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Saturday, 18 April 2009

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Another trial won by controversial defence attorney Phoenix Wright

Only three words were in the defence attorney's vocabulary during the trial; "Take That!", "Hold It!" and "Objection!" all of which were shouted. Surprisingly, despite the lack of evidence, witnesses and talking in general, Phoenix Wright still won the case.

This is no abnormal feat for Phoenix Wright though. He has won around fifteen cases in recent years through shouting alone, with the occasional addition of a pointed finger. Whereas most other lawyers try to prove their points through the use of evidence and logical thinking, it has become apparent that Mr. Wright can get his points across just as well and can win a case by yelling phrases across the court room.

This recent trial has brought the competence of the prosecutors into question. The Judge who has been serving in the courtroom and judged every one of Phoenix's trials to date has said that prosecutor "Miles Edgeworth had hardly anything of value to say whilst Phoenix made wild accusations at the prosecutions witness. At one point he yelled 'I object!' with only 'That was objectionable!' as a reason for his outburst."

The trial is to be reviewed by the prosecutor's office on Monday and a decision on what is to be done about the prosecutors that are currently employed will be made in the meeting.

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