To Kill a Mockingbird

How does Atticus Finch quietly protest Jim Crow laws before Tom Robinson's trial?

Jim Crow laws= laws ratified by southern states and municipalities in the 1880s, which legalized segregation between blacks and whites.

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He really does this by his actions. Atticus protests Jim Crow laws by reminding people that a man is not guilty until proven so in a court of law. He defends Tom Robinson in court.