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The Los Angeles Police Department gives past cases classifications that follow the form of [letter][letter]-[number] and is normally followed by the word "Incident". The word "incident", therefore, may refer to any of the following:
- The IS-7 Incident – the murder of Isaku Hyōdō on Dec. 23, 2000, for which Issei Tenkai was framed. This incident led to the events of the DL-6 Incident.
- The SS-5 Incident – the apparent kidnapping of Teikun Ō on Feb. 10, 2007, during which Ryūji Kamei was killed.
- The KG-8 Incident – the murder of Cece Yew in either 2008 or 2009 by an international smuggling ring to stop her testifying against them.
- The SL-9 Incident – a series of murders, known colloquially known as the "Joe Darke Killings", that culminated in the death of prosecutor Neil Marshall in the Los Angeles Criminal Affairs Department on Feb. 19, 2015.
- The AI-16 Incident – an incident that was resolved half a year before the murder of Bruce Goodman on Feb. 22, 2017. The only known details about the case are from Miles Edgeworth, who was asked during Goodman's murder to transfer a blue screwdriver that was evidence in an incident labeled "AI-16". Phoenix Wright found a similar blue screwdriver in April May's hotel room during his investigation into Mia Fey's murder, which incidentally also happened half a year earlier. However, it is not made clear if it is the same screwdriver or case.