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Not to be confused with the Jurist System from Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney.

The Jury is a group of six people who overlook trials with the Judge. These trials take place in the Old Bailey court in the United Kingdom.

While many of them are not established characters, some of them have a very minor connection to the case and some of them inadvertently give Ryūnosuke Naruhodō an angle to go off.

They are also jurors who have been named and reasonably established.

TrialsEdit

In Ryuunosuke Naruhodou's trials in the Great British Empire there consists of six jurors. They sit in front of the judge and are giving voters of fire to light the scale above the judge. If the chair behind turns black, the juror with fire their fire to the left black scale meaning "Guilty". If it's all white, that means "Innocent". Occasionally they will decide if the current defendant is guilty. If that happens then Ryuunosuke will have to examine the jurors and find which of their statements contradict the others. When he finds a contradiction, usually the jurors change their mind and say the defendant might be innocent. In addition, some jurors, even the unnamed one's, help out with the case itself.

Main article: The Adventure of the Runaway Room

Juror No. 1 Edit

He is an overenthusiastic old man, and a banker. He is the second juror to vote Cosney Megundal Guilty. He tries to tell Naruhodō that two different ways of stabbing don't matter but the autopsy report contradicts that. Despite that, he doesn't vote Not Guilty until Megundal tells the court that he released Gina Lestrade, only to change back when it's assumed she's lying. When the trial ends, he comments on how the situation is too much to ask of, even for the jury.

Juror No. 2 Edit

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Juror No. 2

This woman was dressed and acted like a maid. She works for a gentleman and hates uncleanness. After seeing the murder weapon, she deems Megundal unclean and votes him guilty, but she changes her mind when she learns of the payment of the omnibus ride. Before she can vote Guilty again, Naruhodō offers a new possibility in Lestrade's testimony. When the trial ends, she says all resembling trash should be thrown out of sight.

Juror No. 3 Edit

This man carried a barber's knife with him at all times. He constantly licks it and plays with it as if he was some sort of psycho killer. He hates rich people like Cosney Megundal and is first juror to vote him Guilty but changes his mind when his way of stabbing is differenr than Juror 6's, only to change again when he thinks Megundal's testimony is a lie. When the trial ends, he believes peace is the death of all "moneybags".

Juror No. 4 Edit

This woman doesn't talk to much during the trial. She constantly types on a typewriter claiming she's taking down notes. She is the fourth person to vote Megundal guilty but changes her mind when she learns of Megundal taking the fall for Lestrade, only to vote Guilty again afterwards.

She bears a striking resemblance to Ms. Primstone from Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney.

Juror No. 5 Edit

This man is in charge of all the carriage drivers, including Beppo, in the British Empire. He is constantly drinking from a flask. He is the fifth juror to vote Guilty by believing Beppo but also the first to reveal a contradiction in the jurors statements by revealing the payment for carriage rides. This results in him getting angry at Beppo, then he vote Guilty again when learns of the missing tools in the compartment. When the trial ends, he wonders if the evidence is real or not.

Juror No. 6 Edit

This elderly woman is knitting something for her grandchildren during the trial. She initially thought that Megundal is innocent because he donated money to the Megundal park she usually goes to at the time of the trial, making everyone believe Megundal is innocent. But Barok von Zieks reveals he got that money from being a loan shark, so she votes guilty. However, she changes her mind when Naruhodou points that the way she think the victim was stabbed is completely different than how Juror 3 thinks so, yet changes back when Lestrade appears to be lying. When the trial ends, she says it's disgraceful to doubt the man who donated the park.

Main articles: The Adventure of the Clouded Kokoro and The Memoirs of the Clouded Kokoro

Juror No. 1 Edit

See: Oscar Fairplay

Juror No. 2 Edit

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Juror No. 2

This Southern Belle juror can get quite angry. She didn't think anyone could where a green coat other than Viridian Green until Naruhodō mentions Juror 6. Then she, didn't think anyone would throw things at their spouses until Juror 5 mentions his own wife. When the trial ends, she comments on how hard the truth is handled.

She reappears for Natsume's next trial, this time for trying to poison William Petenshy. She has a crush on Petenshy.

Juror No. 3 Edit

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Juror No. 3

This juror is a peaceful young man. He can't think of any detour Natsume can take until Naruhodō reveals the construction involving Juror 5. Then he doesn't see any reason why books would be thrown out the window which was contradicted by Juror 6.

He reappers for Natsume's next trial, this time for trying to poison William Petenshy. He claims he did it because he is Japanese and has a funny mustache.

Juror No. 4 Edit

See: Joan Garrideb, John Garrideb, and Mrs. Altamont

Juror No. 5 Edit

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Juror No.5

This man works as a road worker and was in a hurry for the trial to end so he can back home to his wife and child. He was actually working on construction nearby when Sōseki Natsume was one his way home, but the workers didn't put up any sign to prevent people from going across the construction. One night when he was coming home the lost all his money in his pocket and his wife threw a cleaver at him.

During Sōseki Natsume's second trial, he reappeared as Juror No. 5 once again.

