|Juror 4 (typewritist)
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An unnamed typewritist was Juror 4 in the trial of Magnus McGilded for the murder of "Thrice-Fired" Mason, for which she brought along her typewriter. Two months later, she was once again called as a juror in the trial of Gina Lestrade for the murder of Pop Windibank, although this time appearing in court as telegraphist, complete with telegraph equipment, rather than the typewriter she had before. She worked as a communications officer at London's central communication station. She was part of a team responsible for setting up and testing the telegraphs used by the ministry.
- Main article: The Adventure of the Runaway Room
The typewritist was called as a juror in the trial of Magnus McGilded for the murder of Mason Milverton. She was the fourth juror to vote McGilded guilty during the trial but changed her mind after learning that he had tried to cover for Gina Lestrade, only to once again vote guilty as the trial progressed.
- Main article: The Adventure of the Unspeakable Story
Two months after her previous court appearance, the typewritist was once again called as a juror, this time in the trial of Gina Lestrade for the murder of Pop Windibank. Rather than her typewriter, this time she instead brought telegraph equipment from her job in the telegram office. When the subject of telegrams came up during the course of the trial, she and Iris Wilson explained them to defense attorney Ryunosuke Naruhodo. Although impressed by how knowledgeable Wilson was regarding the technology, she stated that it would soon be possible to communicate wirelessly through the air, as opposed to the undersea cables used for telegraphs. Her expertise in telegraph technology proved invaluable in solving the case, although she noted that the Morse code used to store the information Ashley Graydon had stolen from the government was unlike code she had heard before.
The typewritist/telegraphist juror was a woman of few words. In her first appearance as a juror, she constantly typed on her typewriter, claiming that she was taking notes; whenever she becomes stressed or shocked, she would type on her typewriter at a quicker pace. She did the same thing with her telegraph, usually "Stop." whenever she finished a sentence, similar to telegrams without punctuation. She seemed to have a fondness towards Ashley Graydon as she was seen blushing when talking about him.
The typewritist/telegraphist juror has blonde hair tied in a small ponytail and thin, arched eyebrows. She wears a fascinator similar to a small top hat, a pair of pince-nez on her nose, and a green dress. In her second appearance, the fascinator is replaced by a pair of headphones.
In The Art of Dai Gyakuten Saiban: Naruhodō Ryūnosuke no Bōken, the juror is said to be a "reincarnation" of a certain character; this may be a reference to the physically similar Primstone from Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, as Kazuya Nuri was the art director for both that game and The Great Ace Attorney: Adventures.