In the 1930s, a 25-year-old black man, Tom Robinson, who has a wife and kids, works in Link Deas’ cotton fields
By nature, Tom was kind, caring, and mild-mannered. He helped Mayella Ewell frequently when she’s was left to do chores alone
He is underservedly accused of raping and beating Mayella
Atticus Finch, a prominent lawyer, is asked to defend Tom. Atticus promises to do his best though he knows what the verdict will be. The trial ends with a guilty verdict.
Atticus’ children, Scout and Jen, became a center of attention so as their father is representing black man. Throughout the trial, the children go through tribulations as they learn valuable lessons about justice, commitment, and what is wrong and right.
After the trial, while kids were walking home, Bob Ewell, who threatens Tom’s wife and Atticus, attacked them. Bob Radley, their neighbor, saves children and kills Ewell in a fight