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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
 
* The design of the badge is of a sunflower with the scales of justice in the center and is based upon the real badges worn by defense attorneys in [[Japan]]. Sunflowers are seen to symbolize freedom and justice owing to their habit of always facing the sun.
 
* The design of the badge is of a sunflower with the scales of justice in the center and is based upon the real badges worn by defense attorneys in [[Japan]]. Sunflowers are seen to symbolize freedom and justice owing to their habit of always facing the sun.
* [[Godot|Diego Armando]] and [[Raymond Shields]] are, to date, the only defense attorneys met in-game who do not openly wear their attorney badges. In contrast, not wearing [[prosecutor's badge]]s is the norm among prosecutors. However, despite never wearing his prosecutor's badge, Miles Edgeworth openly wore the attorney badge Wright gave him during his brief time as a defense attorney.
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* [[Godot|Diego Armando]] and [[Tateyuki Shigaraki]] are, to date, the only defense attorneys met in-game who do not openly wear their attorney badges. In contrast, not wearing [[prosecutor's badge]]s is the norm among prosecutors. However, despite never wearing his prosecutor's badge, Miles Edgeworth openly wore the attorney badge Wright gave him during his brief time as a defense attorney.
 
* In ''[[Rise from the Ashes]]'', if the player presents Wright's badge to [[Ema Skye]], she scientifically analyzes its composition as mostly silver, with gold plating that is "flaking a bit". Noting the lack of "corrosion due to sulfides", Skye goes on to offer Wright $50 for it, which the latter refuses.
 
* In ''[[Rise from the Ashes]]'', if the player presents Wright's badge to [[Ema Skye]], she scientifically analyzes its composition as mostly silver, with gold plating that is "flaking a bit". Noting the lack of "corrosion due to sulfides", Skye goes on to offer Wright $50 for it, which the latter refuses.
 
* Examining the ID number on the back of Wright's badge in ''Rise from the Ashes'' triggers a conversation between Skye and Wright where he states that, since each badge has its own unique ID number, an attorney would be found out straight away if they tried to lend it to someone else. However, this did not stop him from lending the badge to Edgeworth in ''[[Bridge to the Turnabout]]'', with no-one (aside from [[Franziska von Karma|the presiding prosecutor]]) appearing to notice the deception.
 
* Examining the ID number on the back of Wright's badge in ''Rise from the Ashes'' triggers a conversation between Skye and Wright where he states that, since each badge has its own unique ID number, an attorney would be found out straight away if they tried to lend it to someone else. However, this did not stop him from lending the badge to Edgeworth in ''[[Bridge to the Turnabout]]'', with no-one (aside from [[Franziska von Karma|the presiding prosecutor]]) appearing to notice the deception.
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