a witness".
    4. The first shot was for anyone who heard the shot to look at the 
    lake. Lotta did exactly that after hearing the first shot.
    5. After the second shot, the caretaker jumped from the boat himself, 
    leaving the pistol behind him, to create the impression that one men 
    on the boat shot the other.
    6. The caretaker swam back to his shop, and put Hammond's coat back on 
    the body, then threw the body into the lake.
    The judge will instruct the bailiff to bring out the caretaker. 
    Meanwhile, while waiting, he'll ask Edgeworth a few questions.
    Edgeworth will reveal that he received a letter several days ago that 
    was signed "Robert Hammond", requesting him to meet at the boat shop 
    by the lake at midnight on Christmas Eve, stating that he has 
    something important to discuss with him.
    It's now that the bailiff appears and informs the judge that the 
    caretaker has disappeared. 
    A search warrant will be issued for his arrest. Meanwhile, the court 
    will adjorn since the judge can't declare a verdict under these 
    circumstances. He'll extend the trial until tomorrow. 
    Hopefully, the police can catch the caretaker. In the mean time, you 
    live to fight yet another day.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: December 27, 1:22pm
    Edgeworth tells you that something has been bothering you for some 
    time, and he doesn't know whether to tell you. He tells you about a 
    nightmare he's having, about a memory of a crime that he committed.
    Before he says anything, the chapter ends.
    Scene: Wright and Co. Law Offices
    Date: December 27, 2:11pm
    "A memory of murder."
    That was what Edgeworth said.
    Meanwhile, Larry visits. Talk to him to finally reveal why you 
    became a defense attorney - something you never told Mia when she 
    NOTE: The talk is not exactly important, but it's a nice touch of 
    story-telling. I won't spoil it for you though. Watch it yourself 
    when you play the game.
    Your Court Record will now be cleaned up. Things like the newspaper 
    article on Gourdy and Lotta's deposition will be discarded.
    Go to the detention center now.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitor's Room
    Date: December 27
    Talk to Edgeworth to find out that he became a prosecutor because he 
    doesn't want to defend criminals. He also reveals that Yanni Yogi 
    wasn't apprehended because Hammond argued that he hadn't been "of 
    sound mind" due to oxygen deprivation. He also tells you more about 
    von Karma.
    Go to Gourd Lake entrance now.
    Scene: Gourd Lake Park, Entrance
    Date: December 27
    You'll find Gumshoe here. He'll run off to find the caretaker, but 
    he'll tell you that no one will be allowed in the woods today. 
    Apparently, no one is allowed to camp there, but Lotta did, and the 
    ranger of the park found out, so he's stopping anyone from going in 
    now. Looks like Lotta will be in a lotta trouble.
    Go the beach then.
    Scene: Gourd Lake Public Beach
    Date: December 27
    The Steel Samurai balloon goes missing here. Go to the boat rental 
    shop from here.
    Scene: Boat Rental Shop
    Date: December 27
    Surprisingly, you'll find Grossberg here. He says that if you need any 
    assistance, you can go to his office. Then he disappears quickly. 
    Head to the caretaker's shack now - remember that locked safe? With 
    the caretaker gone, it's the perfect opportunity to open it!
    Scene: Caretaker's Shack
    Date: December 27
    Examine the safe to open it. The only thing in here is a letter. It 
    has no names on it, and is written in precise, clear letters:
    "Get your revenge on Miles Edgeworth.
    This is your last chance. Now is your time to get revenge on the two 
    men who ruined your life..."
    (The rest of the letter describes the murder plot in detail - killing 
    Hammond, framing Edgeworth, etc.)
    So it seems that the caretaker was merely following instructions? Who 
    could've written the letter?
    Get this letter into the Court Record, then go back to Edgeworth at 
    the detention center.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitor's Room
    Date: December 27
    Present the letter to him, and discuss about it:
    1. Two men: Hammond and Edgeworth?
    2. Last chance: Statute of limitations on the DL-6 Incident?
    Edgeworth then suspects that the old man is Yanni Yogi. Talk to him 
    about Yogi. He'll tell you how Yogi was found innocent. This will 
    also open up a conversation about Edgeworth's nightmare. Talk to him 
    about it as well.
    He has been having the same dream almost every night, for 15 years. 
    It's a dream about the possibility that he actually killed his father 
    Now, go to Grossberg. He asked you to, right?
    Scene: Grossberg Law Offices
    Date: December 27
    Grossberg tells you that it's likely that Edgeworth really killed his 
    father. Talk to him about Gregory Edgeworth, and he reveals that 
    Gregory is very disapproving of von Karma's techniques. Gregory tried 
    to call attention to von Karma's techniques, but died before he could 
    do so.
    Talk about the spirit medium, and Grossberg says perhaps the person 
    who lied was Gregory's ghost, because he didn't want to implicate his 
    NOTE: Seriously, a load of bullshit.
    Present the letter from the caretaker's safe to Grossberg, and find 
    out a possibility about why Hammond was also killed. Then, he 
    suddenly remembers that he has seen the handwriting on this letter 
    before. When he asks you who could've written this, select "Manfred 
    von Karma".
    You're right! Now, talk to him about von Karma. You'll find out about 
    a case between Gregory Edgeworth and Manfred von Karma. Ask about it.
    Grossberg replies that von Karma won, but Gregory accused him of 
    faulty evidence, and though he lost the trial, the accusation stood. 
    Karma was penalised, and this was the only penalty that he has 
    received in his career as a prosecutor. This ruins his obsession on 
    perfection. He took a vacation after that, which was unusual.
    Grossberg then offers to help check the police files for you. 
    Go to the CAD now.
    Scene: Police Department, Criminal Affairs
    Date: December 27
    You want to go to the records room, but an officer told you that 
    von Karma is inside! 
    Go to the records room anyhow.
    Scene: Police Department, Records Room
    Date: December 27
    Surprisingly, von Karma isn't here. Notice, however, that a drawer on 
    the right is opened. Examine it. It says "Unsolved Cases: Evidence". 
    You also find that the file for DL-6 is completely empty. It must be 
    that son of a... von Karma.
    It's now that he appears. Talk to him if you want. You'll get nothing 
    much out of it, only things that you already know.
    Present the letter from the safe to him now, and he'll freely admit 
    that he wrote the letter. He'll then attack Maya and you with a stun 
    gun, and remove the letter from you. During the melee, Maya managed to 
    grab an evidence from the DL-6 Incident from von Karma. A bullet, to be 
    "Evidence No. 7 - Taken from the heart of Gregory Edgeworth."
    This ends the day for you. Save the game.
    DAY 4 - TRIAL
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: December 28, 9:51am
    Watch Maya turn into Electro, then talk to Gumshoe, who has 
    successfully arrested the Yogi. 
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 3
    Date: December 28, 10:00am
    Ok, the identity of Yogi hasn't exactly been revealed to the court, 
    so he's still just the old man/ caretaker to them. Remember that 
    you'll need to first prove his identity.
    Yogi says he's sorry to leave the court yesterday. He left because he 
    went to buy some food for Polly, his parrot. He figured he has got 
    nothing to do with this case anyhow. He'd need a motive, and he 
    doesn't have one. So, his testimony yesterday stands as is.
    Press his statements a few times, then when he says he has got nothing 
    to do with the case, press again. This will eventually to the judge 
    asking you is it really important to confirm whether Yogi has lost 
    his memory. You'll reply yes, because Yogi is lying. The judge will 
    ask you who Yogi really is. Say "Yanni Yogi".
    Karma will then ask you to prove it. You'll ask the judge to take 
    Yogi's fingerprints. Karma then replies that the witness has no 
    fingerprints! Apparently, Yogi used to work in a chemical plant, and 
    he burnt his fingers then.
    Karma will now sarcastically suggest that you cross-examine the 
    parrot. Amazingly, you say yes! The most unlikely witness in court 
    history! When asked whether you really want to do it, say yes, let 
    the parrot take the stands.
    "Hello! Hello! *Squawk!*"
    Certainly the most concise testimony you've heard so far.
    Press the only statement, then ask Maya to ask Polly a question. 
    Now, you remember that Polly actually responded to the question 
    "have we forgotten something" by saying "don't forget DL-6!", but 
    somehow, if you ask this question, she won't respond the same way 
    anymore. Perhaps Karma retrained her?
    Get Maya to ask Polly what's her name, and she'll reply "Pol-ly! 
    Pol-ly!" The judge will then ask has this anything to do with her 
    owner's identity. Say "of course!"
    You'll be asked to prove it. Present the DL-6 case file, then select
    Select "Suspect Data" - remember on this page, it states that Yogi's 
    finacee, Polly Jenkins, committed suicide after he was arrested? This 
    is the link between "Polly" and "Yogi". 
    One more piece of evidence is needed to fully convince the judge 
    Get Maya to ask Polly about the safe number. She replies "1228! 1228!" 
    as usual. The judge will ask you whether this number has something to 
    do with the caretaker. Say "it does".
    You'll be asked to prove it. Present the DL-6 case file again, then 
    select "Case Summary" - the date on it is 12/28.
    The judge will concur that two coincidences at the same time seems 
    like a pattern to him. He'll summon the caretaker once again.
    Cross-Examination of Polly the Parrot: SUCCESS! :)
    This time round, Yogi will admit that he's, er, Yogi. In fact, he 
    looks totally different now. This is the real Yogi. He'll also admit 
    to killing Hammond, and framing Edgeworth for it. He reveals the plan 
    to kill Hammond and Edgeworth was sent to him in a package with a 
    letter and a pistol. He'll eventually be arrested.
    Edgeworth will be declared innocent by Karma, for this case. But as 
    the judge declares him not guilty, he goes and object the judge! In 
    fact, he now confesses to the murder of his father in the DL-6 
    Karma then takes the opportunity to suggest a trial for the DL-6 
    Incident, right here, right now. The judge will call for a recess to 
    think about Karma's proposal.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: December 28, 2:24pm
    As Edgeworth gets ready to be arrested, you assured everyone that 
    you're now ready to prove that he's innocent, that he didn't kill 
    his father. The truth, as you mentioned, is quite clearly shown in 
    the Court Record. I hope you see it.
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 3
    Date: December 28, 2:30pm
    So it begins, the case of 15 years ago can finally come to its end. 
    We all know about the earthquake and getting into the elevator, so 
    we can skip that. Edgeworth then continues that Yogi and his father
    started arguing. He then felt something at his feet, so he picked it 
    up and threw it at Yogi to stop them from fighting. A moment later, 
    there was a single gunshot, then a scream - a scream that he 
    remembers until today.
    When Edgeworth first mentions about the single gunshot, present the 
    DL-6 case file, then select "Victim Data" - this page says that the 
    murder weapon was fired twice. The first shot was the accidental 
    firing when the pistol was thrown by Edgeworth. Who fired the second 
    Karma objects, and the judge will now ask you whether you've proof that
    the weapon was indeed fired twice on the day. Say "yes", then present 
    the DL-6 Incident photo. The judge then stupidly asks you how does 
    the photo prove that two shots were fired, even though it was clear 
    as daylight. 
    Point to the bullet hole on the elevator door - this is the shot 
    that misfired from Edgeworth's throw. The shot on Gregory's body is 
    the second shot, the killer shot.
    Now, Karma will object again, and will refer you to the DL-6 Incident 
    case file again. It mentions on the "Case Summary" page that "not a 
    single clue was found on the scene". Now, if the pistol had indeed 
    fired two shots, where was the other bullet? Because it's "unlikely" 
    for the police to miss this other bullet, the judge will discount 
    your defense.
    He'll now be ready to declare the guilty verdict now. He'll ask 
    whether you've anything to add. Raise an objection, and get totally 
    It's now that Mia returns. She tells you that the second bullet 
    must have exist, but someone took it. This is what you'll tell the 
    After some exchanges, the judge will then ask you is there really a 
    need for him to search for the bullet. Reply "the murderer didn't 
    need it".  Mia comes in again. She asks you to "think crazy", to  
    "think why the bullet HAD to be taken away" - yes, what if the 
    murderer has no choice but to take the bullet away? For example, in 
    a situation like, he was shot?
    You'll tell the judge that the murderer HAD to take that bullet, as 
    he was shot. Since Edgeworth and Yogi were both unharmed, this leaves 
    the possibility of someone from outside the elevator being the 
    Maya then remembers what Grossberg told you yesterday, that after 
    being penalised for falty evidences, Karma took a long break. Why'd 
    he do that? What if... just what if, he was taking the time off to 
    heal a wound... the wound caused by a bullet shot?
    This could mean that Karma is the murderer! He has the motive. He was 
    near the scene of crime. He also have the motive to kill Edgeworth 
    since he hated the Edgeworths. He could even have taken Edgeworth 
    as his student only to plan for this day!
    The judge now asks you to give the name of your suspect. Say it, say 
    it now. 
    Karma will obviously deny it. In fact, he'll eagerly suggest to get 
    his doctor to testify in court. Edgeworth then tells you that it's 
    useless to do so, since Karma will never subject himself to a weakness 
    that's so easy to engage. The likelihood is that the bullet is still 
    in his body!
    Now, Karma will saracastically challenge you to prove that he was 
    shot. Select "show evidence", and present the test-and-trusted metal 
    detector! The only way to find out whether Karma has a bullet inside 
    him is to use the metal detector on him.
    He'll vehemently refuse, but the judge will be on your side. The 
    detector will go beeping on his right shoulder. 
    NOTE: Amazing, isn't it? Gumshoe's detector saves the day! 
    Karma won't give up though, and will claim that the bullet was already 
    there before the DL-6 Incident. He'll then asks you whether you can 
    prove that the bullet in Karma's body was shot on the same day as the 
    DL-6 Incident. 
    Present the DL-6 bullet to nail him - the bullet was preserved nicely, 
    with all the ballistic markings intact. Remember ballistic markings? 
    It was mentioned two days ago in the trial. They're fingerprints of a 
    weapon. All bullets fired from a gun are marked with that weapon's 
    unique pattern. By examining the markings, you can tell which weapon 
    fired the bullet. If the ballistic markings on this bullet is the same 
    as the ones found on Karma's shoulders, it'll prove that they're 
    fired from the same gun.
    It's now that Karma lets out a scream - the scream that has been 
    haunting Edgeworth for 15 years. After Edgeworth threw the gun, it 
    misfired. The bullet pierced through the elevator door and hit Karma, 
    who just happened to be standing outside, on his right shoulder. He 
    let out a scream before the door opened. When it did, Karma saw that 
    the Edgeworths and Yogi were already fainted. He felt it was his 
    destiny - his hatred for Gregory Edgeworth, who ruined his otherwise 
    perfect record, prompted him to shoot.
    This, is the truth.
    Watch Karma bangs his head on the wall and laugh, if you want. The 
    toughest case you've encountered so far has finally drawn its curtains.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: December 28, 5:38pm
    Maya, Gumshoe, Lotta and Larry all came to express their 
    congratulations. Larry will also finally admit to stealing Edgeworth's 
    lunch money in school!
    Scene: Wright and Co. Law Offices
    Date: December 29, 5:02am
    You wake up to find that Maya has left. You'll rush to the train 
    station for her, but she has pretty much made up her mind. One reason 
    for her departure is that she thinks that she's useless. Present the 
    DL-6 bullet to her to tell her she's not - she grabbed it from Karma 
    in the records room, remember?
    She's much happier after that, but she still wants to continue her 
    training as a spirit medium. She promises to return as soon as she 
    finishes her training. As you say goodbye to Maya, you also say 
    goodbye to the novice attorney that you once was. You're now an 
    Ace Attorney.
    This is why this episode is called "Goodbyes".
    NOTE: The first four cases in this game is ported over from the first 
    GBA Gyakuten Saiban game. 
    Watch the hilarious game credits now as you completed the four GBA 
    cases - I won't spoil the funny parts for you. If you follow this 
    walkthrough closely, you shouldn't have problems reaching this part.
    At the end of it, before the credits are fully rolled, you'll shout 
    "HOLD IT!". A new episode has been unlocked. Now save your game, and 
    get prepared for a brand new episode. One that is specially created 
    for the Nintendo DS.
    1. Miles Edgeworth: You know him. 
    2. Dick Gumshoe: You know him too.
    3. Ema Skye: High school junior and self-styled scientific 
    4. Lana Skye: Ema's sister. Chief prosecutor of the district. Also 
    the defendant of this case.
