AND JUSTICE FOR ALL - And Justice for All note-taking guide A Jury of Her Peers Take notes on the key characters in this story Character Mrs Hale Mrs

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And Justice for All note-taking guide“A Jury of Her Peers”Take notes on the key characters in this story:CharacterDescription of the CharacterEvidence from the Story that Supports DescriptionMrs. HaleShe is married to Mr. Hale and is a little moreoutspoken than Peters.She is a stronger character."Of course we don't know who killed the bird.""I knew John Wright," was Mrs. Hale's answer."It was an awful thing was done in this house that night, Mrs. Hale," said the sheriff's wife. "Killing a man while he slept—slipping a thing round his neck that choked the life out of him."“There was the sound of a knob turning in the inner door. Martha Hale snatched the box from the sheriff's wife, and got it in the pocket of her big coat just as the sheriff and the county attorney came backinto the kitchen.”Mrs. PetersShe is married to the sheriff and apparently “married to the law”. She is timid and soft-spoken."I'm glad you came with me," Mrs. Peterssaid nervously, as the two women were about to follow the men in through the kitchen door.”"No; Mrs. Peters doesn't need supervising. For that matter, a sheriff's wife is married to the law. Ever think of it that way, Mrs. Peters?"Mrs. WrightShe used to be a cheerful woman but after being married to

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