Mr. Dolphus Raymond revealed that he was actually drinking Coca-Cola the whole time, not alcohol. He did this to give white people an excuse for his liking of African American women.
"I try to give 'em a reason you see. It helps folks if they can latch onto a reason."
After Atticus finishes his closing remarks urging the jury to vote in Tom Robinson's favor and put their prejudice aside. Calpurnia walked into the courtroom.
"... In the name of God, do your duty..."
Calpurnia asked judge Taylor if she could pass a note to Atticus.Calpurnia passed Atticus a note telling him that Scout and Jem have been gone the whole day. Her doing this shows her as a mother figure in Scout and Jem's life.
"Could I just pass this note to Mr. Finch, please sir?
Atticus starts to look around for the children. Mr. Underwood points out that Jem and Scout have been sitting in the colored balcony the whole time. After that, the 12 men in the jury go to deliver their verdict. Jem then asks Atticus some questions about the trial.
"I've no idea"
"We've won, haven't we?"
The twelve men file a guilty verdict without even looking at Tom Robinson. As everyone in the courtroom begins to leave, Reverend Sykes asks Scout to stand to show Atticus respect.
"Miss Jean Louise, stand up. Your father's passing."
Later that night, Jem cries because of the result of the trial. The next day the black community in the town gives Atticus a lot of food to show their appreciation of his defense of Tom Robinson.
"They've done it before and they did it tonight and they'll do it again and when they do it - seems that only children weep"