[spoiler]honestly, I hated Alba and the whole confrontation. Not only did it take so so long to beat him, but it was so disinteresting. Not to mention, you got crucial evidence by nothing but random chance during the examination, which not only diminishes the difficulty (oh man I wonder what item I need to present, could it be this box I was just given?!?), but it also sort of kills any sense of accomplishment. I mean, having the finishing flow being a completely random piece of evidence, the existence of which wasn't even hinted at until a second before, and which Miles didn't even find himself, c'mon. It's basically Deus Ex Machina in evidence form.
Also going on that sense of accomplishment thing, in the other games even though you landed pretty good blows on the last person, in general you knew when you were right at the end of their testimony and about to finish them off. In Alba's case though, there were several points where you thought "yes I beat him!" only to have it revealed that there was yet another section, which just made it agh. [/spoiler]