To Kill a Mockingbird

Why does atticus bring up toms other run-in with the law

From the 19th chapter

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Because a good lawyer knows it's wise to bring up an earlier conviction before the other side does, in order to explain and/or defuse it. It's the smart thing to do...... that's way the subject has already been broached.