To Kill a Mockingbird

explain judge taylor

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Judge Taylor is an interesting character who is full of subtlety. Although he seems unexciting and basically objective (like a judge ought to look), it is clear that he has his own agenda to absolve Tom. Even though he is dedicated to working within the justice system, Tom's death ultimately shows the wanting nature of the system itself.