Ch Mayella testifies, and her account of the incident changes repeatedly. She is very upset while being questioned, and thinks Atticus is mocking her because of his manners. Tom stands up and we learn he is crippled.
An example of direct characterization directed towards Mr. Cunningham described by Atticus is, "Mr. Cunningham is basically a good man,” he said, “he just has his blind spots along with the rest of us.
Chapter "'Don't matter who they are, anybody who sets foot in this house's yo' company, and don't you let me catch you remarkin' on their wye like you was so high and mighty!'" (Lee Indirect Characterization: Calpurnia respects everyone.