The head of the Wright Anything Agency and a lawyer.
He lost his attorney's badge 8 years ago in the course of solving a case, but he's reclaimed it now in order to fulfill an important promise he made.
With his ability to think outside the box and his unwavering belief in his clients, he steps into the courtroom once more to pick up the fight.
An enthusiastic young lawyer dressed all in red.
He met Phoenix a year ago and has been learning the ropes from him ever since.
He is also a mentor to the newest member of the Wright Anything Agency, Athena Cykes.
A rookie lawyer and the newest member of the Wright Anything Agency.
She is a competitive young lady who's not afraid to express herself.
She has the ability to hear people's emotions - even their hidden ones - allowing her to draw out what they really want to say.
A useful skill to be sure, but one that can backfire if a witness's emotions overwhelm them.
A prosecutor with a murder conviction whose current residence is inside a prison cell.
However, on the orders of the Prosecutor's Office, he still heads up the prosecution on certain cases.
This contradiction and the fact that he is known to cause trouble in court is why he is known as the Twisted Samurai.
He also likes to wield his knowledge of psychology as a weapon in the courtroom.
A spirited young lady Phoenix adopted 8 years ago.
She's one of the “talents” of the Wright Anything Agency, whose specialty is a magic trick where she can make anything appear from the depths of a pair of oversized prop bloomers.
A real team player, it is said that she's the one who is really pulling the strings at the agency...
A brilliant prosecutor who has faced off against Phoenix Wright many times in the past.
He now helms the Prosecutor's Office as its Chief Prosecutor.
He and Phoenix may fight on opposite sides, but together, they are sure to arrive at the truth in court.
Listening to the tones in a person's speaking voice, Athena Cykes's sharp ears can hear a witness's true feelings. Inputting this information into her computer allows her to create a Mood Matrix.
When a witness's voice sounds dissonant and full of noise to her, it's a sure sign that their feelings are in conflict with their testimony.
Compare people's emotional state with the words they're saying and point out anything contradictory to get to the root of things.
When the truth is just out of reach in court, it's time to review the facts one more time in search of the final piece that will crack the case.
Go back through everything you've learned and pick the right path to arrive at the truth.