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=== Trial ===
 
=== Trial ===
 
:''9:00 AM''
 
:''9:00 AM''
The audience is filled a lot of important government officials, the trial is conducted under absolute secrecy due to the recent signing of the Japanese-Anglo Alliance treaty between Japan and the Great British Empire. As the trial starts, the [[Seishirou Jigoku|judge]] asks who is standing for the defendant, Naruhodō realizes that this is the question Yūjin was talking about. He notices that if he replies with "I am" he would have to defend himself, but Naruhodō goes through with it because he doesn't want to ruin Asōgi's dream. Everyone is shocked and Asōgi asks what is Naruhodō is trying to do. Naruhodō explains that he heard from Yūjin about what would happen if Asōgi were to lose this trial. The prosecution, [[Taketsuchi Auchi]], comments on how the defendant's attorney is abandoning him, but Asōgi exclaims that the one who knew of the defendant's innocence was the defendant himself.
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The audience is filled a lot of important government officials, the trial is conducted under absolute secrecy due to the recent signing of the Japanese-Anglo Alliance treaty between Japan and the Great British Empire. As the trial starts, the [[Seishirou Jigoku|judge]] asks who is standing for the defendant. Ryūnosuke Naruhodō realizes that this is the question Yūjin was talking about. He notices that if he replies with "I am" he would have to defend himself, but Naruhodō goes through with it because he doesn't want to ruin Asōgi's dream. Everyone is shocked and Asōgi asks what is Naruhodō is trying to do. Naruhodō explains that he heard from Yūjin about what would happen if Asōgi were to lose this trial. The prosecution, [[Taketsuchi Auchi]], comments on how the defendant's attorney is abandoning him, but Asōgi exclaims that the one who knew of the defendant's innocence was the defendant himself.
   
 
The judge beings to see if Naruhodō is fit to do the job by asking some questions about the incident. The victim's name is [[John H. Watson]], since he was British the Japanese government is looking to put the blame on someone, it's being considered a hate crime. Naruhodō is the prime suspect due to him being at the scene of the crime and was holding a gun. Naruhodō thought back to just after Asōgi left on the day of the incident, he noticed the victim at the restaurant and went up to him to say hello.
 
The judge beings to see if Naruhodō is fit to do the job by asking some questions about the incident. The victim's name is [[John H. Watson]], since he was British the Japanese government is looking to put the blame on someone, it's being considered a hate crime. Naruhodō is the prime suspect due to him being at the scene of the crime and was holding a gun. Naruhodō thought back to just after Asōgi left on the day of the incident, he noticed the victim at the restaurant and went up to him to say hello.
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== Aftermath ==
 
== Aftermath ==
 
:''2:46 PM''
 
:''2:46 PM''
Yūjin Mikotoba and his daughter congratulate the two on their victory. Yūjin explains that he came to know Professor Watson when he was studying forensic science in Great Britain, he worked with him in a hospital. Yūjin then states that Jezail Brett will not be tried here. Satoru Hosonaga then comes in, congratulates Naruhodō for winning, and explains that the Japanese courts can't judge a foreigner's crime due to the consular courts of Great Britain! Instead, she will be sent across the seas to Shanghai, [[China]]. But Kazuma Asōgi thought the treaty should've rendered the consular courts void. Nevertheless, they only hope that Brett will be brought to justice one day.
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Yūjin Mikotoba and his daughter congratulate the two on their victory. Yūjin explains that he came to knew Professor Watson when he was studying forensic science in Great Britain and worked with him in a hospital. Yūjin then states that Jezail Brett will not be tried here. Satoru Hosonaga then comes in, congratulates Naruhodō for winning, and explains that the Japanese courts can't judge a foreigner's crime due to the consular courts of Great Britain! She will be sent across the seas to Shanghai, [[China]] soon but the British government is following so ''they'' can try Brett for her crime. Kazuma Asōgi thought the Japan-Anglo treaty should've rendered those consular courts void, he thinks there is something going on between England and their country. Nevertheless, they only hope that Brett will be brought to justice one day.
   
 
As they go to celebrate, Ryūnosuke Naruhodō thanks Asōgi for his help. Asōgi the replies that he only helped in the beginning and that Naruhodō has a talent for being an attorney. Naruhodō then exclaims he doesn't want to go through another situation like that ever again. Asōgi then tells Naruhodō that an attorney's greatest power is believing. Believing in your client and in yourself. They then go to celebrate. As the episode end, Naruhodō reflects on how something changed his life.
 
As they go to celebrate, Ryūnosuke Naruhodō thanks Asōgi for his help. Asōgi the replies that he only helped in the beginning and that Naruhodō has a talent for being an attorney. Naruhodō then exclaims he doesn't want to go through another situation like that ever again. Asōgi then tells Naruhodō that an attorney's greatest power is believing. Believing in your client and in yourself. They then go to celebrate. As the episode end, Naruhodō reflects on how something changed his life.
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