The result of the trail ended in favor of the pretender, the Ewell family. The trial of Tom Robinson and Atticus have helped…. Finch's case later conceded with the prosecution that despite this handicap he was still quite physically capable of physically molesting a woman. I think that Bob Ewell was guilty because he saw that she kissed Tom and got so mad at her that he beat her and tried to blame it on Tom. Then Miss Stephanie informs them of what happened earlier in the day: Bob Ewell had confronted Atticus at the post office, spat in his face and threatened his life. It the results of the court case , expanded on the idea of how detestable people can be.
All of the evidence suggest that he beat Mayella because he's right handed and she was beaten on the left side of face. The case was directed by Judge Taylor. The jury probably found Tom Robinson guilty because of his color. Tom Robinson is a mockingbird. That shows the person that beats Mayella is not Tom Robinson.
He is careful on what he says and says things respectfully. Whom do you believe is guilty, why? I didn't wanta harm her Mr. ~ Chanel Loftin Anonymous Delaney Smith 2 I think that Tom Robinson could have been found guilty because he is a different race then Bob Ewell and Mayella, and from all of the Jury. While in prison, Tom made a run for the prison wall. He pitied Mayella for her deplorable condition and so helped her whenever possible. In the end, Tom Robinson was found guilty.
In the end Tom did die. The loss of hope and the reality of confinement seem to be what drove Tom to his choice. If Bob found mayella beaten up a normal person would have called a doctor to look at her injuries. And this proves that Tom had to be guilty because either way Bob intended to get him killed. I think Bob Ewell is guilty because he is left handed and when Mayella was asked if Bob beat here she didn't answer. He is innocent and hard working. The Mayor of Maycomb County has thus far denied any allegations of racial bias in the trial and assures all interested party that everyone's interest has been represented for the good of each, with justice being served as intended by the letter of the law.
The future of Maycomb is looking up for the future in having less racism. I believe that that Bob Ewell is guilty for beating Mayella. She was mighty banged up. That tell's you that the future of Maycomb County is very untrustworthy and racist. What is even more is that he had to be killed in this disgusting unfair way to prove the title or you can call it the main theme of the novel '' To kill a mockingbird ''. Also, Bob Ewell was the only one that took action of any sort after the trial related to it.
They found Tom guilty because it was his word against a white families word. The jury could find Tom Robinson guilty because it was a white jury and a black man was on trial. Sheriff Tate, however, has dismissed the charges as utterly false, stating that Bob Ewell was simply drunk and fell on his knife, bleeding to death while under the effects of his intoxication. I think that Bob Ewell is guilty because Toms story sound more accurate. This says that in the future this kind of thing will not happen as often, because people know it's wrong. I don't think a similar situation could happen today with all of our technology. Gilmer and the defending lawyer was Atticus Finch.
But being set in the mid-1900s, racism was high,and discrimination of the blacks was still running. Tom Robinson is Proved Guilty Before Trial In the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, Tom Robinson, the black man falsely convicted of rape, had absolutely no chance of a fair trial. As Scout realizes, His left hand had been injured in an accident. I have a hunch that it's got something to do with Boo Radley. They don't like to be proven wrong and are not open to new ideas.
Tom Robinson was found guilty even though he was not and was sent to prison. Due to the extreme prejudice views of the town, Tom Robinson was unjustly prosecuted for a crime that he was incapable of committing. Tom Robinson had been found deceased at Alabama state jail after being shot at seventeen times after trying to make an escape from the prison. Most likely not because a now these days African America have equal rights like everyone else. Jem's feelings on the trial are much deeper than Dill's. Other elements of the courtroom took on the appeal of a circus as well such as when Link Deas, employer of Mr. The shooting, additionally, made people sympathise for a man who while not guilty, was punished due to the ill decisions of others.
Would you have made the same choice as Tom? A notable example is the article of Mr. When she tries to defend her father, she starts fights with the people mocking her until Atticus asks her to ignore the insults, but she can hardly stay calm. And i totally agree with you that the people were bias and the people who lived or seen the trail because the folks there were pretty much the same in their belief like when Miss. As I stated earlier, this lack of honesty can truly break down the integrity of the justice… 871 Words 4 Pages Tom Robinson Found Guilty For Rape Tom Robinson, a Negro man, was accused of raping Mayella Ewell, a 19 year old and the daughter of Bob Ewell. I think it tells that there were people in the jury that believed Tom Robinson, so in the future there will be more people that believe a different race.
The evidence Atticus brings to trial proves Tom's innocence, but overcoming years of racism takes more than one day in court. If Cunningham did the right thing and said Not Guilty, then the one theme would still be there which is integrity. If Tom Robinson wasn't have been guilty, then the whole town will be happy because they all know that Tom Robison was not guilty. Based on how long it took the jury it seems like it was a hard choice because they knew what was right but they didn't want to choose a black man over a white man. And if that where to happen the story would somewhat lose its main point and its to kill a mockingbird. He learns that the world isn't always just, that his father was wrong when he said a courtroom.