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- This article is about the piece of evidence in The Imprisoned Turnabout. For other evidence with the same name, see Crime Scene Notes (disambiguation).
Knightley's murder[edit | edit source]
- Main article: The Imprisoned Turnabout
Edgeworth took the notes while examining the body. He later used the notes to prove that Jay Elbird could not have heard the victim scream, as Knightley died from a stab to the throat. This eventually revealed that Elbird had not been in his cell, since he never heard the scream.
Later on, while questioning Frank Sahwit about the discovery of the body, Edgeworth used it to reveal that Sahwit could not have seen the snowflake design on Knightley's ring, as the ring was already covered by a sheet. This eventually allowed him to discover that Sahwit's bracelet was broken.
Later on, he used it to link Elbird's escape tunnel to the crime, as a sweet scent was common between the body and the tunnel. Afterwards, it was used to help deduce that the body was switched with the weights in Simon's device. Later on, after Missile detected a sweet scent on warden Patricia Roland, Edgeworth used it to prove that Roland was the killer.
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