She respects him.
She does not like him or understand him.
She is in love with him.
She wants to be just like him.
She asks him what he means.
She says no.
She immediately says yes.
She says sometimes.
He had an alibi.
She was beaten by someone right-handed and Tom's right hand is crippled.
She was beaten by someone left-handed and Tom's left hand is crippled.
She was obviously attacked by an animal, not a human.
He said he helped her because he felt sorry for her.
He said he helped her because he loved her.
He admitted to beating and raping her.
He said he saw her father beat her.
Dill sees him buy a coke instead of whiskey.
Dill sees him put a coke in a paper sack instead of whiskey.
He tells DIll he doesn't like whiskey.
Dill takes a drink from his bottle and discovers that it is just cola, not whiskey.
When Reverend Sykes tells him the children didn't come to church.
When Miss Maudie tells him the children didn't visit her.
When Calpurnia tells him the children were missing.
When Miss Caroline tells him the children didn't show up to school.
Life in prison without parole
7 years of hard labor
Mental institution for the criminally insane
He cries because he is angry and doesn't understand how the jury could do that.
He cries because he is sad and doesn't want Tom to be away from his family.
He cries because he is happy that justice was served.
He cries because he is proud that the jury made the right decision.
He spits right back in his face.
He punches him in the face.
He laughs at him and walks away.
He wipes his face and says he's too old to fight.
They are proud that Atticus won the case.
They are proud that Atticus did his best.
They are happy that Atticus lost the case.
They are happy that Tom is going to be set free.