Find the door where the witnesses go in, and show the door-keeper this note for Mr. Lorry. He will then let you in.
Into the court.
Into the court, sir?
Jerry Cruncher enters the courtroom.
Ah! He'll be drawn on a hurdle to be half hanged, and then he'll be taken down and sliced before his own face, and then his inside will be taken out and burnt while he looks on, and then his head will be chopped off, and he'll be cut into quarters. That's the sentence
Jerry Cruncher spots Jarvis Lorry, Lucie Manette, and Docter Manette among the crowd.
The Judge and the victim enter the court, and the trial begins.
"[Lucie Manette's] forehead had been strikingly expressive of an engrossing terror and compassion that saw nothing but peril for the accused."