Juror No. 6 Edit

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Juror No. 6

This elderly male juror has a hard time hearing. During Natsume's first trial, he revealed that he slipped on the frozen Calabash road on his way home and fainted. But he didn't see any Japanese men. Later he mentions an incident on his seventy-fifth birthday where all the blown candles caught his flat on fire. He and his grandchildren tried to put it out with water and they opened the window to let the smoke out, the grandfather got a cold because of that. When the trial ends, the grandfather thinks this incident would make a great story for his grandchildren.

During Sōseki Natsume's second trial, he reappeared as Juror No. 6 once again.

Main article: The Adventure of the Unspeakable Story

Juror No. 1 Edit

See: John Garrideb

Juror No. 2 Edit

Maidjuror

Juror No. 2

This juror is the same one as second juror from Megundal's trial. She saw Nemmy and Tully Tinpillar as "eyesore trash". She reveals that she passes through East End to get groceries and the beggars turn to thieves and shooting London's great detective is truly trash to hear. Later, she figures that with only two bullets the case is solved, until Naruhodō reveals a third bullet that really shot Holmes.

Juror No. 3 Edit

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Juror No. 3

This man was the only juror of Gina Lestrade's trial to not appear a previous case before. He is opposed with a stereoscope and got angry when Juror No. 5 insulted it. His obsession helped Naruhodou with his case by comparing two photos.

Juror No. 4 Edit

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Juror No. 4

Juror No. 6 from Natsume's trials returns dressed as a doctor. He says someone wouldn't be alright if he forgot him. He worked on Sherlock Holmes when he was injured, and firearms expert Juror No. 6 helped him figure out why there was not bullet in the detective. Tobias Gregson says he's the best doctor in all of London. He slammed his head to cast his vote to the scale instead of his fist.

Juror No. 5 Edit

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Juror No. 5

The woman is the same as as the fifth juror from Megundal's trial. Here, she appears with a telegraph instead of a typewriter and it is revealed that she works with Robert Crogley at the communication company and reveals he is an amazing technician. She also notes that the Morse code on the discs doesn't sound like any Morse code she's ever heard of.

Juror No. 6 Edit

See: Dmitri Demiglaski

Main article: The Return of the Great Departed Soul

Juror No. 1 Edit

Newspaperjuror

Juror No. 1

This juror had a newspaper with him.

Juror No. 2 Edit

See: Anna Mittlemont

Juror No. 3 Edit

Magicianjuror

Juror No. 3

This juror was dressed as a magician.

Juror No. 4 Edit

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Juror No. 4

This juror appeared to be a scientist and carried test tubes with him, seemed to have history with the defendant, Benjamin Dobinbough.

Juror No. 5 Edit

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Juror No. 5

This juror was a young girl who ate corncobs throughout the trial. Amusingly, the sound of her eating corncobs is the same sound as Juror No. 4's typewriting from The Adventure of the Runaway Room.

John Clay Edit

Policemanjuror

Juror No. 6

This juror was constantly tired for most of the trial.

Main article:The Resolve of Naruhodō Ryūnosuke

Vortex's Friends Edit

These jurors do not physically appear.

Outside of TrialsEdit

Most of the unnamed jurors are almost never seen outside of the trial. However, a woman who looked entirely similar to the Juror No. 2 from The Adventure of the Runaway Room and The Adventure of the Unspeakable Story appeared in a stereoscope image at Hatch Windibank's shop.

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Megundal's fifth juror ready to take a photograph.

In Connette Rozaic's wax museum, there are wax figurines of the stocky male and policeman jurors. Also in the first day of Twisted Karma and His Last Bow, Juror No. 5 from The Adventure of the Runaway Room, simply called "a boy" here, takes a picture of Ryūnosuke Naruhodō, Susato Mikotoba, Yūjin Mikotoba, and Seishirou Jigoku.

Otherwise only Joan Garrideb, John Garrideb, and Anna Mittlemont have appeared outside of the trials they were jurors for, and only the latter two appeared after the trial as well.

Attempted revivalEdit

Main articles: Turnabout Succession and Jurist System

After noticing that a lack of evidence just isn't enough to receive a proper verdict, Ryūnosuke Naruhodō's descendant, Phoenix Wright, attempted to revive jury trials, through a concept known as the Jurist System. A test of this system was implemented in October 2026, in the trial of Vera Misham for the murder of her father. At least six jurors participated in this trial, one of them being Lamiroir, famous singer from Borginia, and Misham was found not guilty by unanimous decision. However, no known jury trials have occurred in the United States (nor Japan) since this case.

Development Edit

When creating the jury for the trial of Cosney Megundal. Takumi designed Juror No. 1 in the image of a certain character in the previous games. Juror No. 2 was designed as a “genuine working maid”, an opposite to Joan Garrideb. It’s also an occupation that easily shows British culture at the time. Juror No. 3 was designed in freestyle with a rich punk style in mind. Juror No. 4's appearance is said to be a reincarnation of a certain character, according to Takumi. Juror No. 6 was drawn with a Western old woman’s unique plumpness at first, but since Takumi’s image seemed to be somewhat different, they redesigned her with her current look. For Sōseki Natsume's trials, Juror No. 2 was designed as a “The Victorian-era Lady”. Juror No. 3 was designed as an “absentminded youth”. Juror No. 5 was designed as a manual laborer. Juror No. 6 was made as a mysterious old man.

NotesEdit

  • The Ace Attorney fansite Court-Records.net has given names to the unnamed jurors, but no sources indicate that they are official.

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