To Kill a Mockingbird

What is the symbolism of the courthouse lights in the following passage?

"This time Judge Taylor's gavel came down with a bang, and as it did the overhead lights went on in the courtroom."


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This might symbolize judge Taylor's authority and the fact that he knows the truth even though the jury is deciding to be ignorant.