Ok, so Meekins is a police officer during the kidnapping. That's on March 13, 2019. Then he's a court bailiff one month afterwards on Apr. 29, 2019.
But he says he lost his case files one year before that and was fired then. Wait...what? If I was a certain spiky-haired lawyer, I'd say that there's a contradiction.
The only two explanations I can think of are: the file losing happened the year before and his superiors weren't that bothered until he lost his pistol and badge too, then brought the file misplacement up and fired him or he simply wasn't a police officer during the kidnapping.
Help? Strabo412 02:47, March 25, 2010 (UTC)
- Yeah, I suppose that makes the most sense. Should we just leave the page as is in terms of dates or should someone put a "contradictions" section in or...? Strabo412 14:59, March 25, 2010 (UTC)
- I think that, in terms of getting fired/demoted, AAI should trump AJ in this case because with AJ we only get his account of how he was fired, whereas AAI sets a solid lower bound on when he was fired. capefeather 15:26, March 25, 2010 (UTC)
That salute sprite
Meekins reminds me of Barney Fife from "The Andy Griffith Show." I don't have any solid evidence that would suggest the latter was a partial inspiration in the design (or translated mannerisms) of the former, but it might be an interesting thing for someone somewhere to think about and/or try to confirm. E44: HMU, or O.O. 04:46, February 27, 2015 (UTC)
In Apollo Justice, Mike Meekins only appears in the past in the MASON system. However, his profile transfers over when you move into the future. I believe he's actually the only character who only physically appears in the past. Anyway, the Court Record lists his age as 31 here. I'm not sure whether to include this or not because it's definitely there when you check the Court Record in one of the four present day scenarios, but he doesn't actually appear then. Should I edit this information in, or perhaps add it into the Development section?