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Beauty Lawyer Victoria Pack Shot

Beauty Lawyer Victoria



by The Lost Gamer

Version 1.2 12/4/12

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Beauty Lawyer Victoria
A Walkthrough by Michael Gray
AKA The Lost Gamer ([email protected])
Copyright 2012

For a list of all my various guides, check

Table of Contents:
001.  General information
002.  Characters
003.  Walkthrough
004.  Quick Walkthrough
005.  Credits

001-General Information

This is a walkthrough for the iOS game called "Beauty 
Lawyer Victoria". It is a game in which you play a defense 
attorney who wants to defend her client from a false murder 
charge. If you want to contact me about this guide, use my 
email address [email protected]


Victoria: The main character of the game. Victoria is a 
defense attorney (or beauty lawyer, if you will), and she's 
about to take her first case. Can she prove her client's 

Jessica: The victim. Jessica was Miss USA. She was staying 
at a hotel when someone choked her to death, then threw her 
body out the window.

Dennis: The defendant. Dennis is under suspicion, because 
he was the victim's boyfriend. Victoria wants to prove he 
is innocent.

Robert: The judge, who can be rather stern about courtroom 

Charles: The public prosecutor. His job is to prove Dennis 

David: A friend of Dennis and the main witness for the 
defense. He gives a brief testimony about the relationship 
between the defendant and the victim.

Jack: The hotel manager and the main witness for the 
prosecution. He gives multiple testimonies about the night 
of the murder.


The game begins with Victoria meeting her client, Dennis. 
He has been accused of murdering his girlfriend, Miss USA.

You have the choice to accept or refuse the case. Accept 
the case.

Victoria will go over everything in her head. You then have 
three choices. You can go to the court records and read up 
on the case. The court record says that the victim died on 
October 25, around 11 PM. She was staying at Room 803 of 
the BOSTON hotel.

She was suffocated with something like a rope, before she 
fell through the hotel window. Her corpse was discovered by 
Jack, the hotel manager.

Go to the hotel room to pick up various pieces of evidence. 
There are eight pieces of evidence in this room.

1. Fingerprints on the phone prove that only the victim 
touched the phone.
2. 8th Floor sales records show that this is the only room 
occupied on the night of the murder.
3. Dinner receipt shows the victim had dinner at 6:00 PM.
4. Belt/rope. This is the murder weapon.
5. Defendant's shirt, which is still wrapped. Perhaps the 
victim bought it for her boyfriend.
6. Watch. Stopped at 8 PM; you must manually wind the watch 
to keep it going. Does this let us know what time the 
murder was?
7. Record of blackout. The hotel had a blackout, but the 
elevator was still working.
8. Victim's cell phone, which is still open. If she called 
for help, this might let us know when the murder was.

You can carry five pieces of evidence. The four that you 
need to pick up are the first four on the list. They are 
the sales records (by the bed pillows), the dinner receipt 
(on the floor by the bed), the belt / rope (on the bed) and 
the phone (on the nightstand to the left).

Leave the crime scene and exit the investigation. Court 
then begins. The public prosecutor makes his case. He 
believes that the victim and the defendant broke up, after 
she became Miss USA. The defendant became angry at this, 
then killed her. 

Victoria has to choose whether her client should confess to 
this scenario, or not. Pick the second option, to keep 
fighting. If he confesses, he is automatically found 

Victoria then comes up with a witness, who confirms that 
the victim was still dating the defendant, at the time of 
her death. This disproves the prosecution's theory, but the 
prosecutor maintains he has more proof.

The judge then quizzes Victoria on the case. You might want 
to check the court record (in the court menu), if you've 
forgotten the details of the case.

The death took place at...A HOTEL.
The victim's name is...JESSICA.
The cause of death is...SUFFOCATION.

The prosecution calls Jack, the hotel manager, to the 
stand. Jack gives testimony. Using the court menu, you can 
question his testimony or present evidence to poke holes in 
his testimony.

For example, question his statement "I was delivering a 
room service". This causes Jack to give some additional 
testimony; he will clarify that a woman from 803 ordered 
room service for dinner. He does not say this, unless you 
question that statement.

When Jack says that a woman "ordered a room service. For 
her dinner.", present the dinner receipt as evidence. The 
victim did NOT order room service for dinner at 7:00 PM, 
because she ate dinner that night at 6:00 PM!

Jack will now change his testimony, saying that he was 
delivering food to Room 804, not 803. Question him at the 
statement "Yes. I passed Room 803". He will confirm that 
Room 804 was his intended destination.

Present the 8th floor sales record at the statement "I 
remember now that I was delivering to Room 804". According 
to the sales record, the entire 8th floor was empty, except 
for Room 803.

Jack changes his testimony again. This time, he says he was 
supposed to deliver food to Room 408. He mistakenly thought 
it was 804, not 408, so he went to the wrong floor.

Question the statement "It was a mistake" in order to get 
new testimony. Jack says he looked in the room, after the 
defendant left it. He immediately realized something was 
wrong. He saw the victim's dead body and tried to call the 

Question the statement "But the phone must have been 
broken." Jack confirms he tried to use the phone at this 
point in time. Present the fingerprints on the phone at 
"Yes, I am sure it was broken. I tried to push the 
button,". If Jack is telling the truth, why are his 
fingerprints not on the phone?

Jack says that he was wearing white gloves at the time, 
which is why there were no fingerprints. He begins more 
testimony about the room and seeing the victim's dead body 
on the ground.

He seems to have left out the part where her dead body 
travelled from inside the room, to the ground below, but no 
one seems to notice this fact.

Question the statement "A woman was lying on the ground and 
she was wounded around her neck." How did Jack know the 
victim's gender and wound? He was allegedly eight stories 
about her body.

Jack will say that he knows about the wound, due to the 
belt in the room. Question either "No, no. I mean...A belt 
was in the hotel room..." or "You know...there was a belt."

Victoria will point out that, as far as everyone knows, 
there was no belt at the scene. The victim was killed with 
a rope.

Jack insists the murder weapon was a belt. Present the belt 
at "No! What do you know? That was a belt!" or "That was a 
belt!  You are a novice that can't even investigate 
correctly". Victoria concludes that Jack has incriminated 
himself, by revealing that the murder weapon (a rope) is 
really a belt.

Jack will swear, and the judge asks the lawyers to make 
their closing arguments. The judge will agree with 
Victoria, and he declares the defendant not guilty. Hooray!

004-Quick Walkthrough

This section describes how to get through the game, with 
little extra detail.

1. Accept the case
2. Go to the crime scene. Pick up the sales records, dinner 
receipt, belt and phone.
3. Leave the crime scene and exit the investigation.
4. Tell your client to keep fighting.
5. Answer "a hotel".
6. Answer "Jessica"
7. Answer "suffocation".
8. Question the statement "I was delivering a room service"
9. Present the dinner receipt at the statement "ordered a 
room service. For her dinner."
10. Question "Yes. I passed Room 803..."
11. Present 8th floor sales records at "I remember now that 
I was delivering to Room 804".
12. Question "It was a mistake."
13. Question "But the phone must have been broken."
14. Present the fingerprints on the phone at "Yes, I am 
sure it was broken. I tried to push the button,"
15. Question "A woman was lying on the ground and she was 
wounded around her neck."
16. Question "No, no. I mean...A belt was in the hotel 
room..." or "You know...there was a belt."
17. Present the belt at "No! What do you know? That was a 
belt!" or "That was a belt!  You are a novice that can't 
even investigate correctly".


This FAQ is copyright of The Lost Gamer, 2012.  If you want 
to use any part of this FAQ, ask me first (instructions 
under general information).