The First Turnabout: Part 21 - September 23rd, 2015, 12:00 pm
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[Posted by Nirvana star on September 18th, 2015, 2:26 pm]

Looks like they forgot the structure of the sentence when they were working on giving you some choices, so you get a very unusual sentence in panels 3-5.



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[Posted by Shadow_Da_Hedgie on September 23rd, 2015, 1:13 pm]

I think the dots are meant to imply that he was trailing off as he was thinking about whether Sahwit could have possibly known the victim before the murder. I AM NITPICKING~



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[Posted by The_mad_one on September 23rd, 2015, 1:43 pm]

And so begins Phoenix's career as prosecution attorney, claiming to be defense.



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[Posted by Shadow_Da_Hedgie on September 24th, 2015, 1:34 pm]

@The_mad_one: Well, technically, he's still defending his client.



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[Posted by The_mad_one on September 25th, 2015, 5:27 am]

@Shadow_Da_Hedgie: Every single chapter of every single game you're playing prosecution attorney. The defense thing is only a ruse.

Wright hardly even spends a moment defending. As soon as possible, he tries to find a suspect and starts prosecuting them.



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[Posted by Djoing on September 25th, 2015, 12:12 pm]

@Shadow_Da_Hedgie:
(FYI, he's barely seen anything from the games.)



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[Posted by Shadow_Da_Hedgie on September 25th, 2015, 6:59 pm]

@The_mad_one: Actually, he gathers evidence to prove that his client isn't guilty. The only issue is that when he has basically proven his client guilty, he is asked who he thinks did it, and the trial doesn't end until he finds a suspect and proves that they are the guilty one. It's just how the games work, to get your client off the hook, you have to find out who really did it. If you can't prove that there is another suspect other than your client, you can't really defend them, since they would be the only one who could have done it.

That said... I guess he could do more defending. He's more searching for the truth of cases rather than defending or prosecuting.


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