In To Kill A Mockingbird. Here in chapter 15 and 16 we see how Atticus tries to protect his children from the ugly realities of adult life. Atticus did not want his children to be in court, but they manage to see most of the trial. Do you think that it was good or bad for them to be there?
Discuss (in writing) whether you think it right for young people to be able to witness criminal trials. Explain your reasons. The goal is to be persuasive. (400-600 words).