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Between December 2000 and December 2001, Miles would go to the [[District Court]] to see [[IS-7 Incident|one of his father's trials]]. Gregory was arguing a case against the undefeated prosecutor [[Manfred von Karma]]. During the course of the trial, Gregory accused von Karma of forging evidence, and on December 28, 2001, proved that the prosecutor had coerced a confession from his client. Because of this, von Karma received his first and only penalty. However, von Karma still won and Gregory's client, [[Jeffrey Master]], was declared guilty.
 
Between December 2000 and December 2001, Miles would go to the [[District Court]] to see [[IS-7 Incident|one of his father's trials]]. Gregory was arguing a case against the undefeated prosecutor [[Manfred von Karma]]. During the course of the trial, Gregory accused von Karma of forging evidence, and on December 28, 2001, proved that the prosecutor had coerced a confession from his client. Because of this, von Karma received his first and only penalty. However, von Karma still won and Gregory's client, [[Jeffrey Master]], was declared guilty.
   
After court was adjourned, the Edgeworths went to exit the courthouse through an elevator, accompanied by bailiff [[Yanni Yogi]]. At approximately 2:00 p.m., an earthquake struck the courthouse and shut off the power, leaving Yogi and the Edgeworths trapped in the elevator with little oxygen. During the five-hour blackout, Yogi started to panic and attacked Gregory. Miles felt a pistol beneath his feet and threw it at the bailiff, hoping to stop him from possibly killing his father. A single gunshot rang out, and the young boy fell unconscious. The last thing he heard was a demonic scream that would haunt him for the next 15 years. He woke up inside a hospital; by that time, Gregory Edgeworth was dead, fatally shot in the heart by Yogi's pistol. Miles developed a deathly fear of earthquakes and elevators from the incident.
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After court was adjourned, the Edgeworths went to exit the courthouse through an elevator, accompanied by bailiff [[Yanni Yogi]]. At approximately 2:00 p.m., an earthquake struck the courthouse and shut off the power, leaving Yogi and the Edgeworths trapped in the elevator with little oxygen. During the five-hour blackout, Yogi started to panic and attacked Gregory. Miles felt a pistol beneath his feet and threw it at the bailiff, hoping to stop him from possibly killing his father. A single gunshot rang out, and the young boy fell unconscious. The last thing he heard was a demonic scream that would haunt him for the next 15 years. He woke up inside a hospital; by that time, Gregory Edgeworth was dead, fatally shot in the heart by Yogi's pistol. Miles developed a deathly fear of earthquakes and elevators from the incident. Furthermore, he also never forget the scream he heard from a [[Manfred von Karma|person]] who got shot by the pistol outside the elevator.
   
 
The police called upon a spirit medium, [[Misty Fey]], to find the killer. She channeled Gregory, who accused Yogi of the murder. Yogi was subsequently put on trial, with [[Robert Hammond]] defending him. However, Yogi feigned temporary insanity and got a not guilty verdict. The insanity plea, however, ruined his reputation, with his [[Polly Jenkins|fiancee]] committing suicide shortly after the incident. Meanwhile, media outlets found out about Misty Fey, and the resulting scandal ruined the reputation of her [[Fey clan|family]]. Miles subsequently developed a hatred for defense attorneys and spirit mediums, calling Misty Fey a "fraud".
 
The police called upon a spirit medium, [[Misty Fey]], to find the killer. She channeled Gregory, who accused Yogi of the murder. Yogi was subsequently put on trial, with [[Robert Hammond]] defending him. However, Yogi feigned temporary insanity and got a not guilty verdict. The insanity plea, however, ruined his reputation, with his [[Polly Jenkins|fiancee]] committing suicide shortly after the incident. Meanwhile, media outlets found out about Misty Fey, and the resulting scandal ruined the reputation of her [[Fey clan|family]]. Miles subsequently developed a hatred for defense attorneys and spirit mediums, calling Misty Fey a "fraud".
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