no suh, she-she hugged. She hugged me round the waist.
Go ahead Mr. Gilmer
This is the beginning of the integration of Tom Robinson, Atticus asks Tom how old he is, by asking Tom this question it allows the jury to know that he is very truthful and would not lie, Atticus also tries to prove this by asking Tom about his misdemeanor.
During this scene we find out some interesting information about what had gone on November 21st, we find out that Mayella jumped on Tom to give him a hug and kissed him on the lips, this scene proves that this court case may have been made up.
This is scene is just when Mr. Gilmer will start his cross-examination on Tom Robinson.
guilty guilty... guilty...guilty
On the Balcony, you can see Scout, Jem, and Dill disgusted by the way Mr. Gilmer is performing his cross-examination. Making Tom think that he is less than him. After the cross-examination, Dill needs a break because of the racism produced by Mr. Gilmer
In this particular moment, the jury goes off to talk about a verdict, many people staying in the courthouse because they don't think it would take long. But they were wrong, the jury had been deliberating for over 2 hours.
This was the scene were, unfortunately, the jury had decided that Tom was guilty based on the evidence provided, showing just how bad Maycomb's racism really is. Atticus is disappointed but tells Tom that they could get an appeal and to not lose any hope, but it's too late.