To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | The Courtroom Scene: Chapters 17-18

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The Courtroom Scene: Chapters 17-18

Summary: A short summary of the Courtroom Scene in "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee.
The judge presiding over the court, for this trail, was Judge Taylor. The first witness called to the stand was Mr. Heck Tate. The circuit solicitor was Mr. Gilmer. While being questioned by the solicitor, Mr. Tate testified that the whole incident occurred on the night of November twenty-first.

He said that he was leaving his office to go home, when Mr. Ewell burst into the office, saying that his daughter, Mayella, had been raped by a black man. He then was questioned whether he went to the Ewell's residence, and he said, "Certainly." He then continued to say that he had seen Mayella lying on the floor. He asked who had done it and Mayella said that it had been Tom Robinson. Then it was Atticus' turn.

The first question from Attics was whether Mr. Tate had called a doctor. Mr. Tate then stated...

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