Great Expectations

How does Dickens gain sympathy for the people who are on trial?

ch 55-56

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Really everything is stacked against these guys. Nothing that they have done in life or could do in life is taken into consideration. They are almost guilty before even being tried. There was certainly more to old Magwitch than his crimes as Pip was beginning to see.