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Gyakuten Saiban - Gyakuten Kūkō
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Trial data
Dates

Mar. 12-16, 2028

Courtroom No.

3

Presiding judge

(link)

Defense team leader

Phoenix Wright

Defense team assistants

Athena Cykes

Prosecutor

Klavier Gavin

Defendant

Apollo Justice

Victim

Masamichi Uranashi

Time of death

Mar. 12, between 1 p.m. & 2 p.m.

Weapon/cause of death

Stabbed & poisoned

Verdict

Not Guilty

Gyakuten Saiban - Gyakuten Kūkō (逆転裁判-逆転空港; lit. "Turnabout Trial - Turnabout Airport") is an Ace Attorney light novel published exclusively in Japan on February 15th, 2017. It is the second of two such novels written by Mie Takase and featuring original illustrations by Kikuyaro, with the other being Gyakuten Saiban - Gyakuten Aidoru.

The plot involves Apollo Justice being defended by Phoenix Wright over the murder of a politician named Masamichi Uranashi.

SynopsisEdit

Apollo Justice becomes the prime suspect after a prominent politician called Masamichi Uranashi is murdered at an airport. Having faith in his subordinate at the Wright Anything Agency, Phoenix Wright takes takes on Justice's defense in order to prove his innocence.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "逆転裁判 逆転空港 (角川つばさ文庫) 新書". Amazon.co.jp. Retrieved on 2018-03-01.
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