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"Hmph. I don't like the sound of that. "Fox in the duck pen". Yes, I think that is how you say it in English."
Zinc Lablanc.png This page concerns a music track from an Ace Attorney game that does not yet have an official English title. The title used is unofficially localized, but follows naming conventions used in official title track names.


You may be looking for the concept of the "dark age of the law", a phrase commonly used to describe the state of the legal system during Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies.

Fulbright
............It's all just a waste of time. All your efforts at analysis serve no purpose. And now, in this dark age of the law, nobody would believe your claim that it's effective. In an era when evidence is fabricated, do you truly expect feelings to be accepted as proof?

The Dark Age of the Law is a music track in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies associated with the "dark age of the law", and typically plays when characters talk about or reference it. Its motif is also used in the cutscene tracks "Dual Destinies - Opening", "Breakaway", and "Turnabout for Tomorrow (music)".

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