    5. Angel Starr: Mysterious lunchlady. Witness to the murder. Known 
    as the "cough up queen".
    6. Jake Marshall: A patrolman investigating the incident at the 
    prosecutor's office. Thinks he's a cowboy.
    7. Bruce Goodman: The victim, and a good man. Detective in charge of 
    homicide in criminal Affairs, Div. 1.
    8. Damon Gant: District chief of police. Though he might not seem it, 
    he's top dog in the P.D.
    9. Mike Meekins: Patrolman with General Affairs. Suspected of killing 
    Goodman in the evidence room.
    10. Neil Marshall: Prosecutor murdered two years ago in the SL-9 
    Incident. Jake Marshall's brother.
    11. The Blue Badger: Mascot of the police force! Defender of truth! 
    Guardian of proof!
    12. The Judge: It's still him, but you'll get to know that his nick-
    name is "Udgey". Judgey, Udgey. Geddit? 
    Watch the cut-scene for a series of strange events happening. This 
    ends when you begin the chapter with a monologue. It has been two 
    months since Maya left. It has also been two months since you were 
    involved in any trial, until a girl showed up.
    Scene: Wright and Co. Law Offices
    Date: February 22, 10:02am
    The girl mentions something about her sister's trial being tomorrow. 
    You aren't exactly interested in taking up any cases now, but the 
    manner of this girl reminds you of Maya, so you eventually gave in.
    She introduces herself as Ema Skye. She's a "scientific investigator", 
    whatever that is. Talk to her and find out more about her if you 
    want, then proceed to ask her about scientific investigation. She'll 
    mention something about a new way to solve crimes, scientifically. 
    Now, ask about the case.
    Apparently, Ema's sister was arrested for stabbing someone with a 
    knife. A witness claimed to see her do it. Ema is sure that her sister 
    didn't do it though. 
    When she arrives at your office, she was looking for Mia, so ask her 
    about her relation with Mia. It appears that Mia was Ema's sister's 
    junior in school. Ema also mentions that she doesn't really like her 
    sister "now", and that her parents were killed in a car accident. 
    Soap opera stuff. 
    Go to the detention center now.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitor's Room
    Date: February 22
    Ema's sister isn't a very friendly person though. She also seems to 
    know you by name, since she heard a lot about you from Mia. She 
    introduces herself as Lana, and she's the chief prosecutor for the 
    You begin to wonder: Two sisters, one a lawyer. Such a coincidence 
    with case two. 
    Talk to Lana. She mentions she has confessed to the crime, but will 
    still tell you about the case. The murder happened on February 21, at 
    5:15pm - the timing was specific because of the witness's deposition.
    A witness clearly saw her committing the crime, which happened in 
    the underground parking lot of the prosecutor's office. The body was 
    found in the trunk of her subordinate's car. She was arrested on the 
    The victim of the case is police detective. Death was due to a loss 
    of blood, resulting from a single stab wound in the stomach. Death 
    wasn't immediate, but the wound was fatal. Since the victim was a 
    detective, the police department will consider it a matter of pride to 
    apprehend Lana, at any means.
    Talk to her about herself, and she'll reveal a wound on her right 
    hand, apparently sustained in the process of murdering the victim.
    At the end of the conversation, she'll still request you to take up 
    her case, for the sake of appeasing Ema, but she tells you not to 
    lose too much sleep since she intends to admit her crime in court 
    Scene: Wright and Co. Law Offices
    Date: February 22
    Go through the conversation, then visit the underground parking lot.
    Scene: Prosecutor's Office, Underground Parking Lot
    Date: February 22
    A man in a sheriff outfit appears here. You know from Ema that his 
    name is Marshall, and he's a detective. Then, after spouting a lot of 
    crap, he disappears. 
    Examine the area now for the following observations:
    1. A wallet can be found on the floor, just in front of the door. This 
    will be added to the Court Record.
    Ema now teaches you "scientific investigation". Follow her instructions 
    to learn this new trick, which utilises the capabilities of the DS.
    The wallet has an ID card that says: "Detective Bruce Goodman, ID # 
    5842189".  This ID replaces the wallet in the Court Record. 
    2. Check out the security room at the top left corner as well. It's on 
    the second level, and you can see everything from there. You'll come 
    back to this room later.
    3. A door right in front of you is locked. Remember this door, as 
    it'll help you counter a witness's testimony later.
    4. To the right of the door is an emergency phone. It's out of order.
    5. To the right of the emergency phone is a six feet high partition. 
    Now, scroll to the right screen of the parking lot to find a car. 
    Examine the car, only to be halted by Marshall. This will help you gain 
    access to the High Prosecutor's office.
    After listening to Marshall talks a lot of crap again, you'll be back 
    at the left screen of the parking lot. Notice now you've no access to 
    the right screen anymore. This is also when a sexily dressed lady 
    In a bizarre turn of events, the newly debuted lady happens to be 
    selling lunch. After talking to her, you realised she also happens to 
    be the witness to the murder. She introduces herself as Angel Star.
    Talk to her, and she'll tell you that there was some sort of a 
    prosecutor's convention yesterday. She also mentions that a prosecutor 
    was named "King of Prosecutors" during the convention, and it was in 
    his car that they found the body. It appears that she a thing against 
    Ask her to tell you more about herself, and she'll reply that she 
    sells lunch here everyday. Her boyfriend works in the security room. 
    Now, ask about what she saw. She claims that she saw the exact moment 
    of the crime. She also seems to know Lana by name.
    Ask her now about her hostility towards prosecutors. You suspect she 
    may be involved in some criminal activities before.
    Go to the High Prosecutor's office now.
    Scene: High Prosecutor's Office, Room 1202
    Date: February 22
    Ema immediately notices some sort of a shield-like trophy with a "K" 
    insignia. Just when she was passing her comments about it, Edgeworth 
    appears. Turns out Ema is Edgeworth's "fan". So, this is actually 
    his office! It also happens that the body of the victim in this case 
    was found in his car. What a coincidence.
    Talk to Edgeworth about himself to watch a flashback. He also mentions
    something about that shield.
    Now, ask about the case. It seems that he'd be the prosecutor for 
    this case. 
    Ask about Lana, and you'll learn that the victim was stabbed with 
    Edgeworth's knife. The knife was kept in the toolbox in the trunk of 
    his car.
    Edgeworth's knife will be added to the Court Record. It has traces of 
    the victim's blood, and has no prints. Do the "scientific 
    investigation" if you want on it.
    Examine the office now:
    1. The trophy with the "K" insignia is the trophy for the "King of 
    Prosecutors" award.
    This will be added to the Court Record.
    2. The bouquet of flowers at the back of the room has a card that 
    says "Back from the Dead. - Wendy". A steel samurai figure just beside 
    he flowers has something written on the bottom of his foot, it says 
    "Between a rock and a hard place. - Wendy".
    Present the Prosecutor Trophy to Edgeworth now. He'll complain about 
    how time-wasting receiving the award is. He also mentions that 
    yesterday was a very busy day at the office.
    Ask him about the day of the crime now. It appears that yesterday was 
    the annual cleaning day at the prosecutor's office. Watch him explain 
    about cleaning day - a day when prosecutors and policemen sort and 
    file all evidences for solved cases, a process called "evidence 
    transferal". A ceremony was also held up the police department, where 
    there was an annual review and awards for outstanding police officers 
    and prosecutors. 
    He also mentions that he was at the police department yesterday 
    (obviously), and only returned here at 5:12pm. This is confirmed by 
    a parking stub he received. Do the scientific investigation to see 
    this: "Miles Edgeworth - 17:12". It seems that the murder took place 
    three minutes after he parked his car.
    Parking stub added to the Court Record.
    This is when a police officer rushes in. He's looking for Edgeworth. 
    He's here to deliver a report to Edgeworth at the police chief's 
    request. It seems that he wasn't delivering something that Edgeworth 
    wanted, and Edgeworth will give him a tongue-lashing. It's also 
    revealed that the officer's name is Meekins.
    Edgeworth will now ask you to leave. He suggests that you visit the 
    police department for more information if you want.
    So, go to the police department's entrance now.
    Scene: Police Department Entrance
    Date: February 22
    It takes you 30 minutes to reach here by taxi, and the traffic wasn't 
    that bad. You'll notice some sort of an automated greeting machine at 
    the entrance, which looks decidedly disturbing. You realises that it's 
    the "Blue Badger", who's on his way to becoming the police's mascot. 
    Meanwhile, you notice someone dancing beside the Blue Badger... or 
    wait, it's Detective Gumshoe! As usual, talk to him. He reveals that 
    Lana has confessed to summoning the victim to her office, then killing 
    You'll also find that Gumshoe has been kicked out of the CAD. Because 
    of this high profile case, lower ranking officers like Gumshoe are 
    not allowed to enter into the CAD, which is why he was so free to 
    dance with the Blue Badger. This seems a little odd. 
    Gumshoe also reveals that Officer Marshall was assigned to the 
    parking lot - you've met him already, while the chief of police is 
    in charge of the investigation.
    Present Goodman's ID to him, and this will open up an opportunity to 
    talk about Goodman. It's a little strange that his ID was found on 
    the ground at the parking lot. Apparently, Goodman was involved in an 
    evidence transferal yesterday. But, he should be at the police 
    department doing this, instead of appearing at the prosecutor's 
    Present the "K" trophy now, and this will open up an opportunity to 
    talk about the rumors at the law office. Ask about these rumors. 
    Apparently, after the last case, people around are all spreading evil 
    rumors about Edgeworth. The current murder has started a new rumor, 
    which says that the only reason he took the case is because he's 
    aiming for Lana's position.
    Now, examine the Blue Badger, which calls up another conversation 
    with Gumshoe. Amazingly, he reveals that he made the Blue Badger. 
    It's battery-powered, and can go anywhere. But since it's running on 
    batteries, it'll dance until the batteries go flat.
    The Blue Badger added to the Court Record.
    Gumshow will also give you a letter of introduction, so that you 
    can show it to Marshall at the parking lot.
    Go to the parking lot now.
    Scene: Prosecutor's Office, Underground Parking Lot
    Date: February 22
    Angel appears again, and mentions she has a boyfriend in criminal 
    affairs as well. Er, ok. Now present Gumshoe's letter when you see 
    Marshall. He'll now allow you to examine the crime scene. It's 
    strange, however, that a patrolman is in-charge of the case. Isn't a 
    crime scene usually in charge by detectives?
    Talk to him now about the victim, and you'll get the autopsy report. 
    Check it to find the following details:
    Name of deceased: Bruce Goodman (36)/ Male
    Date and time of death: February 21, between 4:00pm and 5:30pm
    Cause of death: Loss of blood from chest wound.
    Assessment: Wound was caused by a 12cm knife. A single stab wound was 
    Marshall also tells you that Goodman and Lana only worked on a case 
    before a few years back, and are not closely related. So, there seems 
    to be no motive.
    Now, talk to him about himself, and ask why a patrolman like him is 
    in charge of the crime scene of such a high profile case. He reveals 
    that he used to be a detective until two years ago. He also mentions 
    that the police are short-handed, which was why he was assigned. 
    Short-handed? How about Gumshoe, who has nothing to do? 
    Now, head to the right screen to finally be able to examine the stuff 
    1. A cellphone is found on the ground. Check it out when given a 
    choice to. 
    This will bring out a cool scene of "evidence self-selection". Rotate 
    the phone till you can examine the side of it. This will open the cover 
    of the phone. The display button is still on the redial button. 
    Now, examine the blue redial button on the phone. You'll now make a 
    redial. Amazingly, a phone rang to the tune of the Steel Samurai theme 
    song just as you made the call. Seems like someone is calling Ema's 
    phone at the same time. Before you can get through to the other party, 
    however, you're interrupted by Marshall. He reveals that the phone 
    belongs to Lana. 
    You can now add the phone to your Court Record. It states that the 
    last call was made at 5:18pm on the day of murder.
    2. The trunk of Edgeworth's car has a note. It says "6-7S 12/2". The 
    top right corner has a printed name which says "Goodman". It looks 
    "somewhat" like this badly drawn diagram:
                            |    Goodman |
                            |            |
                            |  6-7S      |
                            |            |
                            |  12/2      |
                            |            |
                            |            |
    Victim's note added to Court Record.
    Now, talk to Marshall about Lana, and it seems that he and Lana used 
    to "have a past". 
    Ask about "office atmosphere" now. He reveals that of the rumors 
    about Edgeworth's fixing evidences, etc., all these can be traced to 
    one source - Lana. It seems that Gumshoe is also taken off the case 
    because he was close to Edgeworth.
    Now, go through the conversation with Ema, and you'll find out that 
    at 5:18pm, after the time of crime, Lana actually called Ema, which 
    was why Ema's phone rang just now. Ema reveals that Lana hung up right 
    away after she called. 
    This information is now updated to the cell phone in your Court 
    End of Day 1. Save your game now.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: February 23, 9:34am
    Go through the conversation. You realise this is the first case you're 
    doing with a Fey helping you. Well, at least you've Ema.
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 9
    Date: February 23, 10:00am
    Edgeworth calls Angel to the stands. Apparently, until two years ago, 
    Angel was a special investigator with the police. She was a first-rate 
    homicide detective. "Cough-up Queen Angel Starr" was her nickname. 
    Because of her unique status, she's given the chance to do the 
    detective's summary that Gumshoe usually does.
    Angel uses the map of the parking lot to describe the crime. The lot 
    at the prosecutor's office is divided into two blocks. "A Block" is 
    for the prosecutor's office personnel. "B Block" is for visitors and 
    clients. A chain divider separates the two blocks. The crime took 
    place by a car in the back of "A Block", in the car's trunk. The 
    killer stabbed the victim with a knife and went to drive the body out.
    Unfortunately for her, there was a witness, and an arrest was made on 
    the spot. The witness was, of course, Angel herself. 
    Parking lot floor plans added to the Court Record. 
    She mentions that she always knew that a day like this would come. She 
    was on her way to deliver a lunchbox to her boyfriend, when she sensed 
    something. Through a wire fence, she saw Lana standing next to a 
    garish car. She was holding a knife in her right hand. Then, she 
    thrusted the knife into Goodman's chest. 
    Press the first sentence. It seems she's also not a fan of 
    prosecutors. In fact, she hints that Goodman was killed because he 
    "knew too much". She also reveals that she was fired from her job 
    because of prosecutors. 
    Press the sentence about delivering a lunchbox to her boyfriend to 
    confirm that it's the security guard boyfriend, not, er, "that" 
    boyfriend of "the other" boyfriend. She also confirms that the 
    security room is in "A Block". As you've examined earlier, the room is 
    on the second level, and you can see everything from there. She also 
    reveals that she parks in "B Block" when she delivers lunch.
    When she mentions about the wire fence, press, and she confirms that 
    she was less than 30 feet when she was Lana, so she was certain it was 
    She also presents a photograph now. It shows Lana just behind 
    Edgeworth's car, having her left hand on the trunk, and her right hand 
    in the pocket of her trenchcoat. Angel says that at the moment she 
    witnessed the crime, her reflexes took over, and she took a picture. 
    Crime photo added to Court Record. 
    When Angel says that Lana was holding a knife in her right hand, 
    present the photo that Angel just presented - in this, which Angel 
    took "at the moment she witnessed the crime", Lana wasn't holding a 
    Edgeworth objects, and says that the photo wasn't taken after the 
    stabbing. If you look at the photo carefully, you should notice some 
    stains on Lana's coat. Although the photo is black and white, the 
    stains could well be blood splatters.
    When given a choice, raise an objection. Angel merely apologises for 
    the confusion because she may be "slightly unclear".
    Back to the photo. It shows that Lana was wearing gloves, so it seems 
    that the murder was premeditated. The judge will ask Angel to add this 
    into her testimony.
    Now, as with all previous cases, whenever a new statement is added to 
    the testimony, you should be able to get something out of it. Angel 
    claims that the crime is premedidated, so you'll want to prove her 
    otherwise to earn some points for Lana. present Edgeworth's knife when 
    Angel says this statement - if the murder is premedidated, why didn't 
    Lana bring her own knife? 
    Just when you think you've turned the tide, Edgeworth will tell you 
    that whether the crime is premedidated or not, it doesn't remove the 
    fact that Lana killed the victim.
    Time for round two.
