To Kill a Mockingbird: Ch 17-21 Trials
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The Trial of Tom Robinson
Mr. Tate, lawyer of Mr. Bob Ewell, Explains Mr. Ewell's point of view of how he saw the r**e happened.
Mayella Ewell, the victim of the r**e, comes up and explains what happened to her. It seems like Tom did this on purpose. Then Mayella accused Atticus of making fun of her when in reality he's not.
Tom Robinson, the proposed suspect of the r**e, now explains that he actually didn't try to do it. Claiming that Mayella came up and made him do it.
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Atticus gets an idea that, maybe Tom Robinson is not guilty, but who is? Then brings little description of who it could be.
On a February Morning, Judge Taylor started polling the Jury guilty, then Atticus left in the unusual direction
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