Gyakuten Saiban (2016)

25mAnimação, Crime, Drama, Mistério

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O advogado iniciante Naruhodou Ryuuichi levanta-se para salvar seus clientes provando suas inocências nos casos mais incomuns! O réu é culpado ou inocente? Acreditando na inocência de seu cliente, Naruhodou vai à corte e batalha seus juízes rivais. Com a palavra "objeção!" e evidências limitadas, Naruhodou dá à volta por cima quando todas as chances estão contra ele e parece que não há mais nada a fazer. Não perca as cenas cômicas entre ele e seu mentor Ayasaho Chihiro, sua assistente Asayato Mayoi e seu promotor rival Mitsuguri Reiji e várias personagens únicas! O anime também mostrará a relação de infância entre Naruhodou e seus amigos. Com as habilidades que herdou de seu mentor, Naruhodou revela a verdade!


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1The Lost Turnabout

Phoenix suffers a blow to the head from behind and loses his memory right before a trial, in which he is defending police officer Maggey Byrde for the murder of her boyfriend and fellow officer Dustin Prince.

1The First Turnabout

Naruhodo Ryuichi (Phoenix Wright), attorney at law, sets foot in a courtroom for his very first trial... in which he has to defend his best friend?!

2The Stolen Turnabout – 1st Trial

When the Kurain Village's sacred urn is stolen from an exhibit at the Lordly Tailor by the mysterious thief Mask DeMasque, Phoenix, Maya, and Pearl investigate the scene and meet self-proclaimed ace detective Luke Atmey.

2Turnabout Sisters - 1st Trial

A shocking murder leaves Mayoi (Maya), little sister of Chihiro (Mia), in a situation Naruhodo (Phoenix) cannot ignore.

3Turnabout Sisters - 2nd Trial

The trial for the chief's murder begins. Will Naruhodo (Phoenix) be able to get Mayoi (Maya) out of this?

4The Stolen Turnabout – 3rd Trial

After Phoenix and Maya notice that her urn has been covered in splotches and returned to its original shape, Adrian reveals she accidentally broke and tried to cover it up by moving a statue, which was in different position to when Phoenix first found it.

4Turnabout Sisters - Last Trial

The case reaches its climax, as Naruhodo (Phoenix) and Konaka (White) look to get each other convicted.

5The Stolen Turnabout – Last Trial

Godot begins the trial by stating that the CEO fired Ron for stealing confidential data and was blackmailing him in exchange for not telling Desirée.

5Turnabout Samurai - 1st Trial

Popular television hero Steel Samurai is arrested for murder, and it's down to Naruhodo (Phoenix) and Mayoi (Maya) to defend him.

6Sound the Turnabout Melody

Phoenix thinks back to his middle school days, three years after Edgeworth lost his father and began living with von Karma and Franziska.

6Turnabout Samurai - 2nd Trial

The investigation on the Steel Samurai case turns to a new direction, as the security lady's information gives our attorneys a valuable lead.

7Recipe for Turnabout – 1st Trial

Phoenix is surprised to hear that Maggey was found guilty in a murder trial that he himself was reportedly the defense attorney for.

7Turnabout Samurai - Last Trial

Will the true culprit of the Steel Samurai case be caught? And why did they do it?

8Recipe for Turnabout – 2nd Trial

Resuming their investigation at Trés Bien, Phoenix and Maya learn that Armstrong owes money to a loan shark. After getting more details from Kido, Phoenix and Maya visit the office of the loan shark in question and the one who impersonated Phoenix, Furio Tigre.

8Turnabout Goodbyes - 1st Trial

The body of a man shot dead is found in Gourd Lake, and the suspect is none other than...

9Recipe for Turnabout – Last Trial

Following a hole-filled testimony by Armstrong, Phoenix suspects that the murder Kido witnessed was actually a reenactment which took place after the actual murder.

9Turnabout Goodbyes - 2nd Trial

The trial begins, and the god of prosecutors immediately shows off his immense prowess.

10Northward, Turnabout Express – 1st Trial

On New Year's Eve, Phoenix and Maya, along with Gumshoe and the judge, are invited by Avery Richman to ride the maiden voyage of the Silver Star express train.

10Turnabout Goodbyes - 3rd Trial

Things are looking desperate, as a guilty verdict looms on the horizon. Will the secret behind this case be revealed?

11Northward, Turnabout Express – 2nd Trial

The details of Richman's original trial state that a secretary-general named Benjamin Cashanova was shot during a year-end ceremony, with Richman found with a pistol in the direction the gunshot came from.