    Angel isn't giving up. She still wants to prove that Lana has intended 
    to kill Goodman. That's why she called the victim to the prosecutor's 
    office. She's sure Lana had a grudge against Goodman. She also 
    mentions that Lana stabbed the victim again and again.
    The contradiction is obvious for this one.  When she says Lana stabbed 
    the victim again and again, present the autopsy report - a single 
    wound was stated in the report. 
    This is when Angel says that she mistook something for blood. It seems 
    that when Lana lifted her knife, Angel thought she saw blood at her 
    breasts, presumably splattered from the victim. Which is why she 
    thought Lana must have stabbed Goodman at least twice. 
    The judge will ask her to testify what she saw that made her thought 
    it was blood. She now testifies that Lana's red muffler looked like 
    blood to her. 
    Present the photo that Angel took on this statement - the photo shows 
    that Lana wasn't wearing any muffler. Angel then says that it was 
    there, something red, and she doesn't look like lying. 
    Anyhow, round three.
    Angel says that Lana tried to run behind a partition off to her side. 
    Angel then quickly arrested Lana on the spot. It was then that Lana 
    mentioned about the muffler, which "confused" Angel. Lana tried to 
    escape, but "resistance is futile". 
    When she says she quickly arrested Lana, press her for more details. 
    It seems that between Angel and Lana, there was a chain link fence. 
    Angel claims she went over the fence to arrest Lana, but that means 
    she couldn't have gotten to Lana as quickly as she claimed, especially 
    when the fence was about nine feet high.
    Press about the muffler statement. It seems Lana wasn't exactly 
    talking to Angel when she said "muffler". She was talking on the 
    phone. Ask further. Apparently, Lana first attempted to use the phone 
    hanging on the wall, but the phone was out of order. 
    The cell phone in the Court Record is now updated with the new info 
    about "muffler". Meanwhile, Lana's attempt to use the phone on the 
    wall was added to the testimony. 
    Press this statement now. Angel will use the floor plans to explain. 
    Lana ran behind the partition, and picked up the emergency phone on 
    the wall. The phone was out of order, so she pulled out her own cell 
    phone out of her pocket. It was during this time that Angel climbed 
    over the fence and arrested Lana. It was then that Lana hung her 
    Now, present the floor plans on this sentence - from where Angel 
    claims she was, she'd never be able to see Lana using the emergency 
    phone, because she'd be blocked by a 6 feet high partition. It's also 
    revealed that Edgeworth and Lana were responsible for kicking Angel 
    out of the force two years ago. 
    As you claim that Angel is lying, Edgeworth will now ask you exactly 
    what lie did she tell the court. Select "where she was it". 
    Now, you'll have to show on the floor plans where did Angel actually 
    see the Lana using the emergencu phone. Point to the security room, 
    then present - she was delivering lunch to her boyfriend, it's 
    understandable that she has to be at some point in the security room. 
    Moreover, the security room is the only place where she could have an 
    view of the entire parking lot.
    Now, when asked what difference does it make for Angel to see the 
    crime from the security room or from "B Block", select "distance to 
    the crime" - it'll be revealed that if Angel was to run towards Lana 
    after she saw the crime, she wouldn't be able to use the shortest 
    route available, because it was blocked by a locked door. She'd have 
    to make a detour to reach "B Block", before climbing over the fence to 
    get to Lana - a process that'd take about five minutes. 
    Watch through the conversation, then raise an objection when asked to 
    - five minutes are more than enough for any criminal to flee the 
    The judge will now agree that Angel has a personal grudge against 
    Lana, and will want to adjourn the court for further investigations. 
    This is when Angel fights back with one more testimony. She claims 
    she has decisive evidence.
    SHe mentions that she should have mentioned the five minute blank. 
    But now, she presents the victim's shoe. Two types of blood was found 
    on the shoe. One was the victim's. The other was Lana's. This shoe is 
    the decisive evidence. 
    Edgeworth objects to the evidence on grounds that it wasn't approved, 
    but Angel fights back with the reply that she had the shoe tested by 
    a forensics team from the police, so it was approved. 
    Victim's shoe added to Court Record. 
    Examine the shoe now to find that there's blood traces at the bottom 
    of the shoe as well. This is an important clue. 
    Press about the blood test when she says that one of the types of 
    blood found on the shoe belongs to Lana - it's impossible narrow a 
    blood sample down to an individual. Angel then says the forensics team 
    was in no doubt that the blood belongs to Lana, so she didn't proceed 
    with the DNA test. 
    Now, when she says the shoe is decisive evidence, press. This is when 
    Ema asks do you have a problem with the shoe. You'll now have to 
    agree whether there is, select "there's a problem".
    The judge will ask you to point out where the problem is. Point to the 
    blood stains at the bottom of the shoe and present. 
    Edgeworth now asks what is contradictory about this. Present the crime 
    photo - if the bottom of the victim's shoe is covered in blood, isn't 
    it strange that no bloody footprints were found at the scene of crime?
    So, why aren't there footprints? 
    Edgeworth now brings us back to Angel's testimony about apprenhending 
    Lana, about how Lana knocked down some oil drums. Edgeworth asks 
    whether the oil drums are empty. Angel replies that the oil drums are 
    brimming with water. 
    Edgeworth then explains that the reason Lana knocked down the oil 
    drums was to wash the footprints away.
    As the judge prepares to declare the guilty verdict now that you've 
    no ammos, Ema says that Angel could be lying about the water since 
    she's on the prosecution's side. Angel then interrupts the judge - 
    she doesn't like to be associated with the prosecutors!
    This is when she presents yet another photo, one that shows the 
    victim's body in the trunk. Ema quickly asks you to look at the 
    asphalt in the photo - it's clearly wet. So it seems the water theory 
    is true afterall.
    As you prepare to give up, Mia contacts you again. She tells you not 
    to throw in the towel regardless of whether the asphalt is wet or not. 
    She asks you to take a good look at the photograph. There's a clear 
    contradiction there. 
    You'll object the judge as he prepares to declare the verdict again. 
    You'll talk about the last photo. The judge will ask you what's the 
    problem with the photo. Point to the car's exhaust pipe present - 
    Edgeworth now observes that something is poking out of the car's 
    muffler, and he explains that "muffler" can also be used to explain 
    as the pipe of a car's exhaust system. 
    The thing sticking out of the car's muffler appears to be a piece of 
    cloth. The judge will ask you why this muffler is important to the 
    case. Present Lana's cell phone - the word "muffler" was overheard 
    when Lana was using this phone. If the "muffler" that Lana mentioned 
    is the car's muffler, then this piece of cloth is vital evidence.
    The judge will now give a 30-minute recess. 
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: February 23, 11:56am
    Go through the conversation with Ema and Marshall. Marshall brings up 
    the issue on "mufflers" again, and it seems he's quite adamant that he 
    saw Lana wearing a red muffler on the day of the crime. This 
    contradicts Angel's crime photo, but Marshall has no reason to lie to 
    you. Where did the muffler go then?
    You'll get the answer when you return to the court for the afternoon 
    session of the trial.
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 9
    Date: February 23, 12:32pm
    This session introduces the district chief of police, Damon Gant. 
    He brings over the red muffler that belongs to Lana, and predictably, 
    it was found stuck in the car's, er, muffler. Gant also presents a 
    switchblade knife in the process. 
    Watch Gant embarrasses Edgeworth, then take over when Gant hands over 
    the switchblade to you. Watch the cool "evidence self-selection" 
    again, and you'll go into the scientific investigation screen. Rotate 
    the blade until you can see a small tag on it, then examine the tag. 
    The tag says: "SL-9 2". Does it look familiar to you?
    Now, point to the trigger and examine it. This will trigger the 
    blade. The tip of the blade is broken off. There's also a dark red 
    stain on the tip. This blade is found wrapped in Lana's muffler when 
    the muffler was found in the exhaust pipe.
    Switchblade knife added to the Court Record.
    The judge will then ask Gant to testify, since Edgeworth isn't very 
    happy with the police force for failing to find such an important 
    piece of evidence at the crime scene. 
    Gant says that the switchblade knife is special, even though he isn't 
    sure how - unless there's evidence to prove a connection between this 
    knife and Goodman. He also mentions that the day of the crime was a 
    bad day for them, because a detective was killed at the police 
    department. The time that the detective was killed was 5:15pm. 
    Uncanny, huh? But since it's not officially linked to this case, he 
    doesn't want to talk about it.
    Two murders, same time, same date, different places - what're the 
    Anyway, when Gant says unless there's evidence to prove a connection, 
    present the victim's note - yes, it says "6-7S 12/2", but if you look 
    at it upside, it actually says "2/21 SL-9"! Now, isn't "SL-9" the 
    same as what's written on the switchblade's tag? When Goodman was 
    writing this note, he was holding the paper upside down, which misled 
    your early attempt to read it.
    Gant now reveals that the switchblade was evidence in a case. It was 
    stolen from the department's evidence room. 
    Press this statement. Gant reveals that the switchblade was stolen on 
    the day of the current murder. Edgeworth probes further to find out 
    that it's also a murder weapon in another case that has been solved 
    long ago. 
    When Gant mentions about a detective being killed at the police 
    department, press him. He reveals that they've just arrested the 
    suspect for the police department murder case. But, as it is, there's 
    still a lot of unanswered questions. He asks for your help. You agree 
    on the condition that he gives you the relevant data. 
    Now, he'll only give you one information. Select "how the victim was 
    killed". He replies "stabbing", which is exactly the same as Lana's 
    case. He'll mention that there're more similarities between the two 
    cases, but he won't tell you what, for now. You'll need to press 
    NOTE: You don't actually need to do this step, but there's no harm 
    learning more about the case.
    Go back to the same statement and press again. This time, ask him 
    "where was the victim found". Gant can't tell you where the body was 
    found, but he reveals that the crime took place in the evidence room 
    at the police department. This is the connection between the two 
    cases: police department murder took place in evidence room <---> 
    switchblade found wrapped in Lana's muffler while being slotted into 
    Edgeworth's car's exhaust pipe was stolen from evidence room.
    Looks like you've gotten yourself another case to fight!
    Now, when Gant says there's no connection between the cases, press 
    him. You'll now tell him the connection. This will cause Gant to 
    reveal more information. He mentions that he'll cooperate, but he 
    can't reveal the name of the victim. 
    Press this statement now. You'll be given a choice of what you can 
    get out of him. Ask for the victim's division, and he'll tell you 
    the victim's department is Criminal Affairs, Division 1 - the 
    detectives responsbile for homicide cases. Hmm, Goodman was in 
    homicide as well. 
    Press the same statement again. Now, ask for the victim's gender. 
    It's a guy.
    NOTE: Again, you don't need to do the previous two steps, but if you 
    want to know about the victim, you should.
    Now, same statement again, press for the victim's ID number. He tells 
    you it's "5842189". Now, isn't this the same as Goodman's ID number???
    The judge will now ask whether the ID number tells you anything. 
    Select "that tells me something!". Next, present Goodman's ID - the 
    two ID numbers are identical! In other words, the detective who was 
    killed in the police department's evidence room was Goodman as well!
    "Two" Bruce Goodman, "both" killed at the same time, but at different 
    places? How's that possible?
    It's Gant's show now. Remember Meekins, the patrolman who tried to 
    deliver a report to Edgeworth yesterday, but got a tongue-lashing 
    instead? Well, he was delivering this information. It was Edgeworth 
    who brushed this information aside without even looking. 
    Now, since the evidence wasn't accepted by Edgeworth, it can only be 
    accepted, according to the evidence law, when it's proven to have a 
    connection with the current case. Gant used you!
    Now, if Goodman was already killed in the evidence room, he couldn't 
    have been killed at the parking lot. Still, both Edgeworth and you 
    will need to gather more clues. The judge will therefore grant one 
    further day for this trial. 
    Finally, the trial is over for the day, but the day isn't over yet.
    Scene: Wright and Co. Law Offices
    Date: February 23, 2:15pm
    Go through the conversation as usual.
    Scene: Prosecutor's Office, Underground Parking Lot
    Date: February 23
    Back to the parking lot. Ema presents a luminol testing fluid, you 
    know, those stuff you find in CSI to test for blood in an already 
    cleaned-up area? Ok, Ema teaches you how to spray the fluid. She 
    also lends you a pair of infra-red glasses. Just follow her 
    instructions and start spraying the fluid behind the trunk. 
    A few drop of blood stains appear. Ema now asks whether you find the 
    stains a little odd. Select "the amount of blood". If the killer and 
    the victim fought here, there should be more blood than merely a few 
    drops. Remember the blood on the bottom of the victim's shoe? There 
    was a large splatter of blood as well. Where did the blood go to?
    Anyhow, where you found the blood stains will be updated to the floor 
    plans of the parking lot in your Court Record. The luminol testing 
    fluid also goes into the record.
    NOTE: If you go to Edgeworth's office to spray some luminol fluid, 
    you'll find some blood stains on the ground. I'm not sure about the 
    signifance of this.
    Angel appears again right after that. Talk to her now about today's 
    trial. She insists that even though she lied about the venue where 
    she saw the crime, the fact remains that she saw the crime.
    Talk about her detective past next. She mentions it was two years ago. 
    Regardless of how harded the criminal, when they faced her, they 
    "coughed it up". Ah, that's how "Cough-up Queen" comes about. She'll 
    continue to talk until she mentions about the SL-9 Incident - she was 
    fired after that case. 
    Present the victim's note to her. She'll automatically sees the 
    switchblade too. She reveals that Goodman was the head detective on 
    the SL-9 case. The switchblade was the murder weapon, as earlier 
    discussed, and it was due for evidence transferal on the day that 
    Goodman was killed. SL-9 isn't over. 
    Present Goodman's ID and the crime photo next. This will eventually 
    open up an opportunity to talk about the SL-9 case. Ask about it. 
    The SL-9 case was the biggest case Angel has ever handled. The police 
    and the prosecutors were desperate for decisive evidence. Goodman, 
    Marhsal and herself were involved in the case, and the criminal was 
    caught and executed. The only problem was that decisive evidence was 
    never ever found - the criminal was apprehended based on fabricated 
    evidence by the prosectors. Every detective involved with the case 
    was dealt with a few months later. Some were demoted to patrolemn, 
    some found themselves out of the force. 
    Ask about Marshall now. She mentions they investigated the case from 
    every angle. Marshall was very determined, but it was over before 
    they could even get into it, and Marshall was demoted. There was a 
    hidden side to SL-9, and they're still determined to find that out. 
    She's only selling lunch here because she can meet up with people 
    who can help her investigate. 
    She gives you a steak lunch at the end of the conversation. This is 
    excellent in putting Marshal linto a good mood. Steak lunch added to 
    Court Record!
    Go to the police department entrance now.
    Scene: Police Department Entrance
    Date: February 23
    You'll find new openings to go to here. Go to the security guard 
    Scene: Evidence Room Entrance, Guard Room
    Date: February 23
    The security office actually guards the evidence room. Since the 
    evidence room is the crime scene here, you may want to check it out 
    for clues. But before that, check out this surprisingly unguarded 
    guard room. The only thing of note though are the monitors at the far 
    side of the room video feeds from the evidence room. They're now in 
    The evidence room is locked. You'll need to get someone's permission 
    to go in.
    Go back to the entrance.
    Scene: Police Department Entrance
    Date: February 23
    You'll find Gumshoe here. He tells you that they've caught the 
    criminal for the police department murder case. All they need now 
    is evidence. He tells you if you want to talk to this suspect, go 
    down to the detention center.
    So, go to the detention center.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitor's Room
    Date: February 23
    What? Officer Meekins is the suspect?
    Talk to him. He had some business, so he went to the evidence room. 
    The guard office was empty that day. The security officer who was in 
    charge of the guard office, as you may have already suspect judging by 
    how it looks when you were there earlier, is Marshall. Meekins happened 
    to glance at the security monitor, that's when he saw a suspicious 
    looking person in the evidence room. After that, he blacked out (?). 
    When he woke up, he was already in the detention center.
    You'll also notice a bandage on his left hand. He mentions that when 
    Goodman pointed the knife at him, he just hollered. The next thing 
    he knew, he was unconscious. When he opened his eyes, he was alone in 
    the evidence room (huh?). Alone, because Goodman has disappeared. He 
    then saw gushing blood from his hand.
    Ask about the victim, and he says he doesn't know Goodman well. He 
    also has no intention, nor any recollection of killing Goodman.
