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Phoenix Wright has lost his badge twice. The first time was when [[Money]], a monkey performing at the [[Berry Big Circus]], [[Turnabout Big Top|stole]] it. The second time was when Wright got [[Turnabout Succession|disbarred]]; he lost his badge and had to investigate without it. Wright also [[Bridge to the Turnabout|once]] lent it to [[Miles Edgeworth]], so that the latter could investigate on his behalf and take his place in court.
 
Phoenix Wright has lost his badge twice. The first time was when [[Money]], a monkey performing at the [[Berry Big Circus]], [[Turnabout Big Top|stole]] it. The second time was when Wright got [[Turnabout Succession|disbarred]]; he lost his badge and had to investigate without it. Wright also [[Bridge to the Turnabout|once]] lent it to [[Miles Edgeworth]], so that the latter could investigate on his behalf and take his place in court.
   
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[[Diego Armando]] is, to date, the only defense attorney met in-game who doesn't openly wear his attorney's badge. [[Gregory Edgeworth]], [[Mia Fey]], [[Kristoph Gavin]], [[Marvin Grossberg]], [[Apollo Justice]], Phoenix Wright, [[Calisto Yew]], and even Miles Edgeworth all openly wore their badges on their jacket lapel during their time as defense attorneys.
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* 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]].
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* [[Diego Armando]] is, to date, the only defense attorney met in-game who doesn't openly wear his attorney's badge. [[Gregory Edgeworth]], [[Mia Fey]], [[Kristoph Gavin]], [[Marvin Grossberg]], [[Apollo Justice]], Phoenix Wright, [[Calisto Yew]], and even Miles Edgeworth all openly wore their badges on their jacket lapel during their time as defense attorneys.
 
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Revision as of 17:38, May 28, 2013

Badge

An attorney's badge.

Cardboard

Furio Tigre's cardboard badge.

Phoenix Wright
Hey, look. It's my attorney's badge.
Dick Gumshoe
Ha ha. Good one, pal. You're always good for a laugh with your little badge. But a real man... A real man has a police badge.
Pearl Fey
Uh, um... Mr. Nick?
Phoenix Wright
What is it, Pearls?
Pearl Fey
I was wondering if I could see it, too?
Phoenix Wright
Ah, no, it's OK. It's not that important anyway.

An attorney's badge is a defense lawyer's main piece of identification for legal purposes. It has a number on the back that denotes an ID number for its owner and is mainly composed of silver. However, one can fool the court using a fake badge, as Furio Tigre once did with a cardboard version.

The attorney's badge can almost always be found in the court record, as a defense attorney requires it as proof of their occupation. Defense attorneys appear quite proud of their badges, although Phoenix Wright in particular seems to have been very fond of his. Attorneys occasionally need to present their badge to offer to take people's cases, though usually Wright just flashes it proudly whilst his audience makes a disparaging remark or dismisses it entirely. In contrast, prosecutors also have badges, but rarely wear them since they are state-appointed.

Phoenix Wright has lost his badge twice. The first time was when Money, a monkey performing at the Berry Big Circus, stole it. The second time was when Wright got disbarred; he lost his badge and had to investigate without it. Wright also once lent it to Miles Edgeworth, so that the latter could investigate on his behalf and take his place in court.

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.
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