Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations/Episode 3: Recipe for Turnabout/Part 2: Trial
 Before the Trial
Gumshoe is really getting more threatening. Let's hope you don't disappoint him.
The Judge hints that your opening statement in the last trial is "Youse talkin' to me!?" Does this sound familiar?
Gumshoe, as usual, is your first witness. He will describe the basic facts to the case.
- The victim's name was Glen Elg. He was a professional programmer.
- He was on a payroll for Blue Screens Inc., a local company.
- This is the victim's autopsy report. (Glen's Autopsy Report is added to the Court Record.)
- And here are the floor plans of the restaurant.
- When the incident took place, the victim was sitting right here.
- The poisoned coffee was brought over to him by the waitress.
- The victim died from poisoning almost immediately after he took a sip of the coffee.
- At the time of the incident, there were two other people in the restaurant.
- Jean Armstrong, the owner and chef.
- And a regular by the name of Mr. Victor Kudo.
The Trés Bien Floor Plans will be added to the Court Record.
You will now hear Gumshoe's first testimony.
 Gumshoe's Testimony: The Incident
 The Incident: Cross-Examination
Press on the 1st statement. You say that Maggey testified that there was another man next to him. Godot tells you that this wasn't supported by the chef or the other customer. Press harder. Godot will show you the photo of the crime scene. It looks like it was taken from the kitchen entrance. The picture was taken from Armstrong's point of view. It looks kind of clear, sort of. The Crime Photo will be added to the Court Record.
Press on the 3rd statement. Gumshoe says that the poison was powder. Press harder, and you will ask for proof if Glen actually drank the cup. Gumshoe says you're right, but Godot forces him to prove otherwise. Gumshoe shows the victim's cup. It has a coffee stain, showing that Glen indeed drank the cup. Furthermore, the only fingerprints on it were the victim's and the defendant's. The Coffee Cup is added to the Court Record.
Press on the 5th statement. Gumshoe reluctantly says the motive was to steal a winning lottery ticket worth half-a-million. Press harder. Godot will show the ticket itself. He says it was found during Maggey's body search! The Victim's Lottery Ticket will be added to the Court Record.
Godot presents more evidence against Maggey. The apron she was wearing. One thing that catches your eye is what looks like blood on it. Godot however, refers to the coffee stain, which Maggey spilled on herself, and the pocket, which contained the potassium cyanide it even has only Maggey's fingerprints on it! Both the Apron and the Potassium Cyanide will be added to the Court Record.
What about the blood-stain on the apron? It turns out Godot never noticed the blood-stain nor he heard about it. But it looks obvious! Gumshoe will say it is just ketchup. How could Godot not notice the stain?
Things are already taken a downfall, the evidence, the opportunity, the motive, all are implicating Maggey. Nevertheless, Gumshoe will continue to testify anyways.
 Gumshoe's Testimony: The Investigation
 The Investigation: Cross-Examination
Press on the 4th statement. If Glen had no form of ID with him, how did the police figure out who he was so quickly? Gumshoe suddenly remembers that there was a prescription bag with him. Ask about the prescription bag. Gumshoe says the bag was empty. How so? The Victim's Prescription Bag will be added to the Court Record.
Now you finally have a contradiction for Gumshoe's testimony. Present the Victim's Prescription Bag at statement 6. The prescription bag was empty, right? Gumshoe says the police didn't find the prescription itself. If that is true, then there was something else missing after all.
If the medicine disappeared, then could that mean the victim's prescription was the poison itself? Godot has you read the name of the clinic. "New Ear Otolaryngological Clinic". Otolaryngological? Godot explains that the day before the murder, Glen got into a fight. He took a blow in the side of his head, rupturing his eardrum, so the prescription was actually cream, to be topically applied inside his ear canal not to be ingested. The autopsy report found that Glen did so at his visit at the Trés Bien. So Glen did take his medication.
This is bad, when given the choice, Push the medication issue. If Glen did take the prescription at Trés Bien, where was the cream? This will leave to "Objections!" before Godot's mask burns. It looks like he has nothing!
Godot is too speechless to call in a next witness, so Gumshoe calls Victor Kudos to the stand, The Judge will call a recess. Close one.
Maggey doesn't look happy about Gumshoe at all, the way he "betrayed" her. So Victor is the next witness? Try your best to handle him.
Victor testifies about what he saw when the crime committed.
 Victor's Testimony: What I Witnessed
 What I Witnessed: Cross-Examination
Press on the 4th statement. It sounds like he only identifies her by her waitress dress. Press harder, and a new statement will be added.
- There was a ribbon in her hair, and her apron's straps were loose.
Press on that statement. What he just said does resemble that of Maggey. Ask about the waitress's back. Victor only described the waitress as if he only saw her from the back. What about the most important feature, the face. Another statement will be added.
- There wasn't anything that caught my interest about her when I saw her from the front.
Present the Apron on that statement. Victor says he hasn't seen it. Finally, you found a mistake. The apron was worn by Maggey the very day of the crime, so if Victor hasn't seen the apron, he would not have seen the waitress in the front!
Godot reminds you that there was only one waitress at the restaurant and when she put the poison in the cup and gave it Glen, Victor was watching. Victor will now testify about what he remembers about seeing Glen. This is only the test of his memory, so you only have to make sure his memory isn't well.
 Victor's Testimony: About the Victim
 About the Victim: Cross-Examination
Present the Coffee Cup on the 5th statement. According to Victor, Glen was holding a piece of paper with his right hand, while drinking with his free hand, which makes it his left. Look at the mark left by Glen's lips, it indicates that Glen drank it with his "right hand".
Victor insists that he drank it with his left hand and pleas to testify more. The Judge refuses, but Godot agrees to hear more.
 Victor's Testimony: Left Hand or Right Hand
Godot will explain that the eye piece Glen was wearing was actually an HMD, a small computer monitor Glen used at work.
 Left Hand or Right Hand: Cross-Examination
Present either Glen Elg's Profile or the Victim's Prescription Bag on the 1st statement. Glen couldn't possibly have the earpiece on his left ear, because according to the prescription, Glen Elg's left eardrum was ruptured. In this condition, Glen couldn't hear with his left ear.
It looks like you have proven Victor's memory to be shot, even Godot seems frustrated. The Judge decides to adjourn court for today.
However, Victor still isn't giving up yet, as he claims that he hasn't said anything the court hasn't heard yet. He wants one more chance to prove himself. Well, time for one last testimony from the old man.
 Victor's Testimony: The Final Showdown
 The Final Showdown: Cross-Examination
Present the Crime Photo at either statements 3 or 4. You can clearly see in the photo that the vase is intact on Glen's table. Victor then remembers that the vase was on HIS table. Victor was the "clumsy idiot" who knock it over when he was startled upon seeing Glen collapse. He asks one more time for a testimony, but The Judge has the bailiff escort him out of the courtroom.
The Judge adjourns court for today, but he is very intrigued that Victor wanted his testimony to be of use, so he gives a copy of Victor's Testimony will be added to the Court Record.
This concludes today's court mode.