11Turnabout Goodbyes - 4th Trial

Will the defense be able to prove the guilt of the real culprit? And how will they do it?

12Northward, Turnabout Express – Last Trial

Gumshoe reports about Gale's corpse and the "soul" he saw, which Phoenix reveals was a brief fire that he saw, as the train's cars were actually rearranged just before the takeover.

12Turnabout Goodbyes - Last Trial

Turnabout Goodbyes reaches to its shocking conclusion!

13Turnabout Memories

Five years ago, Phoenix is accused for the murder of Doug Swallow, who was electrocuted to death. Mia, who had previously been traumatized by her first trial a year ago, defends Phoenix in court, where Payne suggests Phoenix had bad blood with Swallow over his then girlfriend Dahlia Hawthorne and pushed him into a severed electrical cable.

13Turnabout Promise

With the DL-6 Incident and the lunch money case now solved, memories of fifteen years ago come flooding back.

14Hear the Waves of Turnabout

After accidentally breaking a precious seashell that she received from Maya, Pearl asks Phoenix to help her search for an identical looking shell without Maya knowing.

14Reunion and Turnabout - 1st Trial

A while after the last case, a new client arrives with the request to attend a channeling ritual.

15Turnabout Beginnings – 1st Trial

One year prior to her first meeting with Phoenix, Mia takes on her first client; a death row convict named Terry Fawles who is accused of murdering policewoman Valerie Hawthorne, with the assistance of her senior, Diego Armando.

15Reunion and Turnabout - 2nd Trial

Gumshoe gives his testimony, explaining that Grey was first stabbed before being shot by his own pistol. He presents Maya's ceremonial robes, which are covered in blood and have a hole in the sleeve. While Franziska claims that bullet hole is irrelevant, Phoenix notices the hole is missing a gunpowder burn that would appear if it was shot at close range. Lotta is then brought to the stand, presenting the photo she had taken of "Maya" when entering the crime scene. Phoenix notices that the person in the photo is missing the head ornament Maya was wearing, believing that another person was impersonating Maya. As Phoenix struggles to prove how this additional person entered the locked room, Pearl manages to channel Mia, who reminds Phoenix of the room key Pearl gave him, which proves the possibility of another person.

16Turnabout Beginnings – Last Trial

After Dahlia's attempt to feign ignorance only incriminates her further, Mia has Fawles testify about the incident from five years ago.

16Reunion and Turnabout — 3rd Trial

While returning to Kurain, Pearl explains to Phoenix how, when the murder took place, she was in an outdoor walkway trying to repair a sacred urn that she had accidentally broken. After speaking with Morgan, who explains how Maya was supposed to be next in line to inherit the channeling school following Misty's disappearance, Phoenix finds a piece of Maya's outfit in the incinerator where Pearl found the key. Coming across Lotta again, Phoenix finds a clothes basket with a hole in it, while Lotta gives him information on Ini, revealing she was in the same car accident as Mimi and had to undergo reconstruction surgery. As Phoenix questions Ini about the incident, Morgan goes with the police to join the investigation. On the second day of the trial, Phoenix asks Pearl to channel Mia again so that she doesn't hear what happens during the trial. The trial begins with Morgan testifying against Maya, claiming she fled from the channeling room after committing the murder, before Ini is brought to the stand.

17Bridge to the Turnabout - 1st Trial

Phoenix, Maya, and Pearl go to Hazakura Temple for Maya's training, where they meet children's book author Elise Deauxnim and nuns Bikini and Iris, along with Larry, who is studying as Elise's apprentice.

17Reunion and Turnabout — Last Trial

Ini claims that Maya, possessed by Mimi, came to see her in the side room following the murder. However, Phoenix finds this claim to be false, as she would have encountered Pearl trying to fix the urn in the walkway. Putting together the evidence, Phoenix deduces that Ini was hiding in the clothes basket in the channeling chamber, where she knocked out Maya and stabbed Grey, who used the last of his strength to try and shoot her. He further deduces that Morgan was her accomplice, helping her to frame Maya and dispose of evidence. Tasked with finding a motive for committing such a complicated murder, Phoenix questions Ini about the car accident, deducing from her statement that she is actually Mimi, who had been reconstructed with Ini's face following the accident that took the real Ini's life. Mimi reveals that she had hoped to escape her history of medical negligence following the accident, but when Grey's decision to hold a channeling ritual threatened to expose her, Morgan came up with the murder plan in order to frame Maya and have Pearl become the head of the Kurain school. Following the trial, as Morgan is arrested and the channeling school is temporarily closed, Pearl encourages Maya to return to Phoenix's side.

