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Is Phoenix Wright Isekai too much?

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>>152981086
anime when?
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>>152982214
why would you want more isekai anime
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>>152984058
Would you like more fujoshit instead then?
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>>152984058
Now is the isekai era, the previous era was the school battle harem
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>>152984058
There isn't that much really compared to how big the trend is
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>>152981086
It's absolutely terrible though.
Hurrdurr the japanese justice system is the best!
If you prove your client is innocent, but you don't also solve the case and prove who is guilty, they go to prison anyway!
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>>152985786
It makes me happy to know that as fucked up as Burgerjustice can be and how easily money can save you, it could always be worse.

You could be in Japan, with those conviction rates.
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>>152985840
Just don't commit a crime and there won't be a problem
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>>152985855
Unless you're falsely accused.
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>>152985855
The way he just described it, it sounds more like 'Don't be accussed of a crime.'
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>>152985840
Dude when it comes to the American justice system. There is literally a lot of ways for a person to slip out of it, money can only get you so far in it depending on the case.

>>152985786
Alot of justice systems in Asia are shit like Japans.
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>>152985900
That's how it works. Some people think that the prosecutors are overworked and only present judges with the most obvious cases, and there is probably some truth to this, but the fact remains that being a prosecutor is all about your conviction rate and being a defender is a shit tier job.

Rock star vs roadie, really.
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>Phoenix wright but with elves and literally no likeable characters or character designs or halfway decent writing

Pass.
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>>152985855
99% conviction rate. You truly believe 100 out 100 arrested people in Japan are guilty and aren't being thrown under a bus to make the prosecutors and police look good?
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>>152986066
>You truly believe 100 out 100 arrested people
But you literally just said 99
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>>152985786
>>152985786
Is that how it actually works in real life? Do you have to solve the crime?
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>>152986198
Probably not I was just making a PW joke. But the justice system of PW actually is modeled after the japanese one.
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>>152981086
But is it as good as Wizard Barristers?
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>>152986066
it's more like the police only take on cases they know they can solve easily and let everyone else get away.
putting guilty people in the slammer is a lot more work.
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>>152986335
whoops, i mean innocent. obviously.
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>>152986305
it's at least better than that other legal themed manga that imminently devolved into a generic battle manga after the first chapter. just replaced swords with pen swords and spells with legal jargon. don't believe that shit got 100+ chapters
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People try to make a lawyer out to be some godly hard job, but it's just putting the pieces together and debating.
The academic exams are shit, they're just used to weed out potential lawyers and judges cause the market would be flooded otherwise.

Elf a cute.
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>>152987021
It can be considered difficult purely for the amount of hours a layer has to put in working for a firm because of the ungodly institution known as the billable hour.
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>>152987021
No. Lawyers have to learn the Law. There's shit ton of it to navigate. They have to look for loopholes, exceptions, precedents etc. There's more to it than "debating".
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>>152987351
>>152987021

also being a huge scumbag with no trouble looking at themselves in the mirror
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>>152981086

This story taught me great things. I've learned that admitting your love for panties can save your life.
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>>152987021
I work for a real estate law firm. I just got my JD last year. It's pretty sure. Every lawyer thinks they're hot shit, but there are some truly stupid people working for our firm, much like any job.
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isn't that layton crossover considered to be isekai?
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>>152986066
It's because japan only charges people with serious crime because they know it will literally destroy your life if they made a mistake about it. Anyone with a crime record in japan will be ostracized with no work, no ability to rent a place to live in, no ability to go for education and etc.

They'd be forced to leave the country.
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>>152987917
It's not.
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>>152985969

You realize the base of our legal system goes back to the Roman one,now the modern ones seem to be either English based (like the US one) or its French based.

Since Asia was either British or French Dominions they adopted either one, Japan after WW2 was forced to "modernize" theirs using the US as a model, apparently the US kinda toke offense to decapitating people in public.

Of course that makes this Isekai hilarious since the modern Japanese Legal system was mandated to follow the US system.
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>>152986305
Time to fap
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>>152986239

No, either you present reasonable doubt or show evidence your client is innocent, mostly reasonable doubt as the police does their job and people are just charged without having a case.

It doesnt make for good drama, this is why most novels, TV series and movies having the lawyer finding the REAL CRIMINAL, like Perry Mason (that means at least since 1933).
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>>152986649
Is that Defense devil? That was good in the beginning but it turned into a battle manga. Wished it didn't.

>>152987917
Somewhat an Isekai. Somewhat.
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>>152987508
Yeah. Except you want the best scumbag to be on your side. The best ones know how to legally game the system. That's why they cost a lot.
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