He leaves them behind. Questions that you might want to consider include: If justice and fairness are so elusive, how can Atticus and Scout continue to believe in them?
Atticus is a prominent lawyer in Maycomb. He is an honest man and strongly disfavors racism. The trial begins and Atticus makes a great defense claiming that Ewell is lying.
He takes Jem and Scout home. Jem is a wise and daring boy. Atticus Finch: Atticus is Scout and Jem father and a widowed man.
Scout and Jem also become a victim of it by schoolmates and others. Reverse racism is also present in the novel, as evidenced by the threats against Atticus Finch and his family as he defends Tom Robinson.