Mayella and Bob Ewell accuse Tom Robinson of rape. There is not much evidence to convict him, however the jury seems to want to convict him.
Testimony of Tom Robinson
I just want the whole lot of you to know one thing right now. That boy's worked for me eight years an' I ain't had a speck o'trouble outa him.
Mayella gives her testimony of what happened during the alleged rape, however the testimony becomes very unreliable, as there is not much truth to it, which Atticus points out. This testimony shows how The Ewells use pathos over logos.
Mr. Gilmer's Questioning
Were you so scared that she'd hurt you, you ran, a big buck like you?
Atticus begins questioning Mayella Ewell. He asks how the other children didn't hear her screams and how Tom Robinson was able to injure her with his bad left arm. Mayella doesn't respond to these questions and starts crying.
Tom Robinson begins to give his account of what had happened and says that Mayella had forced herself upon him and he ran away. His former employer, Mr. Link Deas said that Tom had never given him trouble. Tom Robinson appears to use Logos.
Mr. Gilmer starts his questioning of Tom Robinson and questions him about his arm. Mr. Gilmer then gets Tom Robinson to admit that he still had some strength in his injured arm, and could have the strength to potentially have injured Mayella.
Atticus gives his closing remarks to the jury. He reminds them that the case was not a close one and that this case should have never even gone to trial. He also explains that the state has not provided any evidence that Tom Robinson committed any crimes.