To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Student Essay

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To Kill a Mocking Bird: Tom Is Not Guilty

Summary: Essay is an argument to convince the judge that Tom Robinson is innocent in the novel "To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee.
Looking over all the evidence and listening to the witnesses, I think I have made the right decision. [I, a juror for the Tom Robinson case, believe him to be not guilty.] All the evidence that I am about to explain can back up my decision. Mayella seemed to have a plan, her wounds were on the right side of her face, and she was ashamed to like a blackman. All this evidence proves that Tom Robinson is an innocent man.

Mayella Ewell is the loneliest person in the world. She takes care of seven siblings and her drunken father, and has no friends. Tom passes their house every day on his way to work and she asks him to help her fix things. Being the nice man Tom is, he usually offers to lend her a hand. One time Mayella...

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