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▶ Good Behavior and Second Chances || (@Auradroids)

auradroids:

[ The sneer on her face fades quickly as she hears about her brother. She has no idea how bad his situation is, but she’s figured. Who would live a normal life as if nothing happened, after six years of prison with the sword of Damocles hanging over their head until the day the truth comes out? ]

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Yes, I understand them perfectly.

I’m glad we’re in agreement, then.

You’re free to go. I will see you on the eleventh of next month. Any deviation from good behavior and your sentence will be put right back on you. You are also subject to random visits, so keep that in mind. 

(Source: chiefprosecutoredgeworth)

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▶ Good Behavior and Second Chances || (@Auradroids)

auradroids:

[ She could not deny she was surprised. Even if she acted as if she was proud of what she had done, even if she acted like she didn’t give a damn about her future, the truth was that she was terrified when she took those people hostage at the Space Center. She calculated every risk in detail, especially what concerned her punishment.

Knowing that the Chief Prosecutor in person had done what he could to lift her sentence was truly unexpected. A lot of questions needed to be made during their first meeting.

Aura Blackquill entered the police department wearing her mask of rude woman as always, walking in without greeting anyone and eventually pushing out of her way whoever was too close to her without many compliments. A grin was given to Miles Edgeworth when she finally saw him. ]

You need something, don’t you? [ Yes hello, she’s happy to see you too. ]

Me? Not necessarily. [Miles sighs, adjusting his glasses. Seems Aura was in her usual cheery mood…not. He understood her reasons, though, so it’s not like he was going to question it.]

I’m just knowledgeable about your familial situation…I figured you’d appreciate being able to help your brother reintegrate into society…which he is not doing so well on at the moment. 

In any case, you understand our agreement to your release, yes?

(Source: chiefprosecutoredgeworth)

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▶ Good Behavior and Second Chances || (@Auradroids)

[ It took a few strings to be pulled here and there, but the Chief Prosecutor had finally been able to lift Aura Blackquill’s sentence.

Though she was supposed to serve at least two years, Miles knew she was needed elsewhere; his subordinate was not doing very well and refused help from anyone, and the only person he talked to was miss Blackquill, his older sister.

He gave Aura an ultimatum: she would be released from prison, but she would need to check in with him and the police department every month for two years. Any deviation from what they considered good behavior would earn her serious consequences.]

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I suppose it is time for me to extend a greeting to you, finally. Forgive my rudeness. Good evening, father. Have you been well?
chiefprosecutoredgeworth

honestgregory:

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"Er…. Um. Yes, I have been well. Thank you for asking. So… How have you been, then?"

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"I… Suppose it has been. So, how life treating you, my child?" 

Quite well, actually. The past five or so years have been especially well to me; I married about 4 years ago, and last year we had our firstborn. Last year was also the year I was given the title of Chief Prosecutor.

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viasource

Tonight is proving quite interesting, to say the least…

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I suppose it is time for me to extend a greeting to you, finally. Forgive my rudeness. Good evening, father. Have you been well?
chiefprosecutoredgeworth

honestgregory:

honestgregory-deactivated201406:

"Er…. Um. Yes, I have been well. Thank you for asking. So… How have you been, then?"

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Eight or nine years? Wow. Wait… What even happened to them? Gregory thought to himself. “…Multiverse. Grand. So that’s why you were so calm.”

Indeed. It is a bit hard to phase me with the concept of alternates and the like.

In any case, it is good to see you. It has been quite some time.

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I suppose it is time for me to extend a greeting to you, finally. Forgive my rudeness. Good evening, father. Have you been well?
chiefprosecutoredgeworth

honestgregory:

honestgregory-deactivated201406:

"Er…. Um. Yes, I have been well. Thank you for asking. So… How have you been, then?"

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"Excellent deduction, son. Yes, you caught me off guard. I trust you’ve been honing your deduction skills?"

Something that comes along with the years of experience, really. The multiverse is not a foreign concept to me. I have been dealing with it for quite a while.

Though I will say I was a bit surprised as well. I have not run into a Gregory Edgeworth in quite some time. Almost 8 or 9 years, actually.

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I suppose it is time for me to extend a greeting to you, finally. Forgive my rudeness. Good evening, father. Have you been well?
chiefprosecutoredgeworth

honestgregory-deactivated201406:

"Er…. Um. Yes, I have been well. Thank you for asking. So… How have you been, then?"

I am quite well, thank you.

Did I catch you off guard, by any chance? You seemed a bit hesitant. Has it been the other way around with some of my alternates?

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▶ i made it? || chiefprosecutoredgeworth

astrochords:

BEEP…

BEEP…

BEEP…

The heart monitor was beeping steadily… There was an oxygen mask on his face and and a IV going into his arm. The blankets of the hospital bed were only covering half of his body, the other half showed his bust wrapped up in gauze and what not. There was something rattling on the table that was placed beside the bed. A phone. Why would anyone text him? I mean, Clay Terran was dead, right?

No—he wasn’t dead. Clay was alive. Just barely, the stab knocked him out and he went into a coma… he was rushed to the hospital immediately. The astronaut just barely held onto life… It was like…he didn’t want to leave someone. No, it’s not my time… I can’t leave yet…

The body was laying still—except for a twitching finger…—YES! A twitching finger, soon his whole hand, and then his other hand was waking up per se.

"NH—"

The astronaut took in a huge gulp of air and opened his eyes. He started coughing a lot. Ew, he even coughed up some blood. Was there anyone in the room?

Calm yourself, Mr. Terran. I’ll call a nurse.

[In truth, the Chief Prosecutor had been in the room for quite some time now. The news he’d received from the hospital was something he was not expecting, really—Clay Terran was alive. He could, however, use this to his advantage, as wrong as it sounded: use Clay Terran’s “death” in order to lure out the Phantom they had been hunting down for so long.

A nurse was summoned to aid Mr. Terran in his initial shock, Edgeworth watching carefully. He would have to hide the fact that Terran was alive, if only for a while; they needed to lure this phantom out, one way or another…with a murder trial in place, it could be what they needed.]

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viasource

Something is bugging me.

Fortunately, Prosecutor Blackquill has taken the Prosecutor’s Bench again. Now I can investigate THAT matter….

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