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|The Adventure of the Runaway Room|
Feb. 18, 1900
|Defense team leader|
|Defense team assistants||
Susato Mikotoba* (Legal Assistant)
|Time of death||
February 15, 1900; 10:00 p.m.
|Weapon/cause of death||
Knife stab to the stomach
|Oscar Fairplay |
|Hart Vortex |
|Chief Justice's Office |
|...Very well. As you wish, I will grant you an opportunity. An examination acknowledging you as a specially approved attorney.|
This episode introduces the Jury Trials. All trials held in Britain have a jury consisting of six jurors, who can declare the defendant guilty when they all believe the trial has produced enough evidence.
In the middle of a cold winter's night, in the foggy city of London, an omnibus strolled down the street. Suddenly, a murder in the carriage occurs, both passengers on top of the omnibus claim to have seen the murder occur.
- When inspecting the omnibus, its back is labeled "Phoenix Wright Omnibus."
- This case has similarities to Farewell, My Turnabout. In both, the clients are — or at least, in the case of The Runaway Room, are very heavily implied to be — guilty, and the protagonist lawyer must go against defending his client in order to point out the truth. Unlike Farewell, My Turnabout, however, this case ends with an unjust not guilty verdict.
- Fairplay, Redifast and Beppo do no appear in the ending credits despite the former two not being guilty or arrested of any crimes.
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