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Mary Warren Weak, immature, young, selfish, easily swayed
John Proctor Noble, determined, hard nosed, well spoken
Danforth Well spoken, intelligent, just
Mary Warren knew that the other girls were lying, but she gave in and threw Proctor under the bus. She knew he was innocent, but she wanted to save herself. She gave in to the pressures from the judge and from the girls, even though she knew what was right.
John was given the option to let his wife live if he left the court, but he chose to stay and fight for the lives of the other innocent women. He is determined to not let the little girls get away with lying, and he wants justice to be served.
Judge Danforth is the judge that is willing to listen to input, and he is concerned with having a just court. He is honest, and very well spoken because he carries himself well in arguments. He is intelligent and he doesn't ignore possible facts.
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