To Kill a Mockingbird

unwritten laws in to kill a mockingbird?

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There are perhaps many such instances, but there is definitely one explicit unwritten law in the story: namely, that white men of the court do not and ought not take a black man's witness seriously. This is evident early on, and it causes a great deal of trouble in regards to Tom's case.