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Taketsuchi Auchi was a prosecutor in Japan during the Meiji period. He was an ancestor of Winston Payne and Gaspen Payne. He was arrogant and self-confident like his descendants after him would be. He used a fan in court, which was decorated with the kanji for "Guilty" (罪), and later for "Punishment" (罰).
Facing against rookies Edit
- Main Article: The Adventure of the Great Departure
Taketsuchi Auchi was the prosecutor in Ryūnosuke Naruhodō's trial for the murder of John Watson. His best friend, Kazuma Asōgi was originally the defense attorney but Naruhodō decided to defend himself so it doesn't affect his friend's trip abroad.
Loss to another rookie Edit
- Main Article: The Adventure of the Blossoming Attorney
- His surname "Auchi" (亜内) is a Japanese romanization of the English word "ouch".
- His given name "Taketsuchi" (武土) is visually similar to the Japanese word bushi (武士), meaning samurai.
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