To Kill a Mockingbird

To kill a Mockingbird

When the plot progresses to the trial, further expectations of behavior are clearly set for the spectators. What are the expectations for the spectators and how do some spectators disregard them? Do you think that it was courageous or cowardly to go against the expectations of the court? Chapters 7-12

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This is a very detailed question for one forum space. Check out chapter 17 to 22 to follow details of the trial. I'm including the link below.