Hashem told me to tell all of you that if you do not follow in the ways of the Torah, then Jerusalem will be like Shilo
Wait, what happened in Shilo?
. . . If you, Bnei Yisroel, do not return to Hashem and his commandments, then this land will be destroyed.
How dare you say such a thing, that the Beit Hamikdash will be destroyed like Shilo
Kohanim and Naviim
Hashem sent Yirmiyahu to prophesize to Bnei Yisroel at the entrance of the Beit Hamikdash to tell them that if they do not return to hashem and follow the mitzvot, then Jerusalem will be just like Shilo, destroyed.
We are taking you to court because you said horrible things about the House of God
Yirmiyahu used the example of Shilo to show that Hashem is able and willing to destroy His house. Shilo was where the Mishkan resided for over 300 years and was considered holy. Bnei Yisroel thought that Hashem would never destroy His house, but Yirmiyahu is reminding them of Shilo to show that Hashem will do the same thing to Jerusalem if they do not follow Hashem.
This man deserves death
hmm. Let me hear both sides before I make a decision
As of right now, I'm pretty neutral
Hashem told me to say this. But if you do Teshuva, Hashem will change his mind. You can kill me, but I'm innocent
After Yirmiyahu finishes to say the entire prophecy, the Kohanim and Naviim become angry and ask Yirmiyahu how he could say such a horrible thing about the Holy Land and about the House of Hashem.
Based on what I heard, we cannot kill Yirmiyahu
After hearing what Yirmiyahu said, the officers of Yehuda are taking Yirmiyahu to court because they believe that Yirmiyahu deserves death.
Officers of Yehuda
Kohanim & Naviim
In the courtroom, it is divided by the people who think Yirmiyahu is guilty and other people who can be swayed in either direction. The Kohanim and Naviim still claim that Yirmiyahu deserves death because of the things he said,
Yirmiyahu testifies and says that Hashem sent him and it is their decision to kill him or not, but if they kill Yirmiyahu, the people and the city will have innocent blood on their hands. Then, the judge states that since he was sent by Hashem, he cannot be killed.