I am not. i have no business with court this morning
you goin to court this morning
aren't you going down to watch
come on guys lets go into court with Reverend Sykes, maybe we can sit next to him
the doctor was not called in her condition.
In this scene; Jem, Scout, and Dill head to the court to see the trial. They all are nervous about it and think that Atticus should win the trial. They're curiosity leads them to the court and although they should stay away they still go.
why do I have to write my name. I did not do anything
In this scene; Jem, Scout and Dill ask Reverend Sykes if they can sit with him and the others in the balcony because they don't want Atticus to notice them. They go into the court and wait through out the trial.
can you just prove him guilty already.
In this scene; Heck Tate takes the stand and starts to state what happened that day. He says that Bob Ewell called him to the house and he found Mayella curled up on the floor. Many people start to wonder why a doctor was not called for her.
she came unto me in the house. She tried to turn the story around
In this scene Bob Ewell takes the stand. He gets asked a lot of questions about that day and how he saw Tom Robinson "raping" Mayella. Bob is asked to write his name and as he is writing his name the jury notices that he is left-handed which mean that the bruises on Mayella's face had to come from a left-handed person
In this scene, Mayella takes the stand and starts to cry in every statement she makes. She starts with how Tom had come to the house, raped and beat her. Atticus tries to make Mayella confused by shouting that her father had committed the crime. She starts to cry again and refuse to answer any more questions.
In this scene Tom Robinson takes the stand and starts to tell his side of the story. He starts with how Mayella took him into her house and came onto her. With that being said, Tom continues and says that Bob had appeared in the window and threatened to kill her so he fled.