A few notes:
* You absolutely need the newest version of PyWright (version 0.989, included with Conflict of Interest), otherwise the user interface will not work properly!
* There is a strange and inconsistent bug that has been reported in which characters suddenly disappear altogether from court sections. It usually happens when you save and reload too often. To fix this, simply restart PyWright and load at an earlier save.
* There is an examine spot during the investigation seemingly hidden behind the 'Back' button. Unfortunately, there's not much I could do there. It's still fairly visible on the top screen, though, so you should be able to get through the section without much issue.
* Which also brings me to another point -- please play in dual screen. Mainly for some interface details.
Taking place several months after the events of Spirit of Justice, Phoenix finds himself alone when he takes a rather strange -- and extremely hopeless case. With an uncooperative defendant, a staggering amount of evidence supporting the police's case, and a prosecutor that clearly has it in for him, how will Phoenix turn things around? Is there even any room for doubt?
Where does the truth lie?
In the hearts of the key players, all with their own secrets and motives?
Between the trees of the dense forest, the scene of a horrific murder?
Or perhaps, in the mythical city of gold that seems to be the connecting factor between the strange circumstances of the case -- El Dorado?
While this case does take place after SoJ, it's worth noting that this case contains practically no spoilers for the story of that game. In total, it only features a handful of references.
(One is included in the game files, but you for extra convenience, I've included one here, as well)