    Now, present Goodman's ID to him. He'll suddenly remember what 
    happened. He says that the card was the cause of it all. This will 
    open up the opportunity to talk about the crime details. Do so.
    Meekins didn't know Goodman, who was in the evidence room, which is 
    why he "looked suspicious". He entered the room, and asked Goodman to 
    show his ID card. That was when Goodman pointed a knife at him. 
    Now, ask about the reason for arrest. Ema will do a deduction. Meekins 
    didn't know Goodman, and the "victim" whom he met at the evidence room 
    didn't show his ID card. In other words, you've no way of knowing if 
    the victim was really the victim. If the body simply "disappeared" 
    from the evidence room, you won't even know if anyone actually died.
    Yet, Meekins was arrested because the police told him that "it had to 
    be him". Goodman was "definitely in the evidence room", according to 
    the police.
    Meekins now mentions about a video tape from the security camera. 
    Whatever happened there and then should be captured on tape. 
    Go to the CAD now.
    Scene: Police Department, Crimincal Affairs
    Date: February 23
    You'll find Gant here. Talk to him to find more about Edgeworth. 
    It seems like Edgeworth may be disciplinary dealt with for his 
    mistake.  Talk to him about the evidence room incident if you want, 
    but nothing much comes out from it.
    Now, examine the head detective, who's sitting right in the middle of 
    the room. At the end of the conversation, he'll give you a lost item 
    report that was half completed by Goodman. It looks (somewhat) like 
                   |                              |
                   |    -- Lost Item Report --    |
                   |                 Date: 2/21   |
                   |  --------------------------  |
                   |  | Date Lost |    2/21    |  |
                   |  |------------------------|  |
                   |  | Name | Bruce Goodman   |  |
                   |  |------------------------|  |
                   |  | Item Lost |            |  |
                   |  |------------------------|  |
                   |  |      Status Report     |  |
                   |  |------------------------|  |
                   |  |                        |  |
                   |  --------------------------  |
                   |                              |
    This will be added to your Court Record.
    Talk to Gant again. You'll now see a request to ask for permission to 
    use the evidence room. Ask him for it, and he'll give you a guest ID 
    card to access the room. This card will be added to your Court Record.
    Go to the evidence room entrance now.
    Scene: Evidence Room Entrance, Guard Room
    Date: February 23
    Examine the door now, but you'll find that you can't enter because the 
    card reader is turned off. Enters Marshall to solve this problem. You 
    can now enter the evidence room, but before you do that, you may want 
    to talk to Marshall about the case. He isn't very helpful, so present 
    the steak lunch to him, and he'll tell you everything.
    Ask about the guard office. He tells you that he has lost his fire 
    for the job after being demoted two years ago, which was why he wasn't 
    at his post when Meekins came over to the guard room. At 5:15pm that 
    day, he reckons he was "galloping down the highway on the back of his 
    steed, Zippy". He also mentions that the security camera system is 
    more than enough to keep an eye of the area. 
    Ask about the security camera system, and he'll reveal that if nothing 
    happens, the tapes are automatically erased every few hours. Also, when 
    you enter the evidence room, the card reader will leave a record of 
    every ID card that passed through. You'll now see a record for the day 
    of the crime:  
    February 21
    7777777   4:20pm
    8730579   4:40pm
    4989596   4:50pm
    5842189   5:14pm    Bruce Goodman
    4989596   5:14pm
    Present Goodman's ID to Marshall, and he'll re-examine the evidence 
    room entrance record. Looks like the 4th number on it matches Goodman's 
    ID perfectly. This ID card record will be added to the Court Record.
    Now ask him about himself, and he mentions that he can't let go of 
    the SL-9 case. But the case is officially dead two days ago - after 
    the evidence of it was transferred.
    Ask more about the transferal. He replies that they keep only evidence 
    from solved cases in this room. They're kepy here under the presiding 
    detective's superivsion for two years, so that they can re-investigate 
    them if it turns out there was a mistake. After the years, the evidence 
    will be buried forever in the underground vault at the police station. 
    They do a transferal every February. 
    You can go to the evidence room now. Before you go in, you may want to 
    spray some fluid on the top of the cactus for some blood stains.
    Scene: Evidence Room, Sector Three
    Date: February 23
    You'll find Gumshoe here, He'll immediately give you the floor plans 
    of the evidence room. It appears that the room is L-shaped. 
    Talk to him, and you'll find out that every detective has a locker in 
    here. Also, every locker in this romm is fixed so that only one 
    detective can open it. The lock for each locker is coded with a 
    fingerprint, to match the print of each detective. These lockers will 
    be added to the Court Record. Note that a light on them indicates 
    opened lockers.
    Talk to him about Edgeworth, and it seems Edgeworth was also involved 
    in the SL-9 Incident. Present the victim's note to him, and he'll 
    tell you that the SL-9 Incident was Edgeworth's first big case, two 
    years ago. This will also open up an opportunity to ask about the 
    case, do so.
    Gumshoe says that the SL-9 Incident was a bloody, violent case. It's 
    a serial killing case. The killer apparently made a mistake, which 
    Edgeworth capitalised on to nab him. This was the case that put 
    Edgeworth into the spotlight, and also the one that started the rumors 
    about him fabricating evidence. 
    The evidence of this case was supposed to clean up during the 
    transferal. It was also the last case that Goodman worked on. Since 
    Goodman is trasferring the evidence on the day of crime, it's likely 
    that the switchblade knife was taken out from the locker himself. 
    Present the ID card record to Gumshoe now, and watch his reaction to 
    the second ID number - it belongs to Edgeworth! Which means that at 
    4:40pm, Edgeworth was in the evidence room. Why?
    Anyhow, the ID card record will be updated with Edgeworth's name on 
    the second record:
    February 21
    7777777   4:20pm
    8730579   4:40pm    Miles Edgeworth
    4989596   4:50pm
    5842189   5:14pm    Bruce Goodman
    4989596   5:14pm
    Now, examine the room. The first thing to do is to immediately spray 
    some luminol fluid. If you do so on the top left locker, you'll get 
    a blood rection - that of half a handprint. There's no reason for 
    the killer to touch this locker when he escapes. The floor plans of 
    the evidence room will now be updated with the blood spot.
    Examine the room now:
    1. The top left locker box has some evidence tucked out of it. 
    2. The pile of junk on the left consists of a car door and a pair of 
    3. The pile of junk on the right consists of Gumshoe's fishing pole 
    and the metal detector from the earlier case. There's also a radio-
    locator here. 
    Go to the right screen now to examine:
    1. A saw and some paint are found at the bottom right of the screen. 
    It looks like the ingredients to produce the Blue Badger!
    2. A locker is opened at the far end. It's coded with Goodman's 
    fingerprint. Unfortunately, it's empty. The police must have taken 
    the contents away for investigation.
    3. A glove is near to Goodman's locker. The glove happens to be an 
    evidence from the SL-9 Incident.
    4. Big pieces of fragments are found near the blockage. These, 
    according to Gumshoe, are the evidence from the SL-9 Incident. If 
    you examine the tag on the glove closely, you'll see "SL-9 11".
    Check these pieces out. There's a total of eight pieces. You'll need 
    to glue them back to a base to form an evidence. The instructions for 
    doing this:
    1. Fragment no. 5: Rotate clockwise once, combine.
    2. Fragment no. 4: Rotate counter-clockwise once, combine.
    3. Fragment no. 6: Rotate clockwise once, combine.
    4. Fragment no. 1: Rotate counter-clockwise twice, combine.
    5. Fragment no. 8: Rotate counter-clockwise once, combine.
    6. Fragment no. 3: Rotate clockwise once, combine.
    7. Fragment no. 2: Rotate counter-clockwise once, combine.
    8. Fragment no. 7: Rotate counter-clockwise once, combine.
    You'll find that the evidence is an unstable jar. It's also missing a 
    Unstable jar added to Court Record.
    Examine the jar to find some blood on it - perhaps the blood from the 
    victim(s) of the SL-9 Incident. You'll also find that the jar is 
    5. The top right locker of the columns of lockers facing you has a 
    worn, bloody handprint here. This is when Ema prompts you to use the 
    luminol fluid. 
    When you spray the fluid on the locker, it reveals a right handprint 
    clearly. Gumshoe also adds that the locker belongs to him!
    Spray some fluid at the area where you found the broken fragments. 
    A massive amount of blood is revealed. Looks like something really 
    happened in front of the locker. 
    You've more or less gotten all you need here. Gumshoe reminds you that 
    Edgeworth's inquiry committee should be letting out soon, so he's 
    rushing off to check out the result. 
    Go to Edgeworth's office now. As you pass by the parking lot, spray 
    some fluid on the emergency phone for some blood stains too. 
    Scene: High Prosecutor's Office, Room 1202
    Date: February 23
    Amazingly, the bellboy from the Gatewater Hotel is here! You'll soon 
    see Edgeworth though. He doesn't seem to be in the mood. Talk to him 
    anyway, and he'll reveal that he was given a warning. 
    Ask about tomorrow's trial, and he'll reveal that the authorities have 
    given control of the investigation over to the police. Any further 
    investigation for this case will be directed by Gant. 
    Present the ID card record to him now. He'll reveal that it was Gant 
    who asked him to go to the evidence room on the day of the crime. 
    Apparently, Gant wanted evidence for a case that was wrapped up half a 
    year ago. He wanted Edgeworth to keep it here in the prosecuter's 
    office.  He refuses to dilvuge any information about this case, but 
    you'll make a note of this evidence, which is a screwdriver, into the 
    Court Record. 
    If you examine the tag on the screwdriver, it say s"AI-16". It looks 
    totally unrelated, but Ema says this could turn out to be the clue 
    that solves the case. She could be right, you know. Remember the metal 
    detetor earlier? :)
    Now, present the swithblade knife. This will result in Edgeworth 
    deciding to tell you the "truth". Talk to him now about "allegations 
    of forgery". He reveals that the SL-9 Incident was a serial killing 
    case. The head of investigation was the deputy chief of police that 
    time - Gant. Edgeworth also hints that he used some extreme measures 
    because they were dealing with a vicious murderer, and if he let the 
    suspect go, blood would be on his hands. However, he was adamant that 
    he didn't touch the evidence. At the end, they won the guilty verdict, 
    and the killer was executed. 
    After the talk, Edgeworth will relay a message from Lana to Ema. 
    Lana wants to know whether Ema is still working on scientific 
    investigation. Ema says yes, and he'll pass you the aluminium powder 
    for taking fingerprints. He also passes you a file that consists of 
    the fingerprints of all involved. 
    The fingerprinting set will be added to your Court Record. This 
    recovers fingerprints from handprints for comparison with fingerprint 
    Looks like it's time to go back to the evidence room.
    Scene: Evidence Room, Sector Three
    Date: February 23
    Follow the instructions to investigate the handprint on Gumshoe's 
    locker. Point to the thumb as it's the clearest of the five fingers on 
    the handprint. 
    NOTE: Spray the powder liberally, or you may know to get the print. 
    Unfortunately, it seems that the person who left this print behind
    is wearing gloves, because the result you'll get doesn't look like a 
    print all. Thankfully, there're other prints outside the bloody 
    handprint. Select any of the faint fingerprints just below the hand-
    print and repeat the process. 
    This time, you'll get a print so clear, it's dazzling! This will also 
    bring up the fingerprint data from Edgeworth. Now, since the bloody 
    handprint and this fingerprint are found on different places, it's 
    likely that it has got nothing to do with the case at all. Ema now 
    asks you to deduce whose print this is most likely to belong to. 
    This will call up a "compare" screen. Select Gumshoe, since he's the 
    owner of this locker, and press "compare". It's a perfect match!
    Now, if you rememberm there's another handprint in this room - the one 
    you found as soon as you stepped into this room for the first time? 
    Go to that locker, examine the area with the luminol reaction, and do 
    the fingerprinting process when asked to. 
    This isn't easy. Firstly, because the prints are wiped away, you won't 
    get an easy print. Secondly, the only area that the game allows you to 
    examine are not on the handprint. Instead select the area just beside 
    the middle finger, and spray the powder. 
    Surprisingly, the result of the print reveals that the handprint 
    belongs to Marshall! This result will be added to the Court Record.
    This looks like decisive evidence to you.
    End of a very long day. Save your game. 
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: February 24, 9:41am
    Go through the conversation with Ema and Lana. Apparently she gets a 
    plea bargain with the police - as long as she tells the truth, they 
    won't seek capital punishment.
    Get ready for war, again.
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 9
    Date: February 24, 10:00am
    This trial focuses more on the police department. The so-called 
    murderer, Meekins, will be called to the stands!
    Amazingly, Meekins begin to confess to the crime before he even gives 
    his testimony. Edgeworth brushes him aside and asks him to provide a 
    crime report, which makes up his first testimony.
    Meekins was assigned to guard the evidence room that day, even though 
    it wasn't his normal duty. He spotted a suspicious man on the security 
    screen, and rushed into the room. He was only doing what he was 
    trained to do. He was suddenly attacked. He fought for his life, then, 
    he did it. After that, he passed out, until another office smacked him 
    Press the first sentence. Meekins reveal that he was in charge of 
    guarding the Blue Badger. He was to ensure that it wasn't broken 
    during the evidence transferal process. As there were many people 
    around that day, he decided to move the Blue Badger to the evidence 
    room. This was why he was there.
    Press the second sentence. This will allow you to update your ID card 
    record to:
    February 21
    7777777   4:20pm
    8730579   4:40pm    Miles Edgeworth
    4989596   4:50pm    Mike Meekins
    5842189   5:14pm    Bruce Goodman
    4989596   5:14pm    Mike Meekins
    You may've noticed this on your own earlier, but yes, Meekins' ID card 
    was shown as being used twice. Meekins replies that at 4:50pm, he 
    entered the evidence room to "relocate" the Blue Badger. At 5:14pm, it 
    was when he went to get the Blue Badger back after everything has 
    settled down. It was during the second time that he spotted the man on 
    the security screen.
    Press the next sentence. He'll reveal that he was attacked by a knife. 
    He also mentions that when he "charged" into the room,  the man was as 
    surprised as he was. To counter the knife, Meekins claims he swung his 
    arms like an octopus while trying to detain  the man. That's how he got 
    a gash on his hand. When he saw the blood trickling down his arm, he 
    panicked, and grabbed the man by the collar. 
    Press the next statement again. He replies that when the man let his 
    guard down for an instant, he snatched the knife from him. In fact, he 
    spun him around and performerd a disarming maneuver. The next thing he 
    knew, the man's white coat was drenched with a sea of Meekins' blood. 
    The man then punched him in the face. 
    Press yet the next statement, and it'll be revealed by Edgeworth that 
    Meekins woke up at about 5:30pm. Meekins then returned the Blue Badger 
    to the entrance. Note that the Blue Badger was in the evidence room 
    during the so called "murder in the evidence room".
    All these pressing are done to get more information from Meekins. Once 
    this is done, Edgeworth will question whether this "man" in the room 
    is really Goodman. It's now that Meekins presents a videotape from 
    Gant. It contains footage from the security camera in the evidence 
    View the video now. Amazingly, there wasn't at all a clear shot of 
    the man's face. It's either blocked by the Blue Badger or by the 
    camera swinging elsewhere just when his face was about to be unveiled. 
    An extremely funny video. Note, however, that when it begins, the 
    locker with Marshall's fingerprint didn't have something tucked out of 
    Videotape added to Court Record.
    The man's face can't be clearly seen in the video, but Meekins was 
    sure that the man was Goodman. He opened the locker, which required 
    Goodman's fingerprint to do so. It was Goodman's locker, so it must 
    be him, since no one else could have unlocked it.
    When Meekins says that the locker requires Goodman's fingerprint to 
    open, present the video tape. You believe that there's a contradiction 
    in the video that could possibly mean that the man in the room isn't 
    Goodman. You'll now need to point out where is this contradiction. 
    When the video is played again, wait the screen shows Goodman's 
    locker - notice the light on it? Pause, and point to this light and 
    present - remember what Gumshoe told you about these lockers? This 
    light is already lit before the man opened it, so it means that the 
    locker was already opened!
    The judge will then ask whether you've an explanation. You'll consult 
    Ema, and she'll half-heartedly suggest that perhaps something jammed 
    the sensor. You then feel that there's some other clues in the video. 
    You can now inspect the video once more. 
