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Dali is a female Asian elephant who is part of the Berry Big Circus. She was used in the circus's stage show that visited the local prison when Manosuke Naitō was murdered.

Circus elephantEdit

Main article: Turnabout Big Top

Dali was part of the circus performance that Phoenix Wright, Maya Fey, and Pearl Fey attended prior to the murder of Ringmaster Russell Berry.

The "love triangle"Edit

Main article: The Imprisoned Turnabout

Two years after the resolution of the Russell Berry murder case, Dali, Regent, and Sōta Sarushiro performed at the local prison. The plot of said show consisted of a romantic tale about the forbidden love between an elephant and a tiger, with a mischievous monkey also being involved to form a love triangle. However, because the circus's monkey was much smaller than his co-stars, Sarushiro took on the role instead.

The final trick in the show initially required Sarushiro to be literally blown away by Dali's trunk in order to break up the "love triangle", although he managed to find an alternative method via a device he set up himself. During the show, he used this device to allow him to pass behind a high curtain and make his exit, thereby giving him fifteen minutes without an alibi. When Manosuke Naitō was found dead in one of the prison's workrooms, Hakari Mikagami used this fifteen minute gap to argue that Sarushiro could have killed Naitō during this time.

During Miles Edgeworth's investigation in the prison courtyard, he noticed a crate of apples during Little Thief's reenactment of the scene during the show.

Betrayed by a trainerEdit

Main article: The Grand Turnabout


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