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[SUBBED] Dai Gyakuten Saiban ~ The Adventure of the Clouded Kokoro – Trial, Day 1 (11/14)

[SUBBED] Dai Gyakuten Saiban ~ The Adventure of the Clouded Kokoro – Trial, Day 1 (11/14)


Van Zieks: …Officer. You may stand down now. Pat: Ye… Yes sir!! Rola: Uhm, say, Prosecutor! Rola: What will! Whatever will happen to my dear Pat?! Van Zieks: ……………… Van Zieks: You may return home today. A notification from the Yard will arrive later. Rola: Please… Won’t you forgive him? Pat is not at fault! Rola: I… I’ve always been piling my complaints on Pat who hardly returns home… Pat: It’s fine, Rola. ..Let’s go home. Rola: …Okay… Van Zieks: Officer O’Malley. Pat: Y…Yes?! Van Zieks: I hope you have learnt your lesson today. Van Zieks: …Nothing trivial exists in a case’s investigation. Pat: …Yes sir… Van Zieks: …Let that lesson ring profoundly for the rest of your life. Van Zieks: …And never again repeat the same failure on a crime site. Pat: Huh….? N-“Never again”? You mean… Van Zieks: …Leave. …The trial is not yet over. Pat: Ye….. Pat: YES SIIIIIIIIIIIR!! Judge: …A light has been shed on this very shocking truth. Judge: The crime scene was tampered by the hands of a third party! Van Zieks: …And yet, an unwavering truth still stands. Van Zieks: The defendant, Natsume. Before to now. He is the sole person who could have committed such a crime. Naruhodou: OBJECTION! Naruhodou: “Sole”… Or should I say, not? Naruhodou: There is one other thing we now know about that true location. Naruhodou: It was possible a certain individual stabbed the knife into the back of the victim. Susato: …And I must ask. Susato: Good Prosecutor, you too must surely have an idea of that as well? Judge: Sir van Zieks…! Is that true? Van Zieks: ……………… Very well. Van Zieks: Let us hear that name. If there is merit in examining their… Van Zieks: …The prosecution shall agree to continue this trial. Judge: Who is this other individual who could have carried out the crime…?! Naruhodou: TAKE THAT! Naruhodou: …Once again, the defense requests to cross-examine a new witness. Judge: “Once again”…? Naruhodou: This was proposed before by the defense’s legal assistant. Naruhodou: In order to bring the truth of this case to light… Naruhodou: Juror 4’s…. A cross-examination of Joan Garrideb-san is necessary! Juror 4: Wha…?! M-me…? Van Zieks: OBJECTION! Van Zieks: …Did you not hear that request being rejected…? Naruhodou: OBJECTION! Naruhodou: But! …The situation has just changed! Naruhodou: Madam Garrideb. …What do you think? Juror 4: O…Of what?! Naruhodou: You, at the moment of the incident… Had a fight with your husband. Naruhodou: …And as a result of that dispute, a fire raged… Naruhodou: To escape that smoke, Mr. Garrideb opened the window facing the road. Juror 4: …And what of that?! Naruhodou: You flung this book towards your husband who was heading towards the window…. Naruhodou: This book struck the opened awning window, and fell downwards. Naruhodou: …And, there… Naruhodou: Was the actual scene… This was just proven. Juror 4: …And so, what in bloody hell of that?! Naruhodou: You… seem to have forgotten about it due to your anger. Naruhodou: Additionally, you threw objects other than this book – whatever you could have grabbed. Juror 4: ……………… Naruhodou: …Once again, I would like you to verify something. Naruhodou: This knife here stabbed into the back of the victim. Naruhodou: Do you… really not know about it? Juror 4: Gh….. Juror 4: ……………… Juror 4: ……………… Juror 4: …Not at all. Naruhodou: What. Juror 4: So what if I did throw that at that man. There’s no chance I know about it, right? Juror 4: What’s more, didn’t the Prosecutor said it himself too? “Jurors do not need to testify”. Naruhodou: …B-but… Van Zieks: OBJECTION! Van Zieks: I do not recall saying such a thing, Juror 4. Juror 4: Ah…!! Van Zieks: Do not misunderstand, jurors. Your existence is not special. Van Zieks: If you have a recollection of this knife… then you need only speak the truth. Juror 4: But! That knife! It’s a common one you could find anywhere! Juror 4: We have many of those in our home… Even if one of it was lost, Juror 4: …I would know nothing about it! Juror 3: What did you just say…?! Juror 5: Seriously…?! Judge: …W-what in Heavens…. ….BUT! Juror 4: I don’t… wish to believe it either after all! Juror 4: That I, for all I know, might have hurt a person with my very hands…? Susato: Joan-sama… Juror 4: …That’s right… Show me conclusive proof, then. Juror 4: If that knife was truly something that I threw… Juror 4: Then by all means. …Make that clear! Naruhodou: …T-that’s… Susato: How about it, Naruhodou-sama? Naruhodou: …If there was such evidence, I would have thrown it out there a long time ago! Van Zieks: …If that is so. Step into the witness stand, Juror 4. Juror 4: What….? Van Zieks: The prosecution… agrees to cross-examining this person. Naruhodou: Sir van Zieks…! Juror 4: Me… Testify…. Judge: …Juror 4. Judge: Today. You should have seen everything from that Juror stand. Judge: From testimonies of witnesses…. We draw out a truth previously unknown to us. Judge: …Those moments of miracles. Juror 4: Oh…. Judge: That is why you ought to testify with your heart and soul laid bare. Judge: The court… will definitely uncover the truth from that. Judge: …Isn’t that right, the two of you? Van Zieks: …As you say, Your Honor. Naruhodou: Oh……… Right. Naruhodou: …That’s what I desire! Naruhodou: (…I wonder…) Naruhodou: (What is this new feeling inside of me since stepping foot into this country…?) Naruhodou: (I am… standing in this court as an attorney!)


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