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The Umbrella evidence was submitted by Prosecutor [[Winston Payne]] on the trial.
 
The Umbrella evidence was submitted by Prosecutor [[Winston Payne]] on the trial.
   
In [[Crime Photo 2 (Turnabout Memories)|Crime Photo 2]], Mia noticed that he should had the umbrella underneath him since he fell on it, Mia pointed out the difference in court and concluding the fact that he survived the fall and got back up.{{EvidenceNavBoxT&T}}
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In [[Crime Photo 1 (Turnabout Memories)|Crime Photo ]]1, Mia noticed that he should had the umbrella underneath him since he fell on it, Mia pointed out the difference in court and concluding the fact that he survived the fall and got back up.{{EvidenceNavBoxT&T}}
 
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Revision as of 11:38, 27 April 2019

An umbrella was evidence in the trial of Phoenix Wright for the murder of Doug Swallow.

History

On Apr. 11, 2014, Information given from the Phoenix's Testimony, the momment when Phoenix Wright pushed Doug Swallow in disbelief he fell on top of his umbrella and broke, it did a loud sound when it happend.

The Umbrella evidence was submitted by Prosecutor Winston Payne on the trial.

In Crime Photo 1, Mia noticed that he should had the umbrella underneath him since he fell on it, Mia pointed out the difference in court and concluding the fact that he survived the fall and got back up.

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