"Calisto Yew's" perfume was a piece of evidence in Miles Edgeworth's investigation into the murders of Byrne Faraday and Mack Rell. Seven years later, it was once again used as evidence during Edgeworth's investigation into the murders of Manny Coachen and Ka-Shi Nou.
Faraday and Rell's deaths
- Main article: Turnabout Reminiscence
While she and Tyrell Badd were in Defendant Lobby No. 1, she spilled some of the perfume on the floor. Because of this, Detective Badd opened a window, allowing the perfume to escape and cementing Yew's alibi. She also forced one on Badd, who later gave it to Edgeworth. Edgeworth later used it to point out that Yew had intentionally spilled it to make Badd open a window in order to give herself an alibi.
7 years later
- Main article: Turnabout Ablaze
Kay Faraday had kept it safe for the seven years since her father died. She eventually gave it to Edgeworth to help him in tracking down Yew. He later used it to prove that Interpol agent Shih-na was Calisto Yew. Afterwards, he removed it from his organizer.
Black market auctions
- Main article: The Forgotten Turnabout
The perfume later appeared during the investigation into Jill Crane's murder as a piece of evidence being sold.
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