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The class trial would be a powerful inspiration for Wright during his legal career.After the DL-6 Incident, which resulted in his father's death, Edgeworth transferred schools and moved out of town.
In his third year, Wright met Dahlia Hawthorne in the District Court basement library and was immediately enamored with her.
She wrote him a poem and gave him a bottle necklace, telling him that it was a symbol of their love.
She had stolen poisonous chemicals from his lab before, and now some chemicals were missing again.
Horrified by Swallow's blasphemous statements, Wright pushed him onto the ground, and Swallow fell onto his umbrella, breaking it.
Wright then left, but a few minutes later, a crowd began to gather around where Swallow had fallen, and Wright returned to the scene to find Swallow dead, with Wright's cold medicine in his hand. Wright's lawyer was Mia Fey, a rookie at the time who had not taken a case since her first a year before.
Wright didn't cooperate with Fey at first, lying that he hadn't known the victim.One day during fourth grade, Wright was accused of stealing the lunch money of a classmate, Miles Edgeworth.Due to the lack of an alibi, everyone assumed Wright was the culprit, but Edgeworth and another classmate, Larry Butz, came to his defense.Edgeworth asserted that Wright could not be proven guilty without evidence. It was revealed, 15 years later, that, even though he had not been in school that day, Butz had in fact been the one who stole the money.At the time, Edgeworth took strongly after his famous father Gregory Edgeworth, a legendary defense attorney.Before being listed here, articles are reviewed as featured article candidates for accuracy, neutrality, completeness, and style according to our featured article criteria.