To Kill a Mockingbird

Why is Atticus worried about Tom Robinson's trial?

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Atticus says that the circumstances of the case couldn't worse - the case comes down to a black man's word against the word of the white Ewell family, and the jury couldn't possibly take Tom's word over the word of white people.