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Beh'leeb Inmee
Look dear, the royal priestess has come to visit us. Yes... Mm-hm. ...What's that? ...Oh, of course... hee hee.
Phoenix Wright
(Sh-She's talking with his funeral picture!)

Beh'leeb Inmee is the widow of Abbot Tahrust Inmee, the high priest of the Kingdom of Khura'in. She was questioned by Phoenix Wright following the death of her husband during the Purification Rite.

A devoted couple[]

Beh'leeb and Tahrust Inmee were devout Khura'inists, and observed all its practices. Every year, Beh'leeb would cook a wonderful meal for the Feast of Blessings, and then play the part of Lady Kee'ra as part of the Purification Rite. Their love for each other was well-known, and they even prayed at the same time of day. It was believed that their faith included total loyalty to the monarchy. They spoke to royal family members with reverence and humility.

In truth, the couple were members of the Defiant Dragons, a rebel group that opposed the Defense Culpability Act and the regime of Queen Ga'ran Sigatar Khura'in. They both believed that this law was unjust, and hoped to work towards abolishing it. Not even their closest friends suspected them of being insurgents.

The acolytes[]

At some point in 2026, they took in an acolyte named Puhray Zeh'lot. The disciple was like a son to her, and she was proud of his seeming devotion to Khura'inist religious practices. Some time afterwards, they befriended Maya Fey during her training in their country. Beh'leeb and Fey bonded over their mutual appreciation of children's action shows, and traded merchandise as part of a cultural exchange. The Steel Samurai watch she obtained had an alarm on it, which she set to go off during her prayer time.

Bitter losses[]

Main article: The Rite of Turnabout

With Zeh'lot, Tahrust, and Fey during the Feast of Blessings.

Two years after the Inmees took in Zeh'lot, Beh'leeb conspired with her husband to prepare the rebel hideout for fellow rebel Datz Are'bal's prison escape during the Feast of Blessings. Before the plan was put into action, Beh'leeb learned that Tahrust had received a threatening letter signed by Lady Kee'ra, who had recently been attacking rebels. The letter warned the abbot not to go through with the escape plan. Despite the warning, Beh'leeb went to make preparations at the hideout located in the Inner Sanctum. It was there that she encountered Zeh'lot, who had arrived to investigate the area. Upon realizing that she was a member of the Defiant Dragons, he announced that he was a member of Minister Inga Karkhuul Khura'in's secret police tasked with killing rebels, which he claimed to be able to do with impunity. When Zeh'lot lunged at her, Beh'leeb retaliated by pushing a large stone slab toward him, which caused him to be fatally impaled by the warbaa'd statue at the hideout's entrance. During this conflict, the alarm on her watch went off and played the Steel Samurai theme. Not having intended to kill Zeh'lot, Beh'leeb was noticeably shaken by his death.

The following day, her husband Tahrust was found dead at the Inner Sanctum after the Purification Rite, in which their acquaintance Fey played the role of Lady Kee'ra in her place, because she was pregnant at the time. The loss of her husband had devastated the already traumatized Beh'leeb, and she entered a period of mourning. After Fey was arrested for the murder, her friend Phoenix Wright visited the Inmees' residence with Princess Rayfa Padma Khura'in to question Beh'leeb about Tahrust's death. She didn't pay much attention to Wright's questions at first, but opened up to him after being confronted with the letter. She claimed that Tahrust was not an insurgent, but refrained from telling the police out of fear he would be suspected and arrested anyway. Soon after their exchange, Rayfa received word that her mother had issued a decree that a Prayer of Lament be conducted in Tahrust's memory. Wright and Rayfa later accompanied Beh'leeb to Ga'ran Palace, where the prayer was conducted by the queen.

Although Wright did his best to defend Fey in court the next day, she was found guilty of Tahrust's murder, with Wright being sentenced to death along with her in accordance with the Defense Culpability Act. It was then that Zeh'lot's body was found in the Plaza of Devotion and Fey was charged with his murder as well. Later that day, Beh'leeb was once more visited by Wright and Rayfa. Wright asked her if she truly believed that Fey was her husband's murderer. She said since that was the verdict, she didn't know what else she was supposed to believe. Wright told her that the verdict left out the real truth of the matter. When Beh'leeb asked Wright why he was so certain, he answered that his faith in Fey's innocence was all he had. Moved by the faith he was risking his life over, she agreed to tell him what she could, though she warned him that his descendants and disciples would be cursed for eight generations if his faith was not true.

She told him of how Zeh'lot had first come to live in their home, and the close bond they had shared. She also talked about the Feast of Blessings, and some of the eating customs involved. Finally, she told Wright that Zeh'lot had excused himself to allegedly begin his prayers after the meal, and that Fey had left shortly thereafter to begin rehearsing for the Rite. She chose not to tell Wright about her role in Zeh'lot's death, and told him that it was too much for her to think about her husband and his disciple.

