Annotation: This here is excerpts from the Court Transcripts during the Scopes Trial. In this document it shows what was said during the Trial. It also goes by days starting from day 1 all the way until the court is adjourned.There are questions being asked for the selection of the juror.You can see that Mr.Scopes did not agree with the verdict and being fined the $100.
Eighty years ago, in July 1925, the mixture of religion, science and the public schools caught fire in Dayton, Tenn. The Scopes trial — or "Monkey Trial," as it was called — dominated headlines across the country.
Annotation : This is a newspaper article on the Scopes Trial. The article is published by the New York TImes. The article is letting the public know that Scopes was found guilty and fined $100. Also in this article it talks about Byran being unable to give his speech that he been preparing.It brings up that Darrow felt that the crime was similar to witchcraft. Its shows that the audience laughed at the judge after making a remark at the end of the trial. I feel that he shouldnt be fined because he taught about evolution. Although, He did break the law i think he should have been sentenced a few days but not pay the $100.
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