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The Ace Attorney franchise is based around the adventure video games published by Capcom. In these games, the player takes on the role of an attorney who must uncover the truth behind crimes using evidence, cross-examination, and investigation. There are currently eight games in the series. The series has also spawned film, musical, and manga adaptations, as well as crossovers with other franchises.

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Ace Attorney (referred to as Gyakuten Saiban (lit. "Turnabout Trial") and Gyakuten Kenji (lit. "Turnabout Prosecutor") in Japan) is a meta-series of primarily text-adventure video games created by Shu Takumi and published by Capcom for the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS handheld systems, with ports for Microsoft Windows, WiiWare and iOS. These games follow various lawyers in their battles in the courtroom and their investigations of crime scenes. The first four games, which were originally released between 2001 and 2007 in Japan, comprise the "Gyakuten Saiban" (meaning "Turnabout Trial") series, and follow defense attorneys Phoenix Wright and Apollo Justice as they give their all to defend their clients in a courtroom setting resembling that of the Japanese legal system, using investigative skills, cross-examinations and evidence. The next two games, the first released in 2009 and the second (to date in Japan only) in 2011, are part of an ongoing interquel series, Gyakuten Kenji, and follow prosecutor Miles Edgeworth as he investigates various crime scenes to find the truth behind the crimes using evidence collection, logic and arguments with other people.(more...)

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Drew Studio was the home of Drew and Vera Misham until Drew was murdered. The letterbox beside the door is the main method of communication with the outside. Although it appears to be a normal art studio, it actually produces high-quality forgeries.

In 2019, famed magician Zak Gramarye was accused of the murder of his mentor, Magnifi Gramarye. Intending to take Zak's case and win, Kristoph Gavin contacted Drew Misham to manufacture a page from the victim's diary, which would implicate the other half of Zak's magic act, Valant Gramarye. Gavin came to Drew Studio to meet the forger, Drew's daughter Vera Misham, and obtain the forged evidence. He gave Vera a bottle of nail polish, which he had secretly laced with atroquinine poison. He had noticed that Vera bit her nails when nervous; all she needed to do was bite her nails while wearing the polish and Gavin's plan to cover his tracks would work. Later, Gavin mailed a $100,000 payment letter for the forgery, enclosing a commemorative stamp of Troupe Gramarye and telling Drew to send a confirmation receipt using the stamp. Gavin had laced the stamp, too, with atroquinine. However, Vera became fond of the stamp, framed it, and put it on her desk, leaving Drew to reply to Gavin with a different stamp.

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