18Bridge to the Turnabout - 2nd Trial

While investigating the shrine, Edgeworth listens to Bikini's account of Elise's murder, learning that Pearl has gone missing, before meeting up with Larry, who appears to be hiding something he saw on the night.

18Turnabout Big Top — 1st Trial

Phoenix and Maya go to see the Berry Big Circus show headlined by magician Max Galactica. The next day, they discover that Max has been accused of murdering the circus' ringmaster, Russell Berry, though Max states he is innocent, as he was discussing his salary with him. After meeting Berry's daughter, Regina, Phoenix and Maya hear about the crime from Gumshoe, who claims that Max's ability to fly places him as the prime suspect as only the victim's footprints were found. Finding that most of the staff seem to also suspect Max because of his cocky attitude, they hear from Moe the Clown that Max allegedly hit Ben the ventriloquist with a bottle the other day. While looking through Berry's office, they find the contract that Max had mentioned to be dated a week prior to the meeting. Phoenix threatens to drop Max's defense, prompting Max to confess his strained relationship with the other performers, convincing Phoenix to change his mind. Phoenix ends up chasing a monkey to one of the performer's rooms, where they find a bust of Max and a diamond ring, which allegedly belongs to Ben's puppet, Trilo. Speaking through Trilo, Ben claims that he saw Max heading to the crime scene on the night of the murder, but Phoenix points out that he would've had to see the ringmaster too. Trilo rebukes Phoenix, saying he wasn't the only witness to the incident.

19Bridge to the Turnabout - 3rd Trial

During his testimony, Larry presents a sketch he drew of what he saw on the night of the murder, allegedly depicting Iris flying over the flaming bridge.

19Turnabout Big Top — 2nd Trial

As the trial begins, Gumshoe explains the strange circumstances of the case before Moe is brought to the stand as a witness, claiming that he saw Max flying off outside his window moments after Berry's murder. After the trial is postponed so that the prosecution can investigate how the murder occurred, Max reveals that he lent Berry his costume on the night of the murder. Revisiting the room they came across the previous day, Phoenix and Maya meet Ken "Acro" Dingling, an acrobat who lost the use of his legs six months ago, but he is dragged away by Franziska, who reveals she wants revenge against Phoenix for defeating Edgeworth. After hearing from Moe that Berry was angry about something on the morning of the murder, Phoenix checks his office and finds a threatening letter pertaining to an incident six months ago, calling Berry to the place where he was murdered. Asked about the incident, Moe explains how Acro's brother, Bat, was put into a coma by Regina's pet lion, Leon, who was then shot by Berry. Regina then reveals that she found the note while returning from Acro's room, leading Phoenix to suspect the note may be from Acro. As the trial resumes, Phoenix accuses Acro of being the one who plotted Berry's murder.

20Bridge to the Turnabout - 4th Trial

While Iris is brought in to work on the trick lock, Phoenix finds a charred letter instructing someone to channel someone, along with a talisman Elise was carrying.

20Turnabout Big Top — Last Trial

Phoenix deduces the mystery behind the crime scene, explaining that a bust of Max was dropped on Berry's head when he attempted to open a heavy box. When the bust was pulled back up, it latched onto Max's costume, leading Moe to mistake it for Max himself. Believing Acro, who lives directly above the scene, is the only one who could have committed the crime, Phoenix brings out the threatening note, explaining how it relates to the incident six months ago. He reveals that the reason Bat was attacked was because the scarf Regina gave him was covered in pepper, which caused Leon to sneeze and bite down on him, meaning that Acro's intended target was Regina. As the decisive evidence, the bust, appears to be nowhere to be found, Phoenix deduces that Acro has been hiding it inside his wheelchair, leading Acro to admit his guilt. Afterwards, as Moe takes over as the Big Berry Circus' ringmaster, Gumshoe gets in contact with Edgeworth.

21Bridge to the Turnabout - 5th Trial

As court resumes with Phoenix once again against Godot, Iris suddenly claims that she helped cover up Elise's murder after she was allegedly killed by Maya in self-defense. However, her testimony proves false with the reveal of real murder weapon and Elise's identity as Misty.