    Now, wait until the man open the locker. When a white thing drops out 
    of it, point to the white thing and present - it looks like something 
    was inserted between the sensor and the door. However, to be able to 
    do so, this thing must be extremely thin, and yet be an insulator. 
    You do have something like that in your Court Record - the thin rubber 
    Present it when asked to. It has a tag that says "SL-9 Incident", so 
    it must be from Goodman's locker. With the glove in between the sensor 
    and the door, anyone could've open Goodman's locker that day. 
    You've now established that the man in the evidence room may not be 
    Goodman. You'll need more to confirm this though, so go through 
    Meekins' next testimony.
    Meekins mentions another thing that proves that the man was Goodman. 
    To enter the evidence room, one must use an ID card. When an ID card is 
    used, there's a record of it. At the time of the crime, Goodman has 
    used the card. 
    Before you cross-examine, Edgeworth will reveal that this evidence 
    room was reserved for evidence of "special cases" that involve 
    extremely violent cases that involve police staff. There were only a 
    few cases up for transferal on the day of the crime, and most were 
    cleared by noon.
    When Meekins says "when an ID card is used...", press. This will alert 
    the judge about Edgeworth's "appearance" on the record. 
    NOw, when he says that at the time of the crime, Goodman has used the 
    card, present Goodman's ID - you found this card at the parking lot. 
    You'll also automatically present the lost item report that you got 
    from the head detective. It shows that Goodman has lost something on 
    the day of the crime. Could it be his ID card that he lost?
    Your conclusion? The man whom Meekins saw in the evidence room wasn't 
    Goodman afterall, but rather, the man who stole the card. 
    Now, whatever you've proven will lead to Edgeworth coming to this 
    conclusion: the murder at the evidence didn't exsist at 5:15pm at the 
    police department on the day of the crime. The real crime, therefore, 
    could only have happened at the parking lot.
    Raise an objection when given the chance to - the video didn't show 
    the actual murder, but it can't be said that it's unrelated to the 
    murder at the parking lot. Notably, a large amount of blood traces 
    were found in the evidence room. You'll now demand for more 
    examination, but Edgeworth, who believes that the two cases are 
    unrelated, doesn't have any witnesses. This is your chance to call 
    Marshall to the stands. Select Marshall from the profiles screen and 
    The judge will now call for a 30-minute recess so that Edgeworth can 
    go bring Marshall to court. 
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: February 24, 11:41am
    Go through the conversation with Lana and Ema. Strangely, Lana thinks 
    you've figured it all out, even though you're sure you haven't. Also, 
    it seems that Lana has requested Gumshoe to bring the SL-9 Incident 
    files. The files will be added to your Court Record. Take this chance 
    to read it. It has four pages:
    | CLOSED |
    O Criminal: Joe Darke
    O Crime:    Serial Murder
    O Setence:  Death
    O Edward Jones  O Jason Knight
    O Edith Kirby   O Rachael Moss
    O Jeb Bates     O Neil Marshall
    O Head Prosecutor: Miles Edgeworth
    O WitnessesL Lana Skye, Ema Skye
    O Exectuve Investigator: Damon Gant, Lana Skye
    O Head Investigator:     Bruce Goodman
    O Investigators:         Jake Marshall
                             Angel Starr
    Ema was a witness? She didn't even know that... then she remembers a 
    case she witnessed before, called the "Joe Darke Killings". So, the 
    "Joe Darke Killings" is the SL-9 Incident. Notice also a certain "Neil 
    Marshall" under the victims page.
    It seems that everyone involved in this case is connected to the 
    killings from two years ago. This can't be just a coincidence. 
    Time to get back to the court though. Save your game. 
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 9
    Date: February 24, 12:14pm
    Ema didn't come back with you, so you'll have to fight this case 
    alone now. Edgeworth will call Marshall to the stands.  So it begins.
    Marshall's job was to keep a wary eye on that bone orchard. He was 
    supposed to make rounds three times a day, but that isn't his style, 
    especially when the room is protected by two security systems. He was 
    at a street-side saloon at the time it went down. He's just an 
    innocent travellin' man, so if you're out of ammo it's time he hits 
    the trail. 
    NOTE: I tried summing it up, but it still sounds CRAP.
    Before you cross-examine, you'll automatically ask him about the two 
    security systems that he mentioned. He replies that it's the security 
    camera and the ID card reader system. When you press him about the 
    fingerprint activated locks, he doesn't seem to know anything about 
    Press his first statement about keeping an eye on the bone orchard. 
    He replies that he'll erase videos that tell nothing after a period of 
    time. Edgeworth adds that if nothing unusual is recorded, tapes are 
    erased every six hours. 
    Press the statement about making rounds three times a day, and Marshall 
    will tell you he didn't step into the evidence room on the day of the 
    crime. The judge steps in to ask about the rubber glove stuck in 
    the victim's locker, and he'll reply he doesn't know anything about 
    it - he hasn't been in the room for weeks. 
    He's not very helpful, but you've two important clues on hand that can 
    fully counter whatever he says, so play your cards right. First, 
    present Marshall's handprint when he says that he's in a saloon - if 
    he wasn't in the evidence room at the time of the crime, why was his 
    handprint (a bloody one at that) found on one of the lockers?
    He has an explanation for that though. Up comes his next testimony.
    Marshal says it's only natural for his fingerprints to be found in the 
    room. One of them just happened to be at the same place as the blood-
    stained handprint. The murderer must have touched the locker where his 
    fingerprint was by chance. The bloodstain and the fingerprint are 
    completely unrelated. The murderer was also wearing gloves. He had 
    nothing to do with it.
    Press the first sentence. He reveals that it's natural because that 
    locker with the bloodstained print also happens to be his. 
    This information will be updated to your Court Record.
    Press the statement about the murderer was wearing gloves, and ask him 
    how did he know it. He mentions he still read reports. Edgeworth then 
    reminds you about the bloodstained prints on Gumshoe's locker, which 
    shows no fingerprints.
    This is when Marshall tells you that as long as his trail isn't in 
    the video tape, you can't tie him to the crime. 
    He now adds a statement to ask you whether is it too bad that it 
    wasn't him in the video. Press him, you'll argue that the video is 
    full of blind spots - the camera's panning back and forth, the floor 
    isn't shown. If someone was familiar with the camera's position, he 
    could leave the room without being caught on tape. 
    Edgeworth objects your speculation immediately, and the judge will ask 
    you whether you want to indicate any, er, indication that Marshall was 
    present in the video. Choose to show evidence.
    So, the video shows again. Fast forward to the part when a white cloth 
    was shown sticking out of Marshall's locker. Point to that thing and 
    present - Marshall was clearly seen in the video! The key lies in 
    his locker - the lockers are fingerprint activated, and the white 
    cloth only appeared towards the end of the video, meaning that someone 
    has opened the locker when the camera wasn't showing it. The only 
    person who could've open Marshall's locker is, of course, Marshall 
    Amazingly, Marshall really doesn't know that the lockers are finger-
    print activated. He challenges you to prove that he opened that 
    locker. Present the locker - a fingerprint sensor, "pardner".
    It's showtime for you now, as you automatically shows the judge the 
    floor plans of the evidence room, and explain what happened - there 
    was no place to hide in this room, yet Meekins didn't see Marshall. 
    The judge will ask you why. You'll be asked to point out where was 
    Marshall at the time of the crime. Point to the blue "V" and present - 
    Marshall was standing right in front of Meekins, dressed up like 
    Edgeworth objects, but you easily counter him with the testimony from 
    Meekins - if it was really Goodman, he could've simply show Meekins 
    his ID card without having to draw a knife. The reason that he drew 
    the knife was that he couldn't show it - Marshall used Goodman's card 
    to enter the room. Goodman's picture is on the ID, and he looks 
    nothing like Marshall. 
    Marshall doesn't give up so easily, and he now asks you for hard 
    evidence that it was really him in the room. Well, you've none. As 
    you panic, Edgeworth gives you an advice - when you've run into a wall 
    with no place to go, return to the basics. 
    This reminds you of what Mia used to tell you - think outside the box!
    You shouldn't look for proof that Marshall was in disguise. Instead, 
    you should look for evidnece that came about because he was in 
    Edgeworth now asks why do you think Marshall's locker was opened in 
    the first place. There wasn't a need, unless opening the locker wasn't 
    meant to be in Marshall's plan originally. 
    So, you call another shot to view the video. You've to show the court 
    why Marshall has to put away the white cloth that was sticking out of 
    his locker. Fast forward to the part when blood was on Marshall's 
    coat, point to the blood on his coat and present - he couldn't just 
    walk out of the room in a blood-soiled coat, so he has to put it away 
    in his locker.
    This will finally lead to his confession.
    Marshall mentions he had to do it that day. He just couldn't stand by 
    and let it die. He stole Goodman's ID and dressed like him because he 
    planned to take out the evidence. He wasn't expecting Meekins, so he 
    knocked him out and escaped. He knew which earea wouldn't be caught on 
    the camera. There was no murder in the evidence room at 5:15pm. 
    Before you begin, Edgeworth asks about the large amount of blood found 
    in the evidence room. Marshall replies that Meekins' hand was cut, so 
    he should be the blood donor. But you feel that there's still too much 
    blood for a cut wrist. Well, nothing comes out of this though, so 
    let's move on.
    Press the first statement. Yes, it's about the SL-9 Incident. The 
    evidence are due to transferal, but Marshall feels that the case is 
    not over. He can't let the case close, which was why he wanted to 
    steal the evidence. You wonder why was he so interested, since he 
    wasn't the one in charge of it anyway. Now, I gave you a hint earlier, 
    so I hope you saw it. But it's not time for it though, we'll come to 
    it later.
    Press the second statement. He replies that he dressed up as Goodman 
    so that he can fool the camera into believing that Goodman was doing 
    transferal. He also admits to stealing Goodman's ID card, which was 
    why Goodman was filling up the lost item report. He returned the ID 
    card by leaving it on the floor of the parking lot. 
    Edgeworth then points out an interesting observation - normally, 
    Goodman's locker shouldn't have opened. Who stick the rubber glove in 
    to keep the locker opened? Did Goodman open it before Marshall?
    Now, when he says that there was no murder in the room that day, press 
    him. He reveals that he didn't manage to steal the evidence, because 
    when he opened the locker, the evidence was already gone. Edgeworth 
    adds that the evidence is still missing. So, someone else stole the 
    You'll now ask Marshall why did he risk so much just to steal the SL-9 
    Incident's evidence. This will open up some new statements in this 
    NOTE: Alex Luke wrote that you'll have to press all statements from 
    Marshal in order for you to ask him why did he risk so much. 
    He says that he can't just forget the SL-9 Incident, and asks whether 
    you know why. Present the SL-9 Incident files now - well, you know 
    whhy. The name "Neil Marshall" was mentioned in the file, under the 
    list of murder victims. 
    Neil Marshall received the "K" trophy two years ago - yes, he was a 
    prosecutor. Neil was handling the SL-9 Incident before Edgeworth took 
    over. He was killed before he completed the case. Marshall reveals 
    that Neil was his brother. Neil was investigating the murders with 
    Gant at that time. Goodman, Marshall and Angel were all working under 
    them Neil and Gant. They were desperate to prosecute the killer, Joe 
    Darke. Neil fought Darke and was killed. That was the first time that 
    Darke left behind an evidence, and it was all the police needed to 
    nail him. 
    Darke was eventually apprehended, and the case was closed, at least to 
    the public. Marshall reveals that Neil couldn't have been killed by 
    Darke - no one could've beaten him in a fight. There's more to Neil's 
    death than what the records say. 
    Now, at the end of today's trial, you still have nothing to help Lana. 
    But at least you've solved the mystery of the "two Goodman murders". 
    But the blood... yes, too much blood. And the ID card record... who's 
    Before you can take a breather, Edgeworth now brings you back to Lana. 
    If no murder happens at the evidence room, then the murder at the 
    parking lot must be real, and Lana is the only suspect. This will lead 
    to only one conclusion - the judge wants to pound his gavel again to 
    declare Lana guilty.
    And we all know someone will somehow do a "HOLD IT!" here. This time, 
    it's Ema. She's back! She claims that there's a "scientific 
    objection". Huh?
    Ema explains now after realising that the SL-9 Incident was the Joe 
    Darke killings, she immediately understands that even though 
    Marshall's prints were found in the evidence room, he has nothing to 
    do with the murder. This leaves the prints on Gumshoe's locker - the 
    ones that showed nothing because of some trusty gloves.
    She figured that if she ran some scientific experiments on those 
    prints, she might find something, which was why she didn't return to 
    court just now. She found nothing though, but she's adamant that 
    the traces of blood on Gumshoe's locker are the only clue you have. 
    The judge will now ask you whether is there anything wrong with these 
    Select "I object" after looking at the evidence room's floor plans. 
    Something is missing from it. Something that, when drawn, will 
    completely change the meaning of the blood mark. You'll now be asked 
    what is that thing. Hey, present the Blue Badger!
    The mascot of the police force/ defender of truth/ guardian of proof 
    was in the room on the day of the crime. He was "dancing" right in 
    front of Gumshoe's locker. Now, if the Blue Badger was doing his stuff 
    in front of this locker, it'd be impossible to place a handprint at on 
    the locker. 
    This also means that the blood print was placed BEFORE the Blue Badger 
    was in the evidence room, that is, before 4:50pm. This also proved 
    that on the day of the crime, blood was spilled twice in the evidence 
    room. Someone must have been murdered in the room before Marshall 
    went in to steal the evidence. Who? Well, Goodman of course! The 
    massive amount of blood there must be from him, and he was murdered 
    not in the parking lot, but in the evidence room!
    Watch the war of objections between Edgeworth and you, then the judge 
    will ask you to show evidence of when the incident before Marshall vs 
    Meekins took place. Present the ID Card record - the crime took place 
    before 4:50pm, so it'd have to be, 4:40pm... Edgeworth?
    Edgeworth then explains that it couldn't have been him, because the 
    traces of blood wasn't there when Meekins entered the room. It wasn't 
    quite possible for Edgeworth to murder the victim, carry the body 
    away, and clean up the blood in the 10 minutes between his entrance 
    and Meekins'.
    This just leaves the mysterious "7777777", at 4:20pm. And since there 
    was no record of Goodman's ID card entering during this time (his was 
    stolen anyway), the only logical explanation is that he entered the 
    room with the real murderer - something he knew, and was perhaps close 
    Edgeworth then reveals that "7777777" belongs to someone with a rank 
    of Captain or higher. He doesn't has the authority to inquire into 
    such a person's identity. 
    I think you should who did the murder by now. But let's not spoil 
    this. Edgeworth continues and say that he can file an "official 
    charge" to get the identity. Before you can proceed with asking more 
    about this, Marshall intercepts and demands an explanation from Lana 
    about the SL-9 Incident - did she really only use legitimate evidence 
    to apprehend Darke?
    Lana replies that she "occasionally" felt the powerlessness of the 
    law during that trial. She felt she did what she had to, in order for 
    Darke to get the verdict he deserved... even if it involved forging 
    Lana's reaction caused such a stir in the crowd, the trial cannot be 
    concluded. Well, you've one more day to fight for. Save your game.
    Scene: Wright and Co. Law Offices
    Date: February 24, 3:12pm
    Go through the conversation to find out that when Neil was murdered, 
    Darke left behind an incriminating piece of evidence - her. Darke was 
    trying to kill her when Neil intervened, and he was killed instead. 
    Ema was therefore a witness in the trial. 
    Talk to her about the case now. She reveals that the case happened 
    about this time two years ago. She was alone in Lana's office, 
    planning to have dinner once Lana finished her work, when Darke came 
    into the office. It seemed like Darke was running away from someone. 
    He pulled out a knife and attacked her. Neil then showed up, and 
    Darke tried to take her hostage. Neil prevented him from doing that, 
    and that was when lightning struck. The lights went out. Then another 
    bolt of lightning flashed outside the window, lighting up the office 
    for an instance. Ema then saw something that left a "permanent 
    picture" in her mind.
    Ask her about the permanent picture. She replies that Darke knocked 
    down Neil, and before she saw the next incident, she fainted. When 
    she woke up, Lana was beside her. It was how she became a witness.
    Ask her about "after the crime", and she replies that she doesn't 
    remember the moment when Darke stabbed Neil. This should be why Lana 
    decided to forge evidence to nail Darke. Edgeworth wouldn't have 
    know that the evidence was forged. 
