What does the jury find in the case vs Tom Robinson?
We find the defendant guilty on the charge of Rape.
Stand for your father
The Finch family lives in Alabama in the small town of Maycomb where the father Atticus is a lawyer with strong principles and raising his kids on his own. Atticus takes on a huge case defending a black man, Tom Robinson who is wrongly accused of raping a local white woman. Atticus collects evidence to prove his innocence.
Atticus wants to send his kids home for the verdict but Jem really wants to stay because he is certain that his dad proved Tom's innocence. Scout notices that when the jury comes in they will not make eye contact with Tom, a bad sign. Jem is devastated by the verdict, and some of his faith in the world is lost. Atticus tells Tom and his kids that they will appeal.
The people in the "colored section" in the balcony stand for Atticus as he exits the courtroom. They do this as a sign of respect for the first white lawyer to defend a black man with real effort and they knew that Atticus thought Tom was innocent and falsely accused.