Beh'leeb attended Fey's subsequent trial for the second murder. Wright, suspecting Tahrust to be the culprit behind Zeh'lot's murder, asked Fey to channel his spirit so that he could be questioned about his actions during the Feast of Blessings. Wright slowly pieced together the truth behind Beh'leeb's involvement in Zeh'lot's death, and it was revealed that Tahrust's death had been a suicide. Unbeknownst to his wife, he had moved Zeh'lot's body to the Plaza of Devotion to move suspicion away from her. Because of the Defense Culpability Act, he had felt there was no other way to protect his wife than to take his own life and frame Fey as a serial killer.

Beh'leeb Magatama

Exorcising Tahrust's spirit from Fey's body.

After her husband's true cause of death was revealed, Beh'leeb chose to confess, realizing that Fey would be falsely convicted otherwise and she was already unable to deny the allegations brought against her. Tahrust apologized for having to leave her, but promised that he would always watch over her, and she likewise promised to always think of him for as long as she lived. She then exorcised her husband's spirit from Fey's body with a Magatama of Parting and bid farewell to him as tears streamed down her face.

Unbeknownst to the guards, Are'bal and Dhurke Sahdmadhi had been watching the trial, and, as soon as they could, attacked the courthouse to help Beh'leeb escape. Before she left, she went to the accused lobby to apologize to Fey and Wright for all the trouble she had caused them. She threw off her widow's veil and used her lipstick to draw the mark of Lady Kee'ra — a symbol of resolve to fight to the end — on her forehead, saying she would continue what her husband had started by ensuring that no one else had to die because of the Defense Culpability Act. She then escaped from the courthouse with Are'bal and Sahdmadhi.

Role in the revolution[]

Main article: Turnabout Revolution

Leading the people into revolution.

Beh'leeb would go on to continue her work with the revolutionaries, reaching out to anyone who felt like the government's laws had affected them wrongly. When Sahdmadhi was arrested of the murder of Justice Minister Inga, she led a march of rebellious civilians to protest against Queen Ga'ran's regime and the Defense Culpability Act.

After Sahdmadhi's trial, Beh'leeb gave birth to her child, Faitah Inmee, and was seen smiling happily. No serious repercussions seemed to have been given to her for her killing of Zeh'lot in self-defense.


Beh'leeb Inmee
I will make amends by picking up where my husband left off. I will see the revolution through, so nothing like this can ever happen again! For that is the depth of my love for my dearly departed husband!


It is difficult to say what Beh'leeb is like normally, as most interactions with her take place after she was heavily traumatized by discovering her friend was a ruthless assassin, being forced to kill him, and losing her husband in short order. However, she is known as a gentle and loving wife to Tahrust, and is implied to have had a happy marriage life. Since Tahrust's death, she has often been seen carrying his funeral picture and talking to it, acting as if she could hear his voice replying, or holding it up in front of her face and pretending to be him, even calling herself "lovely wife" (as how Tahrust calls her) in that pretense.

Beh'leeb has a strong conviction of the importance of defense attorneys to a functioning society despite the tragedy of Amara Sigatar Khura'in, and is willing to accept a murder and treason charge as well as probable execution to protect Fey and Wright from a false conviction. She is also highly competent when it comes to the physical side of the rebellion, being able to figure out a plan of escape with Are'bal shortly after her confession, despite being in full view and custody of the court's guards and being able to lead a revolutionary army despite being pregnant.

Beh'leeb is also a big fan of The Plumed Punisher: Warrior of Neo Twilight Realm and previously owned a very rare Plumed Punisher strap, one of a kind, which played the show's theme song. She eventually gave this to Maya Fey in exchange of an equally rare Steel Samurai watch, which she treasures.


  • Japanese - Sāra Ātamu (サーラ・アータム):
    • Her Japanese given name comes from "sarasara" (さらさら), which means "flowy" or "silky," referencing her silky hair. Her name contrasts her husband, whose name means "to make bald."
    • Her Japanese surname comes from "atama" (頭), meaning "head."
  • English - Beh'leeb Inmee:
    • Her name in English is a play on "believe in me."
  • French - Phri'ey Pur Mo'ah:
    • Her name in French is a play on the sonority of "priez pour moi", which translates as "pray for me", referencing her mourning of her husband.
  • German - Sayde Ne'har:
    • Her German name is a play on "Seidenhaar", which means "silk hair."
  • Chinese - Chángfǎ Sēnlǚ (常法.森呂):
    • Her Chinese name "Chángfǎ Sēnlǚ" (常法.森呂) is a pun on the phrase "Chángfà Sēnglǚ" (長髮僧侶/长发僧侣), which translates as "long-haired monk".


  • Beh'leeb is unique among Ace Attorney culprits in that Tahrust does most of the work of altering the crime scene to frame someone else, and testifying as the final witness in court. Beh'leeb does not even take part in the court proceedings until the very end.