    Now, asking about "something puzzling". Ema was in Lana's office then. 
    Why then could a serial killer come running in there? And why would 
    he be chased by Neil? She replies that Darke has been taken in for 
    questioning that day by the police. He escaped halfway through the 
    interview to Lana's office, because the detective offices and the 
    questioning room are right across from the elevator. She then reviews 
    that two years ago, Lana was a detective. It was only after the Darke 
    case that she was transferred to the prosecutor's office and became 
    Chief Prosecutor. 
    I think you'll need to talk to Lana again. Go to the detention center.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitor's Room
    Date: February 24
    Ask about her detective past. Lana was an amazing detective then, and 
    she solved several cases together with Gant, who was then vice-head of 
    criminal affairs. Gant's help in the SL-9 Incident was critical, and 
    he became chief of police after that, and arranged her transfer to the 
    prosecutor's office. 
    Ask about the investigation. Lana was 2nd IC during the Darke 
    investigation. Gant and her share the same office, and the same 
    investigations. They led the team that consisted of Goodman, Marshall 
    and Angel. During that fateful day when Neil passed away, she was the 
    first at the scene of crime.
    Now, ask about her claims as being the first at the scene of crime. 
    She reveals that Gant and Marshall were questioning Darke that day. 
    The investigation was in its final stages when Darke panicked. He 
    fled the room when Gant and Marshall let their guards down. She was 
    filing so papers then, and when she returned to her office, she saw 
    three bodies and smelled blood - Neil, Ema, and Darke. During the 
    struggle, it seems that Neil struck a final blow before he died, which 
    caused Darke to be unconscious. She then rested Ema, and placed Darke 
    under immediate arrest.
    You'll now raise your doubts - maybe SL-9 is really not over yet. 
    Go to the police department entrance now.
    Scene: Police Department Entrance
    Date: February 24
    You'll find Marshall here. He's on his way to turn himself in. Before 
    he does so, talk to him about the Darke trial. He reveals that all 
    the detectives working on the case (Goodman, Angel and himself) felt 
    that something fishy was going on during the trial. Some of the facts 
    reported were inconsistent with the evidence they found. For example, 
    the murder weapon. The switchblade belongs to Darke, but in the 
    initial autopsy report, a question was raised - apparently, the blade 
    of the knife wasn't a perfect match with the wound that the victim 
    sustained. This means that there's a good chance that the knide wasn't 
    the murder weapon after all. In the report that was submitted, 
    however, this possibility was erased. He also talks about how the case 
    left scars in all of them.
    Ask about these scars, and he'll mention that there was something 
    going on behind the scenes in the case, and they got to know that 
    later. Every detective involved in the case, except for Goodman, was 
    "taken care of". Angel was fired. He was demoted and boxed away in 
    the evidence room. Goodman was spared just so that the dealing with 
    of the detectives weren't so obvious. He was also adamant that it was 
    Gant and Lana who were behind their demise.
    Talk about Gant and Lana. He replies that Lana was never the same 
    after she became prosecutor. Marshall never found out why. 
    Last but not least, ask about his brother. He reveals that the day 
    that the SL-9 Incident occured, it was also evidence transferal day. 
    You deduce that someone must have know that Marshall was trying to 
    steal the evidence so that the case won't die, but apparently someone 
    stole it before hand. In the process, Goodman was murdered. 
    So, there you've it. Adios, Marshall. Before he leaves, he also 
    tells you that it was Gant who passed the falsified evidence to 
    Edgeworth during the SL-9 trial. 
    Go to the CAD now.
    Scene: Police Department, Criminal Affairs
    Date: February 24
    At the end of the conversation with the head detective, you'll gain a 
    path to Gant's office. Go there.
    Scene: Police Department, Chief's Office
    Date: February 24
    You'll find Gant here. He immediately puts a piece of paper he was 
    reading into his desk. He'll then approach you, and which eventually 
    leads to a big clue - a portrait of Neil, Lana and him. Neil was 
    holding the "K" trophy, but check out the jar behind Lana and him - 
    wasn't it that broken, unstable jar in your Court Record? Notice also 
    that the "K" trophy looks quite different from the one that's in your 
    Court Record too.
    Anyhow, this picture will be added to your Court Record.
    Before you can do anything, Gant attempts to chase you out. Ema talks 
    about the SL-9 case, but Gant insists that the case has long been 
    closed, so there's no need to investigate it anymore. You insist that 
    you'll want to have a look, but he rejects you blatantly. So, you 
    find yourself back at the entrance.
    Scene: Police Department Entrance
    Date: February 24
    There must be a reason that Gant doesn't want you looking around in 
    his office. There must be a way to get inside his office. Quickly go 
    back to the CAD.
    Scene: Police Department, Criminal Affairs
    Date: February 24
    Gumshoe! Talk to him as he reveals Edgeworth's crisis: Despite knowing 
    nothing about the forgery, the prosecutor is still responsible for the 
    evidence he presents in court. The rumors about Edgeworth didn't make 
    matters any better. 
    Ask about the SL-9 case. Gumshoe will tell you about the murder 
    weapon. Amazingly, he doesn't remember anything, so present the 
    switchblade to help him recall. He now remembers what was that piece 
    of evidence. Talk to him about the weapon now.
    Apparently, the police traced the switchblade back to the store Darke 
    bought it, and it had his fingerprints as well. Anyhow, the blade was 
    broken, and the broken tip was found in Neil's body, deep inside the 
    stab wound. 
    You'll get an update to the switchblade in your Court Record, as well 
    as get Neil's autopsy report, which states:
    Name of deceased: Neil Marshall (27)/ Male
    Date and time of death: February 19, between 7:00pm and 7:30pm
    Cause of death: Single stab wound piercing heart/ lung.
    Assessment: Died from blodd wound in under 10 minutes. Weapon found in 
    the wound was missing tip.
    Now, ask about Darke's crimes. Gumshoe tells you that Darke 
    accidentally killed someone in his car one evening, and this unleashed 
    a series of murders that all began when he was trying to cover this 
    At the end of this conversation, he tells you that any detective's 
    ID card can unlock Gant's door. You can't use Goodman's card anymore, 
    since the card has been deactivated since his death. Gumshoe is your 
    only chance, but he doesn't want to help for fear of repurcssions.
    Present the unstable jar, and he suddenly feels like he's in Gant's 
    office, with Gant yelling at him. You may also present other evidence 
    to try and get him to bring you into Gant's room, but he won't bulge. 
    Instead, leave him for a moment and visit Edgeworth in his office.
    Scene: High Prosecutor's Office, Room 1202
    Date: February 24
    Go through the conversation until you can talk to Edgeworth. Ask about 
    the forged evidence. He replies that he'll take responsibility, even 
    though he didn't know anything about the forgery. This is to maintain 
    the relationship between the prosecutor's office and the police 
    Ask about the day of the crime. He replies that he had to attend the 
    ceremony because he was given the award - those receiving awards can't 
    skip out on the ceremony. He finished his work in the morning, then 
    drove to the police department. He didn't plan on returning to the 
    office that day, until Gant asked him to take something back - the 
    screwdriver that Gant told him to take out from the evidence room. 
    So it seems Edgeworth came back only because Gant asked him to. 
    Ask about tomorrow's trial. He mentions it's too late to change 
    prosecutor since it's the last day of the trial. He never thought that 
    the SL-9 Incident would come back to haunt him like this. He did 
    notice then that the list of evidence was too short. Most lists run 
    twice as long. However, he was determined to prove the suspect guilty 
    even if the evidence list was short. 
    This is when Ema mentions that you saw a picture of Gant's team taken 
    around that time. The picture looks odd to you. Maybe you'd like to 
    present it to Edgeworth. Ema then notes that the trophy that Neil was 
    holding looks different from the one Edgeworth has. Edgeworth replies 
    that that was the official prosecutor trophy used until that time. 
    He says that the award is based on "contradiction". 
    Now, ask about the prosecutor trophy. He'll reveal that the award 
    originates from an ancient Chinese tale. In Chinese, the word 
    "contradiction" is written with two characters:  the first means 
    "halberd", the second means "shield".
    NOTE: If you're Chinese and you know about the origin of this story, 
    you may know that "halberd" is a weapon that is some sort of a long 
    shaft that has a blade attached to its end.
    Now, if don't know about the origin of "halberd vs shield", Edgeworth 
    will tell you. I won't reprise the story here, but to summarise it 
    for you: Who'll win if the best halberd in the world, which can pierce 
    through any shield, and the best shield in the world, which can block 
    any attacks from any weapons? Clearly, a contradiction!
    Anyhow, the broken shield and the chipped blade on the previous 
    "K" trophy were used to symbolise both the halberd and the shield. It 
    was two years ago that Gant had the "halberd" part of the award 
    This information will be updated into your Court Record.
    NOTE: For some easter eggs, examine the bottom of the award to find 
    the most frequent recipient of this award, a certain Manfred von 
    Karma. :)
    Next, show him the screwdriver, which has nothing to do with both 
    the SL-9 and the current case. Edgeworth says that Gant is a very 
    competent man, but at times he does things that don't make any sense. 
    Now, when you arrived here just now, Edgeworth quickly threw a piece of 
    paper onto the ground. Examine the paper - he was writing a letter of 
    Letter of resignation added to your Court Record.
    Go back to the parking lot now.
    Scene: Prosecutor's Office, Underground Parking Lot
    Date: February 24
    You'll find Angel here. Ask her about Darke's investigation. She 
    reveals that seeing Marshall obsession to find the truth about SL-9 
    made Lana more desperate (?). She mentions about the "legendary duo" 
    of Gant and Lana again.
    Ask about the duo. She reveals that Gant's ability to attract evidence 
    was almost unreal - he'd produce the most incredible evidence in the 
    cases he handled. No one dared to question him though. Angel also 
    mentions that every detective aspired to be like Lana two years ago. 
    BUt after the incident, Lana felt for Jake, because after Neil's 
    death, she felt as if she had lost her own brother. 
    Ask about "after case closed". She mentions she was sure that the 
    evidence produced in court was forged, but even so, Darke was obviously 
    guilty. Items they never found were suddenly produced in court, while 
    other stuff were kept secret. Every detective, bar Goodman, were then 
    relieved of their duties without any explanation. She also gives you 
    her explanation of Lana's move to the prosecutor's office - she was 
    merely used as a pawn.
    Ask about this "being used" thing. She replies that having solved the 
    SL-9 case, Gant's position as chief was secured. There was only one 
    thing left for him to control, and then no one would stand in his way 
    - the prosecutor's office. This was why Lana was transferred - if he 
    could control the chief prosecutor, he would've control over the 
    prosecutor's office altogether. That was his goal all along. She adds 
    that Lana must have a reason to change into a totally different person 
    after the SL-9 Incident.
    She has nothing more to tell you now, so return to the CAD.
    Scene: Police Department, Criminal Affairs
    Date: February 24
    Gumshoe still doesn't want to let you into Gant's room. Present the 
    letter of resignation to him - Gumshoe geniunely cares for Edgeworth, 
    and you'll convince that checking out Gant's room could help clear his 
    name. Gumshoe will pass you his ID card. Yes, finally, a passage to 
    Gant's room!
    Scene: Police Department, Chief's Office
    Date: February 24
    Gumshoe follows you into the room. Talk to him about Gant's office. 
    He mentions that this room now belongs soley to Gant, unlike two years 
    ago when Lana shared it with him. It seems that ever since Lana left, 
    no one has ever touched her desk though.
    Ask about the chief. He asks whether you think the chief is a suspect. 
    I think you know what this means, but you won't want to divulge your 
    true feelings, so you'd ignore him.
    Examine the room now:
    1. There's a big organ in the room. Gumshoe says it's very, very 
    loud when played.
    2. When you check out the armor on the right screen, Gumshoe asks you 
    to be careful - who knows, maybe someone is hiding inside!
    3. The desk has a list of evidence, used in a case - this was what 
    Gant was reading earlier when you first visited this room. This list 
    happens to be the list of evidence for the SL-9 Incicent - it appears 
    also to be the "other half" of that "shortened" list that Edgeworth 
    mentioned earlier. 
    The list will be added to your Court Record. Now, examine this by 
    rotating it to the back. You'll find a sketch on the back - looks like 
    someone is in the process of killing another with something in his 
    Please remember this sketch.
    4. Spray some luminol fluid behind Lana's desk on the left screen to 
    find a large pool of blood. This must be from the SL-9 Incident. 
    5. The safe beside Gant's desk requires a seven-digit code to open. 
    When asked whether you want to input a number, do so. You know the 
    number, right? No? Well, it's "7777777".
    Code confirmed! Access granted! What does this tell you? Gant's ID 
    number is mostly likely "7777777"! He was the mysterious "executive 
    office" who entered the evidence room before anyone else on that day 
    with Goodman! Does this mean...?
    Examine the opened safe now. You'll find the last piece of the broken 
    unstable jar inside. You'll also find a piece of leather cloth that 
    shows a handprint. Gumshoe says he saw someone wearing a shirt like 
    this before. 
    Gumshoe wouldn't let you take them away though, so you'll have to 
    prove that they're related to the case. First, present the jar. 
    Select "assemble fragments" next. You'll now have to do the "rotate-
    and-combine" thing again, but this time, there's only one piece. 
    Rotate clockwise twice and combine it. 
    The fragment fits like a charm. This means that Gant knowingly hid a 
    piece of this jar into his safe. Moreover, this piece you've just 
    comobined has a reddish line on it - blood! 
    This information will be updated to your Court Record. 
    You'll still need the leather cloth, so present the fingerprinting 
    set to Gumshoe. This is allow you to check for prints on the cloth. 
    After doing so, you'll find that the handprint belongs to... Ema!
    Gumshoe and you decide to keep this information from her. But he hands 
    over the cloth to you anyway. 
    Strip of cloth added to the Court Record. 
    This is when Gant returns. Gumshoe will be fired as a result of 
    helping you sneak into his room. Gant wants to talk to Ema, and he 
    chased you out of his room, so you'll find yourself at the entrance 
    Scene: Police Department Entrance
    Date: February 24
    Now that you've seen the evidence in Gant's room, you've more or less 
    guessed what had happened. Gumshoe will leave after this. Later in the 
    day, Ema told you that the police asked her some questions, so she'll 
    be busy for the rest of the day.
    Scene: Detention Center, Visitor's Room
    Date: February 24
    You'll find yourself at the detention center after that. Go through 
    the conversation with Lana. You'll tell her who she has been trying to 
    shield all this while. Now it's your chance to get her to tell you 
    Ask her why she has been keeping quiet. You'll tell her she claims she 
    did the murder, even without any incriminating evidence, because she 
    was afraid of someone. She'll ask you who's she afraid of. Point to 
    Gant and present. 
    You'll now get the chance to ask about Gant. Do so, and you'll ask her 
    why did he try to hide his crimes. She'll ask you to show her proof 
    that Gant falsified evidence in the SL-9 case. 
    Present the evidence list. You'll present all three items you found in 
    Gant's office - the jar piece, the strip of cloth and the evidence 
    list. They're all pieces of evidence from the SL-9 Incident, and 
    they're all found in Gant's room. The person who has been concealing 
    evidence is none other than Gant himself. 
    This is when Lana tells you that she can't disobey the chief's orders, 
    even if it means being found guilty for murder. Three days ago, she 
    has no choice but to "follow orders" in the murder of Goodman. 
    Ask about these "orders". She says she was given an order that day, to 
    dispose Goodman's body. She'll find it inside the trunk of Edgeworth's 
    car. Just as you suspected, then. She was trying to take the body out 
    of Edgeworth's car, and she discovered the murder weapon while 
    inspecting the body - when she found the body, it was the SL-9's 
    switchblade that was found on Goodman's body. 
    She couldn't leave the blade in him, so she took it out and stabbed the 
    body with Edgeworth's knife, which she found in the toolbox in the 
    car's trunk. This was also how she ended up cutting her hand, as she 
    was too nervous about even stabbing a dead man. This was also how her 
    blood was found on Goodman's shoe. The moment she struck Goodman's 
    dead body was when Angel saw her. 
    Ask about why she need to hide Darke's knife. She replies she doesn't 
    want the SL-9 case to surface again, which is why Darke's knife 
    can't be found. She then called Ema to hide the knife - this was why 
    Ema was so confident about her sister's innocence. 
