What happened after that had a dreamlike quality: in a dream I saw the jury return, moving like underwater swimmers, and Judge Taylor’s voice came from far away, and was tiny. I saw something only a lawyer’s child could be expected to see, could be expected to watch for, and it was like watching Atticus walk into the street, raise a rifle to his shoulder and pull the trigger, but watching all the time knowing that the gun was empty.
A jury never looks at a defendant it has convicted, and when this jury came in, not one of them looked at Tom Robinson.

– Harper Lee

To Kill a Mockingbird, Chapter 21. Scout describes the return of the Tom Robinson trial jury from their deliberations and the voice of Judge Taylor like as if she was in a trance-type state. She knows it will be a guilty verdict, especially when none of the jurors look at Tom Robinson.