To Kill a Mockingbird: Ch 17-21 Trials

To Kill a Mockingbird: Ch 17-21 Trials

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The Trial of Tom Robinson

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  • Chapter 17
  • Chapter 18
  • Chapter 19
  • Mr. Tate, lawyer of Mr. Bob Ewell, Explains Mr. Ewell's point of view of how he saw the r**e happened.
  • Chapter 20
  • Mayella Ewell, the victim of the r**e, comes up and explains what happened to her. It seems like Tom did this on purpose. Then Mayella accused Atticus of making fun of her when in reality he's not.
  • Chapter 21
  • Tom Robinson, the proposed suspect of the r**e, now explains that he actually didn't try to do it. Claiming that Mayella came up and made him do it.
  • Thanks for reading this
  • Atticus gets an idea that, maybe Tom Robinson is not guilty, but who is? Then brings little description of who it could be.
  • On a February Morning, Judge Taylor started polling the Jury guilty, then Atticus left in the unusual direction
  • 4/28/2016
  • Created by: Cameron Vis
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