    She continues to tell about another phonecall. After she received the 
    orders to dispose Goodman's body, she made a phonecall to Marshall. 
    The lead investigator for the SL-9 Incident has been murdered. She 
    needed that fact to be kept hidden, and she needed help. Marshall was 
    the only other person she could trust. This, however, led to Marshall 
    deciding to steal evidence from Goodman's locker instead - he has 
    already stolen the ID card, but he still hasn't made up his mind to 
    really do it then. 
    That's all she can tell you. As the day comes to an end in this very 
    long case, save your game.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: February 25, 9:47am
    You can't find Lana or Ema anywhere, but you'll find Edgeworth here. 
    Looks like you're not the only one who figured out who "7777777" is. 
    He gives you a pointer - if you can't prove that "777777" is Gant, 
    you'll have no case, since Gant hasn't been formally charged yet.
    Go through the conversation and you'll reach an agreement with 
    Edgeworth to find out the truth, sort of.
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 9
    Date: February 25, 10:00am
    Gant appears, and reveals that Lana wants to speak to the court. Looks 
    like he's forcing her to plead guilty.
    Lana takes the stands and immediately confess to the crime. She fires 
    you as her attorney as well, and tells the judge to pass the sentence. 
    The judge will then prepare to pound his gavel again to pronounce 
    Lana guilty (for the third time)... and then an "OBJECTION!" comes in 
    from Edgeworth.
    Edgeworth argues that he has not proven that Lana was guilty beyond 
    reasonable doubt, and that any ruling at this stage would certainly be 
    premature. Gant will asks Edgeworth to shut up, but Edgeworth is 
    adamant. In fact, he shows no fear for Gant as he suggests that some 
    deal must be struck behind the scenes that led to Lana's sudden 
    confession. He now calls upon Ema to the stands. Great work, Edgey!
    The trip to yesteryear has finally begun. Ema will testify about the 
    SL-9 Incident.
    Ema was waiting for Lana in Lana's office that day. A man came running 
    in and took her hostage. Neil rescued her, but she'll never forget 
    what she saw that instant. The man raised his knife, and stabbed Neil 
    in the chest. 
    Press Ema's first statement, and she'll add that it was the office 
    that Lana and Gant used to share, that is, Gant's current office. She 
    used to be there often and dreamt about playing that big organ. 
    Press the sentence on Neil rescuing Ema. Edgeworth reveals that two 
    persons were questioning Darke that day - Gant and Neil. Neil had just 
    received the prosecutor trophy that day, but he immediately went back 
    to his work after that. When Darke escaped, Neil was first to give 
    Press the statement on she'll never forget what she saw, and she'll 
    reply that Neil jumped on Darke. The lights went out then due to a 
    lightning strike nearby. When the lighting outside flashed again, 
    she saw what she, er, saw. She also told Goodman about what she saw.
    Choose to "hear more" now. She'll say that when talking to Goodman, 
    she just couldn't say anything due to the fear, so she drew a picture 
    of the incident instead. 
    Ask about the picture. Edgeworth objects that two years ago, the list 
    of evidence he has didn't include this picture. The judge will now ask 
    Ema to add this information into her testimony.
    So, when she says she drew a picture of that scene, present the list 
    of evidence - there's a sketch behind the list, and it must be drawn 
    by Ema! 
    The judge now notices that the list you presented is different from 
    what Edgeworth has - these two lists fit together to form one. Two 
    years ago, only half of the evidence of the case reached Edgeworth. 
    Now, if the evidence list was torn into half, then there might be more 
    drawing on the back of Edgeworth's list. Edgeworth turns his over to 
    find a sketch of... the Blue Badger!
    You'll now get both lists combined into your Court Record. The general 
    reaction is that the head detective was using this list as scrap paper 
    to "design" the Blue Badger. But if you examine the lists to see the 
    full picture, it seems that Blue Badger is part of the picture. Notice 
    Ema's strange reaction too when she sees the full picture. 
    Ema drew this picture two picture two years ago. The flash of lighting 
    was so bright, all she could see were shadows. After that she must 
    have fainted. The picture shows exactly what she saw that instance. 
    Press her statement about the bright flash, and she confirms that she 
    couldn't really be sure whether it was Neil who came to her rescue. 
    But she mentions that she was knocked away when Neil allegedly jumped 
    onto Darke. It was when he turned around when the lightning flashed. 
    Now, on her last statement, present Neil's autopsy report - the 
    picture Ema drew has a contradiction. The judge asks you to point out 
    where the contradiction is. Point to the hand with the weapon - the 
    tip on the weapon is already broken. The tip was found in Neil's 
    body, but Neil suffered a single stab wound to the back. If he was 
    only stabbed once, then the weapon shouldn't yet have a broken tip.
    There's another explanation to this, obviously. The only explanation, 
    actually - the broken knife tip could well be the piece of evidence 
    that was forged in the SL-9 Incident!
    Now, you'll explain what really happened: The police department and 
    the prosecutor's office were holding a ceremony that day. After 
    receiving the prosecutor trophy at the ceremony, Neil questioned Darke 
    together with Gant. During the question, Darke fled the room. Neil 
    gave chase, and was killed by Darke. You believe that somewhere in 
    this story, there's a lie. 
    This will lead to the discussion of the possibility of another weapon. 
    Is there one? Yes, of course. Tell them "there is another one", and 
    present Gant's team photo - the weapon was right here in this photo. 
    The broken knife is the "halberd" from the prosecutor trophy!
    Neil was chasing Darke on that day. Being a prosecutor, he has no 
    gun, and this "halberd" was the only weapon he has against Darke. 
    This means that in the picture that Ema drew, it'd have been Neil 
    raising the knife!
    Ema then interrupts, and says she remembers everything now. She asks 
    Edgeworth to show her his evidence list again - the one the drawing of 
    the Blue Badger. She confirms that she drew this picture as well, 
    because when she drew it, the evidence list wasn't torn into two yet. 
    When Ema saw the man raised his knife, she panicked, and rushed 
    towards both of them. She thinks she knocked away the man with the 
    knife. Just then, there was another flash of lightning, and that's 
    when she saw the Blue Badger. "He" wasn't in the room, but she's sure 
    she saw "his" shadow.
    Edgeworth objects - the design for the Blue Badger wasn't even up until 
    this year. Lana then interrupts and pleads for you guys to stop 
    pursuing this matter any further. The judge ignores her though, so 
    you can cross-examine Ema again.
    Don't waste any time. Wait till Ema says that she's sure she was the 
    Blue Badger's shadow, then present the unstable jar. You'll need to 
    adjust the jar until it looks like the Blue Badger's shadow. TO do 
    that, invert the jar verticially, then turn it horizotally to show its 
    back. Now, rotate it vertically to such an angle that it looks exactly 
    like the Blue Badger's head. Hey presto!
    UPDATE: Thanks to Alvin and Ben, I've images to show you how to do this 
    puzzle, which is one that stumped many people. 
    Step-by-Step Diagram:
    - Contributed by Alvin. The wonders of photoshop!
    Actual screenshot:
    - Contributed by Ben. I'm not sure whether he took the picture himself, 
    but he showed this to me when I was asking around. If you're the owner 
    of this photo, please let me know and I'll provide full credit.
    Edgeworth then asks you what does this jar change. Select "the murder 
    weapon". You'll automatically show Gant's team photo again, which 
    shows the jar - Ema saw this jar at a very specific angle. Where could 
    she have seen this jar then? Well, the jar was on a shelf that belongs 
    to Gant. This proves that the struggle between Darke and Neil happened 
    on the other side of the room - Gant's office. Someone moved Neil's 
    body from Gant's office to Lana's office, just across the desk.
    The only logical reason for doing that? Well, when Ema knocked a man 
    away, the man could've actually knocked into the armor, who has a 
    rather sharp and dangerous looking sword... so it appears that it was 
    Ema who caused the death of Neil. 
    Yes, it's tough on Ema, but this is the truth. She can't take it, and 
    faints. This is probably why Lana was trying to stop the trial all 
    along. It was Lana who moved the body to her own desk so that no one 
    will find out about what Ema did. 
    Lana was adamant that what Edgeworth and you have been discussing were 
    lies. Since you've no proof, you can't say for sure. This is when 
    Edgeworth points out to a possibility that Neil might have written a 
    note before he died. Does such a message exist? Yes, it does!
    Tell the judge the message from the victim is in the evidence. Present 
    the unstable jar once again - a message was left on the surface of the 
    jar, in blood. It looks like someone wiped the blood away. For some 
    reasons, the blood on some of the fragments wasn't wiped away though. 
    Blood must have seeped into the jar where the lines changed 
    directions. The dots of blood that left behind can be connected to 
    form a name.
    Now, connect the dots on the touch screen, and you'll find: "EMA."
    Gant now appears and pours cold water on Edgeworth. You immediately 
    objects, because Darke was obviously a murderer, just that, he didn't 
    kill Neil. Gant argues that it doesn't matter, since the list of 
    forged evidence was indeed used to sentence Darke to death. 
    This causes the morning's trial to come to a halt. Save your game.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: February 25, 12:06pm
    Go through the conversation with Edgeworth and Gumshoe. Gumshoe brings 
    you a book on evidence law. You're now reminded of the rule no. 1 of 
    the evidence, er, law:
    "No evidence shall be shown without the approval of the police 
    Gumshoe also relays a message from Lana - if you're planning to take 
    "HIM" on, you're going to need the book. 
    This evidence law book will now be added to the Court Record. Check it 
    out for rule no. 2:
    "Unregistered evidence presented must be relevant to the case in 
    It's now time to bring this case to its end.
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 9
    Date: February 25, 12:52pm
    The speculations on Edgeworth will result in you being given the 
    chance to call forth a witness. A superb performance from Edgeworth to 
    allow you to continue the trial! You'll accept the proposal, so take 
    this opportunity to call upon Gant.
    The judge agrees, so there, you'll get the chance to finally nail the 
    chief of police. 
    Gant and Neil were questioning Darke that day. To make a long story 
    short, they slipped up. The power outage didn't help either. When 
    Gant went to the office, he found Lana there. Apparently, she had 
    already "arranged" the crime scene. He has nothing to do with this 
    You'll need to hit him hard and fast. When he talks about having 
    nothing to do with the forgery, present the jar - if he had nothing to 
    do it, why did he keep the piece of fragement from the jar into his 
    safe? You'll also reveal that you found the other half of the 
    evidence list on his desk. These prove that he was also part of the 
    illegal investigation.
    Gant will now explain why these stuff are found in his room.
    A jar fragment, and a list. Well, he claims you could've plated them 
    in his office. You also can't prove when these evidence were 
    discovered. If they were found after Darke were convicted, then 
    they'd be worthless. There's no reason he'd participate in a forgery. 
    Rearranging the crime scene wouldn't help him out in any way. 
    He then threatens to press charges against you for trespassing into 
    his office. He also seems to have something on the judge.
    Press his statement about rearranging a crime. This will lead to a 
    speculation on him being an accomplice to somebody else. He'll then 
    change that statement and say that he wouldn't be anyone's accomplice 
    if there was nothing in it for him.
    Now, press this statement. This will eventually lead to an option for 
    you to point out an accomplice. Choose it, and then present Lana as 
    the one whom Gant was helping. It was quite an obvious choice - Ema 
    fell victim to a series of unfortunate events. Who'd want to help her 
    more than her own sister, Lana? Desperate, Lana sought help from 
    Gant, who saw the opportunity to control the prosector's office right 
    there and then. For his own profit, he participated in the forgery, 
    and then arranged for Lana to become chief prosecutor, so that he 
    could control her. 
    Gant will then ask for proof. You've none, since Lana won't testify. 
    Edgeworth will add that perhaps you can find something from the 
    murder of Goodman to support your case. You'll now accuse Gant for 
    being involved in the murder Goodman, and getting Lana to take the rap 
    to cover up his involvement. 
    Now, watch the crowd reaction, while Edgeworth and you reach an 
    agreement to pursue this issue all the way. The judge will now ask 
    whether you can prove what you claimed. 
    Present the ID Card record. The identity of "7777777" is finally going 
    to be revealed in court - the safe in Gant's office requires a code to 
    open. The code is "7777777". This proves that the person who entered 
    the evidence room earlier on the day of Goodman's death is mostly 
    like Gant.
    He retorts by saying that he went to the evidence room alone. You'll 
    then ask whether Goodman went in with him. He replies he hasn't seen 
    Goodman "in days". You'll immediately reply that he has undone 
    himself. You'll need to show proof to support your statement though, 
    so present the lost item report - Goodman lost his ID card on that 
    day (Marshall stole it, remember?), so he filed a lost item report. 
    He'd have to give that report to the chief of police, that is, Gant. 
    How could Gant then not have seen Goodman for days?
    Now, the lost item report is your hands, which means he didn't hand it 
    in, right? Gant asks you about that. You'll reply he filed it, because 
    he needed to enter the evidence room that day for transferal. Goodman 
    took the form to Gant. Gant then accompanied Goodman to the evidence 
    room. He then murdered Goodman in the room, and instructed Lana to 
    clean up the mess. 
    He'll then reply that he could've lend his ID card to Goodman, which 
    Edgeworth immediately objects by saying that if that's so, the card 
    would be found on Goodman's body, since it has only been used once on 
    that day. 
    Watch Gant turns into a mutant in his frenzy. You'll then explain that 
    the murder was most likely committed on the spur of the moment, as no 
    one in their right mind would choose the police department as a place 
    to murder someone. 
    As you explain how Gant instructed Lana to clean up the mess, Edgeworth 
    brings up a valid point - how did the body end up at the parking lot?  
    Well, you've proof, didn't you? Remember the screwdriver? Yes, the 
    one that Ema joked about it being a decisive evidence to solve this 
    case? Well, it is not exactly decisive, but it sure is important! 
    Present it.
    Think back to the day of the crime, when Gant unnecessarily asked 
    Edgeworth to go into the evidence room to pick up an evidence on a case 
    that isn't due for transferal yet back to the prosecutor's office. 
    Why'd he do that? Well, he needed a diversion to get Edgeworth away 
    from his car, that's why. Using that time slot when Edgeworth was 
    away, Gant planted the body in the trunk of Edgeworth's car. It was 
    Edgeworth who unwittingly "helped" to remove the body from the police 
    department to the prosecutor's office!
    Also, think back tp the photograph that Angel took at the prosecutor's 
    office. It was not a photo of the body being stuffed in the trunk to 
    be taken away. It was merely one of the body being discovered by 
    the person who told to discover it - Lana.
    Gant will now invoke his right as the chief of police to refuse 
    testifying. You'll need a concrete proof. Unfortunately, you've none. 
    So, select "no proof yet" and let Gant leave. This is when Edgeworth 
    reminds you that in the event that concrete proof can't be found, you 
    can still rely on testimony.
    Call Lana to the stands when given the opportunity to call one more 
    witness. This will give you another recess... wait, Gant returns 
    once more. Looks like he came back to threaten Lana. What a jerk.
    Now, you can go for your recess. Get ready for the final push.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: February 25, 2:04pm
    Edgeworth tells you that if Gant refuses to testify... this is when 
    Ema appears and completes the sentence - he also forfeits his right to 
    say anything as well. 
    She'll follow you into court for the last hurrah, while Edgeworth 
    tells you it's indeed time to end this. I mean, this FAQ is already 
    into the 300KB category!
    Save your game.
    Scene: District Court, Courtroom No. 9
    Date: February 25, 2:21pm
    Your last battle in court in this game pits you against Lana. She's 
    still fearful of Gant, and will lie through her skin just to protect 
    Ema. However, as she lies so much, her testimonies are also easy to 
    Lana tells you that she worked alongside Gant for years, and there's 
    no truth in your "blackmail" theory. She fabricated the evidence two 
    years ago all by herself. When she found Neil's body, she rearranged 
    the crime scene. Her only motivation was to get Darke convicted. It 
    had nothing to do with Ema.
    Press her when she says she rearranged the crime scene. She replies 
    that she was first to the crime scene, and she found the "halberd" 
    stuck in Neil's body. She then dismisses your "Neil died of an 
    accidental push from Ema" theory. This will lead to a discussion on 
    Darke's switchblade knife, and also her adding a statement that she 
    broke off the tio of Darke's knife, planted it inside the wound, and 
    moved the body.