21Farewell, My Turnabout — 1st Trial

During a Hero of Heroes Grand Prix event held at a hotel, one of the actors, Juan Corrida, is murdered, with the current Nickel Samurai actor, Matt Engarde, accused of the crime. Just after learning about the murder, Phoenix is contacted by someone known as Shelly de Killer, who reveals he has kidnapped Maya and will only release her if Phoenix can get Engarde acquitted within the trial's first day. The next day, Phoenix interviews Engarde's manager, Adrian Andrews, and investigates Corrida's dressing room. Just before the trial the following day, Franziska is suddenly shot by a sniper hired by de Killer, prompting Edgeworth, who has returned from his long absence, to take her place on the prosecutor's bench.

22Bridge to the Turnabout - 6th Trial

Dahlia reveals she had plotted with Morgan to murder Maya and make Pearl head of the Kurain family so she could get revenge against Mia.

22Farewell, My Turnabout — 2nd Trial

At the start of the trial, Gumshoe explains that, despite the obvious knife wound on the body, Corrida was actually killed by strangulation. Oldbag, who had been working security at the hotel, then testifies that she saw Engarde leave Corrida's room, presenting a photo of the Nickel Samurai costume. Noticing that the person in the costume is shorter than Engarde, Phoenix accuses Adrian and calls her to the stand. She reveals that she had planned to hold a conference with Corrida in the Nickel Samurai costume, as he knew a secret about Engarde's career. With Adrian refusing to testify and a lack of evidence to convict her, Phoenix is unable to stop the trial from becoming extended. After Phoenix manages to convince de Killer to give him more time, Edgeworth, learning about Maya's kidnapping from Phoenix, deduces from a calling card Adrian had picked up from the scene that Corrida was killed by de Killer, suspecting Engarde was the one who contracted him. Meanwhile, Maya manages to briefly break out of the basement and find a framed photo of someone before de Killer catches her again. Inspecting the crime scene again, Phoenix and Edgeworth discover a hidden camera hidden in one of the teddy bears, discovering Engarde was the one sent it. When confronted about it, Engarde reveals to Phoenix that he is indeed the one who contracted de Killer to kill Corrida.

23Bridge to the Turnabout - Last Trial

Noticing that Maya was able to identify the true culprit in the dark, Phoenix deduces that the killer is Godot, whose red visor not only glows in the dark but also leaves him unable to see anything red, including the bloody message incriminating Maya.

23Farewell, My Turnabout — 3rd Trial

Revealing that he hid the camera as insurance against de Killer, Engarde reminds Phoenix about what will happen to Maya if he fails to secure a "not guilty" verdict. As Edgeworth asks Phoenix to think about what the right thing to do is, they hear the sound of Engarde's pet cat over de Killer's radio, leading them to Engarde's mansion. Although Maya is nowhere to be found by the time they get there, they discover a photo of Adrian's sister, Celeste, and a message from Maya telling Phoenix to find Engarde guilty no matter the cost. The next day, as Edgeworth brings in Adrian to testify about a teddy bear that was removed from the crime scene, Pearl manages to use Mia to inform Gumshoe about Maya's current whereabouts. Adrian explains that the bear was a gift to Corrida from Celeste, who hung herself after being dumped by Corrida after he learned about her relationship with Engarde. She further reveals that Corrida was planning to reveal Celeste's suicide note to the public during the conference, leading Adrian to tamper with the crime scene in order to implicate Engarde. As the note is revealed to be inside the bear that was taken from the scene, Phoenix calls for the note to be analyzed to buy some time. Gumshoe manages to find some evidence left behind by Maya, but ends up getting into a traffic accident en route to the courtroom, where de Killer decides to testify over a transceiver.

24Farewell, My Turnabout — Last Trial

De Killer claims that Adrian is his client, but exposes his lie when he wrongly assumes her to be a man. Just as de Killer adjusts his testimony and Engarde is about to be declared innocent, Franziska arrives with the video disk Gumshoe had picked up, containing footage of de Killer killing Corrida. Turning his thinking around, Phoenix shows the video to de Killer, revealing that Engarde had been planning to use it to blackmail him. Realizing he has been betrayed, de Killer cancels his contract with Engarde, choosing him as his next target, and releases Maya. Terrified for his own safety, Engarde is forced to confess his guilt. After the trial, as Franziska is baffled over Phoenix being happy with a guilty verdict, Edgeworth states that his battles with Phoenix have taught him that trust between attorneys and prosecutors is necessary in order to find the truth. As Maya is reunited with Phoenix, Edgeworth sees Franziska off at the airport.