Narration: As the case is presented, Tom Robinson feels extremely nervous. He knows he is innocent but the jury might not agree. He is a respectful person and would never do anything near what he is being accused of.
I would never do anything like this... I am innocent! This is very injustice.
Narration: As Mayella Ewell is getting questioned by Atticus and she is very worried that the jury will catch on to the lies she is telling. She believes that the people in the court are treating her mean because she's not used to people being respectful to her.
Ma'am please answer the question.
They are being so rude to me. How do they not believe me by now?
Narration: The ceiling light is tired of hearing the case at this point and wants it to end. The ceiling light knows Tom is innocent and it thinks everyone else does too. He questions why they can't just wrap it up already.
This case has gone on long enough. The defendant is obviously innocent, just get to the verdict before my bulb dies!