    Press this new statement. When given the choice to press further, ask 
    "when did you move the body". She replies that the body was indeed at 
    Gant's desk as you suggested, She'll then add another new statement 
    that the pieces of the jar that shattered during the events threatened 
    her plan. 
    Press this new statement again. She replies that when she saw the jar, 
    it was already shattered to pieces. It must have been shattered during 
    the melee between Neil and Darke. Now, go back to this statement and 
    present the jar - if the jar was shattered during the melee, how 
    could Neil write down Ema's name in blood on it? 
    So, it looks like more information is needed about this jar and the 
    bloody message.
    Lana now claims that she immediately noticed the blood traces on the 
    jar, but it was too dark in the room, and she didn't have time to 
    check it out. To be safe, she wiped away the blood. The fragments were 
    large, so she was sure she got them all. All she could think about was 
    wiping them clean before they were discovered.
    An easy testimony to counter - just present the jar again when she 
    says that she got all the pieces of the fragments. She didn't get all 
    the pieces, did she? There was one piece in the safe of Gant! The 
    truth is getting clearer by each passing minute. Lana wasn't the first 
    person who arrived at the scene of crime. It was Gant. 
    Watch the series of objections and explantion, which will eventually 
    lead to Lana's third, and final, testimony. This is when you suspect 
    that the earlier outcome that you arrived for the SL-9 Incident may 
    yet be a wrong conclusion. Perhaps, just perhaps, Ema didn't kill 
    Neil at all.
    Anyway, let's go back to Lana's testimony.
    This time, Lana will tell the truth. When she arrived at the scene, 
    she already found Neil's body impaled on the armor's sword. Ema and 
    Darke were lying unconscious on the floor. When she saw what happened, 
    she thought Ema did it. That's why she erased all the evidence that 
    linked her to the murder. She had Gant helped her remove the body from 
    the sword and carry it. But if all she saw was just a fabrication, Ema 
    might yet be innocent!
    Before you even begin cross-examining her, she reveals that she has 
    already given the photo to the actual crime scene to you earlier. 
    Remember the book on Evidence Law? The judge will ask you to present 
    the photo, so find the book, check it, rotate it to its back and 
    point to the small logo on it to open it. The photo is right inside 
    the book. It's a picture of Neil impaled on the armor's sword. Note 
    also that a part of his vest was cut off - the slip of cloth you 
    found in Gant's safe?
    Lana's picture added to Court Record.
    Now, you won't have a chance to even cross-examine Lana, because Gant 
    suddenly interrupts the proceedings. Although he has given up his 
    right to testify, he could still present evidence. This is when he'll 
    force you to present the slip of cloth. But, how could you do it, when 
    Ema's handprint is on it? The judge will ask you whether do you really 
    have an evidence to present - well, even if you'll have to be 
    penalised for witholding evidence, say "cannot show evidence". You'll 
    tell the judge that you've nothing to present "at this point of time".
    NOTE: If you insist of presenting, the end result is GAME OVER for 
    you. Trust me!
    Watch now as Gant insists that you took something from his safe, 
    while you sheepishly deny. Gant now points to Lana's photo, about the 
    missing piece of cloth. This will, however, also implicate him as 
    really concealing evidence, but he doesn't seem to care anymore.
    He'll follow up by admitting that he was the first person to arrive at 
    the crime scene that day. It occured to him that he could use the 
    situation to control Lana. She knew that Lana will take the bait if he 
    made the crime scene looked like Ema has done it. He hid two pieces of 
    evidence before Lana arrived.
    He mentions that he hid these evidence "for insurance". He then 
    presents the jar again, and mentions about Ema's name being on it. 
    Edgeworth quickly objects, and says that the message on the jar could 
    be fabricated too.
    This is when he once again puts pressure on you to present the slip of 
    cloth. You'll then ask him whether did he cut the piece of cloth from 
    Neil's vest, and hid it in his safe. He'll admit it.
    NOTE: You asked that question for your own form of "insurance". We'll 
    come to it shortly.
    It has been a long battle, but the moment of truth has finally 
    arrived. Select "show evidence" now, then present the slip of cloth. 
    You'll once again verify with Gant that he cut the slip of cloth 
    from Neil's vest on the day of crime. Stupidly, he says yes again. 
    Victory is in sight.
    The result of showing this slip of cloth now is that the judge will 
    ask you whose handprint is it on the cloth. Select Ema. Yes, she'll 
    be briefly implicated, but you've laid your bait, and there's no 
    turning back now.
    Watch now as Gant happily gets ready to celebrate his victory. This 
    is when you start to explain why Ema COULDN'T have done it. This slip 
    of cloth does indeed proves who the real murderer is, but it's not 
    possible for Ema to be that person. The slip of cloth contains a 
    decisive contradiction.
    The judge will ask you what's the contradiction. Present Lana's photo 
    - the slip of cloth was cut from the left side of Neil's vest. The 
    photo shows clearly that Neil was stabbed on the left, leading to a 
    whole lot of blood on his shirt and vest. The slip of cloth, however, 
    looks decidedly clean. Looks like Ema has her print on the vest 
    because she pushed Neil aside, but someone cut the vest when Neil 
    was unconscious, then push Neil into the armor's sword, and wrote 
    Ema's name on the jar, then smashed it into pieces! And who could've 
    done that? Well, the person who admitted that he was first at the 
    crime scene!
    Amazingly, Gant will still not give up. He now argues that the slip 
    of cloth is illegal evidence. He claims that you've earlier concealed 
    this piece of cloth , and your act of concealment has rendered the 
    slip of cloth "illegal".
    At last, the time for you to reveal your plan has finally arrived. 
    When the judge asks you whether did you purposefully and illegally 
    concealed this piece of cloth, select "I did not".
    Watch now as your explain why the evidence is not illegal. It's not 
    that you "didn't" present it then, it's that you "couldn't"! The judge 
    now asks you to present something to prove that your conduct was not 
    in violation of the law. Present the evidence law book - rule no. 2: 
    "Unregistered evidence presented must be relevant to the case in 
    Indeed, Ema's print is on the cloth, but at that point of time, this 
    was merely a piece of cloth. It was impossible for you to prove that 
    this cloth has relevance to the SL-9 Incident. But when Gant stupidly 
    admits that he cut the cloth out from Neil's vest on the day of the 
    crime, at the crime scene, this evidence became relevant! This was 
    just like how Gant used you to get the switchblade now on record 
    earlier to confuse the investigation. You let him taste his own 
    Now, enjoy the final moments of the trial. There's nothing else to do 
    now except to watch your stylish victory. 
    Oh, you'll need the explanation as to why he killed Goodman too. So, 
    here it goes: Marshall and Angel were adamant in re-opening the SL-9 
    case, but they've no avail. When Goodman lost his ID card, and 
    borrowed Gant's card to do the transferal for the SL-9 case that day, 
    he finally asked Gant to re-open the case. It was then that Gant knew 
    he had to kill Goodman, which was why the murder was so hastily 
    committed, in the police department's evidence room.
    That's it, you've won the case! Well done, ace attorney. You'll be 
    rewarded with a smile from Lana - even though she'll still be 
    charged for all sorts of other reasons.
    Scene: District Court, Defendant Lobby No. 2
    Date: February 25, 5:03pm
    You've one final decision to make here. Edgeworth reveals his decision 
    to resign again, but Lana tells him that he isn't alone. He has you! 
    She'll then ask you to show Edgeworth an evidence from this case that 
    neither Edgeworth nor you would have been able to find our your own.
    Present the the evidence list - you've half of it, Edgeworth has half 
    of it. Oh, the love.
    Go through the conversation, which will eventually lead to the 
    another ending and credits. Congratulations, you've beaten Gyakuten 
    Saiban: Yomigaeru Gyakuten! Remember to shout "OBJECTION!" into your 
    mic for one last time towards the end, before the credits roll!
    NOTE: At the end of the credits, you'll need to rotate a book to see 
    a picture of a younger Lana (in police uniform) and Ema. 
    "No one can change the past. The only thing we can do is strive to 
    make up for our mistakes, so that we can find the way back to our 
    path towards a brighter future."
    - Phoenix Wright, Ace Attorney
    So, this is it. One of the best games I've played this year comes to a 
    conclusion. I don't know about you, but as a fan of mystery novels, 
    this game certainly appeals to me. This is also the main reason why I 
    decided to write a FAQ/Walkthrough for it.
    Still, as this is the longest walkthrough I've written so far, I'm glad 
    I was able to complete it. For a while, writing it has interfered with 
    my daily life so much that I considered giving it up. But emails of 
    encouragement and positive feedback kept me going, and I'm proud to 
    present this full version of document to you.
    The challenge, as I always say, is obviously for you to try solving 
    the crime by yourself, and only referring to this document when you're 
    stuck. The game is quite easy, but the linear nature of it also means 
    that you could get stuck at various stages if you don't know what to 
    do next. I hope you'll find this document useful when you encounter 
    these issues.
    Meanwhile, if you'd like to check out my other works, please go to
    this URL:
    Last but not least, I wish you all the best in the game. 
    Version 0.1: Created structure of guide. Almost completed Episode One,
    until the battery dies on me. (9.16.05)
    Version 0.4: Completed Episode One and Episode Two. Added some FAQs and 
    Credits. Fixed some typos and grammatical errors, as well as 
    restructure some sentences to facilitate easier reading. (9.18.05)
    Version 0.5: Completed the Controls and Getting Started sections while 
    my wife played with her Nintendogs. Completed Day 1 and 2 of Episode 
    3. Began Day 3 of Episode 3. Celebrated my birthday. (9.21.05)
    Version 0.8: Completed Episode 3 and 4. Streamlined the entire guide 
    for easier reading. Reduced amount of spoilers. (9.25.05)
    Version 0.85: Completed Day 1, and most parts of Day 2 from Episode 5. 
    Version 0.9: Completed Day 2, and began Day 3 from Episode 5. 
    Version 1.0: Guide completed. (10.3.05)
    Version 1.01: Miscellaneous changes, eg. typos, headers, etc. 
    Version 1.05: More miscellaneous changes. Added a pointer from Alex 
    Luke in Episode 5, Day 3 - Trial Latter, Marshal Cross-Examination 3. 
    Added a pointer from Webapprentice in Episode 3, Day 4 - Trial, 
    Vasquez Cross-Examination 1. Added a new question in the FAQs section. 
    Version 1.06: Fixed several spelling and grammatical errors, as well 
    as capitilization inconsistencies, thanks to The_Real_Gte. (10.25.05)
    Version 1.10: Updated Day 4 - Trial Former, Ema's Cross-Examination 3 
    with links to images showing how to solve the infamous "rotate the 
    unstable jar to look like the Blue Badger" puzzle. With compliments to 
    Alvin and Ben. (10.26.05)
    Version 1.12: Included new FAQs and an Easter Eggs appendix. (1.20.06)
    I'll attempt to answer potential questions that I think people will 
    ask here. If you've something that you're not sure, feel free to write 
    in and I'll try my best to answer them - but please do so only after 
    the guide is completed!
    Q: I understand that the Japanese version of this game has a fully 
    translated English game bundled in. I'd like to know how's the 
    translation. Is it good enough for me to complete the game without 
    having to reply on further translations?
    A: Yes, the translation is more than adequate for you to complete the 
    game. In fact, I don't consider it a translation at all. I believe 
    that the English version in this game will be very close to what will 
    be released in October as the US version of this game, perhaps only 
    with some minor cosmetic differences.
    Q: I did an "OBJECTION!" during the cross-examination as you 
    suggested in the guide, but the judge replied saying that he doesn't 
    see anything to object about. Why is it so?
    A: You could've objected on the wrong statement that the witness is 
    saying. You must object at the actual statement of contradiction. For 
    example, object when the witness says "I saw the body at 1:00pm" 
    instead of when he/ she says "Yes, that's what I saw", even though the 
    second sentence may have come immediately after the first.
    Q: If I object wrongly, what will happen?
    A: The judge will reprimand you. Do it a few more times and you'll, 
    yes, you'll lose the case.
    Q: How often can I save?
    A: You can save as often as you can, and as and when you can. The game 
    will restart at the exact point that you saved. Very nice.
    Q: I'm stuck during the cross-examination with Redd White in Episode 
    Two. I've done everything, pressed him, presented all items I've, yet 
    he doesn't bulge. What should I do?
    A: This is answered in the walkthrough. Read it to find out how to 
    get out of this situation.
    Q: What's the "Initial Trial" system mentioned so many times in the 
    A: This was introduced because the court had so many cases, they 
    decided to speed up the process. Under this system, all trials have 
    to end in three days. Which means, an attorney will only have these 
    time frame to gather clues for helping his or her client.
    Q: How do I make the unstable jar look like the Blue Badger?
    A: I'm glad to say that after asking around, I found someone who 
    managed to help me explain this much better - in the form of diagrams 
    and an actual screenshot! Please check the walkthrough for more 
    Q: "I followed every step you wrote, and yet ________________ (insert 
    event) didn't happen. WHY???"
    A: The MOST popular question I've received so far. Everyday, and I 
    mean, everyday, I get a question like this in my inbox. Now, I'm 
    pretty sure thatI've everything covered. Ten times out of ten, a 
    person who asks this question will eventually write back and tell me 
    that he/ she didn't actually "follow every step I wrote". All I can 
    say is that, if you find that an event that is supposed to happen 
    didn't, you *may* have have missed a step. The best way to solve the 
    problem is to backtrack and find out what it is. 
    Have questions? Email me at lestor_wong at yahoo.com. Please include 
    a subject and try to type in proper English. I understand that not 
    all people can type perfect English, I mean, I know I can't. But at 
    least try to make it easier for me to understand what you're asking, 
    or I may have no choice but to ignore the mail. Anyhow, I'll try to 
    answer all mails if I've the time, so feel free to write.
    This is contributed by Richforce:
    In the evidence room, when you examine some junk next to the lockers,
    you¡¯ll find the fishing pole and metal detector featured in Episode 
    Four, along with a ¡°radiolocator¡±. This locator was referred to as a 
    wave receiver in Episode 4 of Gyakuten Saiban 2. The rival prosecutor 
    of the game, who happens to be the daughter of Manfred von Karma, used 
    it to keep tabs on Gumshoe during the case, to make sure that he 
    didn¡¯t help you. It also became a decisive evidence late in the game. 
    When you input the code on Gant's safe, look at the upper right hand 
    corner of the top screen, and you¡¯ll see a logo that says ¡°KB¡±. In 
    Episode Two of Gaykuten Saiban 3, a security group called the KB 
    Corporation is featured quite prominently.
    Spotted any easter eggs? Send the entries in!
    List of thanks and etc.:
    Alice: My fellow mystery fan in the office. You'll love this game.
    Alvin: For the hints via SMS when I'm stuck - even though they didn't 
    really helped either. Most notably, also for the step-by-step diagram 
    of rotating the unstable jar to look like the Blue Badger. You rock!
    Ben: For showing me the actual screen shot of the unstable jar 
    looking like the Blue Badger.
    Capcom: What a wonderful, wonderful game. Thank you for Gyakuten Saiban 
    4, too!
    Erica: For finally returning the DS to me to play this game. Yes, I 
    know your dogs need a bath. I've won 1st prize in the frisbie 
    championship for you, twice, by the way.
    Alex Luke: For pointing out an error in Episode 5, Day 3 - Trial 
    Latter, Marshal Cross-Examination 3.
    Webapprentice from the GameFAQs.com board: For providing a tip in 
    Episode 3, Day 4 - Trial, Vasquez Cross - Examination 1 to avoid being 
    penalised. Check out his stuff too: 
    The_Real_Gte from the GameFAQs.com board: For helping to proof read 
    and pointing out almost all spelling and grammatical errors, as well 
    as capitilization inconsistencies.
    Richforce: For the Easter Eggs list.
    GameFAQs.com: For making this one of the FAQs of the Month (October 
    All other who wrote in with kind words and feedback: Thanks for 
    supporting this FAQ. I couldn't answer all of the emails, but rest 
    assured that I did read all of them. 
    If you like my work, and would like to extend a little donation, you 
    can PayPal it to lestor_wong at yahoo.com. After living with the 
    missus for a few years, we've finally decided to host our wedding this 
    November. Every dollar counts for me now. There's, however, totally no 
    obligation, of course. Cheers.
    Copyright Lestor Wong 2005-2006.

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