To Kill a Mockingbird

what are the conflicts portrayed in the book as the trial unfolds and intensifies?

external and internal conficts

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One is the sanctity of the court as the last bastion of fairness in a racist community. Atticus believes fervently that the courts can transcend the ignorance of racism. Unfortunately the jury's bigotry was able to manipulate what Atticus felt was sacred.

The conflict of good vs evil- Tom vs Bob Ewell

THe ever present conflict of truth and lies.

The conflict of justice and bigotry.