Question:

What does Proctor want Mary Warren to tell the court in The Crucible?

Answer:

At no point does Mary Warren really ally herself with John Proctor. She made an attempt to come clean and tell the truth (that John Proctor and others did no witchcraft) but after she is accused of witchcraft she turns on Proctor. John Proctor threatens Mary Warren's life if she does not go to the court to testify to the judges that the girls have been lying.

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