Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 12:47
Wright was then put before a hearing conducted by the Bar Association of other lawyers in his field. They determined that he was responsible for the forgery and all of them except Kristoph Gavin voted for Wright's disbarment. Even after losing his badge, however, it was apparent that the judge and those involved with the law still carried him in somewhat high esteem. This event became the foundation of what was to become known as the " dark age of the law ", with the trial of Simon Blackquill the following year starting this so-called "age" in earnest.
Wright faced Godot in court again. Iris suddenly offered herself up as a witness against Maya Fey, but Wright eventually realized that "Iris" was actually Hawthorne, who was being channeled. Hawthorne claimed that Maya was dead, having killed herself out of guilt for murdering her own mother, but Wright realized that Maya had, in fact, channeled Hawthorne to protect herself, after channeling Mia to ask for her help. As Mia appeared in Pearl's body to tell Hawthorne that she would never win against her, Hawthorne left Maya's body. Godot then demanded that Wright face him alone, without the help from Mia that had saved Wright in his previous trials. Wright took on this final challenge and implicated Godot as the killer.
Years later , Luke Atmey stated that Wright probably received the same message on his school report card every year: "Careless, with tendency to jump to conclusions." Atmey was most likely only taunting Wright, although judging from the lawyer's reaction, this wasn't far from the truth. He has stated that his teachers always said he was "a good thunker" [sic] and has also related that it was pouring with rain on the day of his elementary school graduation.
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One day during fourth grade, Wright was accused of stealing the lunch money of a classmate, Miles Edgeworth. Due to the lack of an alibi, everyone assumed Wright was the culprit, but Edgeworth and another classmate, Larry Butz , came to his defense. Edgeworth asserted that Wright could not be proven guilty without evidence. The three became inseparable friends after that. It was revealed, 65 years later , that, even though he had not been in school that day, Butz had in fact been the one who stole the money.
Wright and the others later visited Iris in the detention center. Wright showed some lingering feelings for her (he had his eyes on her the whole time), but Pearl slapped him for what she saw as disloyalty to Maya, giving him a nosebleed.
As is standard with fighting games, Wright has a number of alternative costumes he can wear, the color schemes of which are which are all references to other characters, namely Miles Edgeworth, Dick Gumshoe, Larry Butz, Godot, and Sissel from Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective . A downloadable "Feenie" (. as a college student ) costume is also available.
Watching the ensuing trial , it was revealed that there were no defense attorneys in the country's court system because of the Defense Culpability Act. Instead, verdicts were decided via the spirit medium powers of Khura'in's mystic princess Rayfa Padma Khura'in , which allowed for the viewing of the victim's final moments. Faced with seemingly overwhelming evidence, Ur'gaid was declared guilty. However, Wright then appeared at the empty defense's bench and declared that a verdict without a defense was unacceptable, and so he would take on Ur'gaid's case. Despite the overwhelming odds and hostility from the courtroom gallery, Wright proved that Ur'gaid was innocent and that the head monk, Pees'lubn Andistan'dhin , had committed the murder and stolen the Founder's Orb. After the trial, Wright met the Justice Minister Inga Karkhuul Khura'in , who told him to keep out of the courtroom.
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During the trial, Wright determined that the "time travel" had actually been an elaborate ruse set up by the Sprocket family to cover up the murder, where the reception was merely re-enacted at a later time. After much deliberation, Wright concluded that the true killer had committed the crime during the wedding ceremony as part of an attempted revenge plot on Sorin. After Wyatt was declared not guilty, Wright attended her wedding alongside Edgeworth, Butz, Fey, Cykes, and Ema Skye.