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In Act III of "The Crucible", Mary Warren initially goes to court to tell Judge Danforth that the girls are lying and have been lying from the very beginning. When she tries to give this information to Danforth he thinks that she is bewitched by someone who is forcing her to lie to the court by telling him that the girls had been lying. Therefore, Danforth thinks that Mary Warren's appearance in court might be due to a witch or the devil forcing her to tell him that the girls are lying.
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