Mayella claimed that she had screamed and fought, but when asked by Atticus as to why the other Ewell children didn't come to help her, she had no answer, and went into a rage when he continued to question her. She had an outburst in front of the jury in an attemt to sway their opinions
Atticus only had one witness, Tom Robinson himself. Tom's story was similar to Mayella's until she invited him inside, where she assaulted him, making him the victim. He said that the reason he ran away was because he was scared of the trial
lt Mr. Gilner, the one helping Mayella prosecute Tom, proceded to berate him and call him names
After the testimonies, Atticus made his defense for the innocence of Tom Robinson, bringing up points such as an absence of corroborative evidence and the fact that he was being tried for a capital offence.
After all the testimonies, the jury adjourned to make a descision.