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The Client Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9 Summary

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Chapter 9 Summary

Barry Muldanno hires a new lawyer, Willis Upchurch. Willis Upchurch is an angry faced, bushy haired, loud lawyer, who loves to be seen and heard. He is practically owned by the mafia, and so, when Barry's uncle, Johnny Sulari, called on him, he came running and was full of excitement.

Diane lay in bed with Ricky, as he slowly came out of his coma. Mark arrives at the hospital with Reggie. Reggie stays at the nurse's station, as Mark walks into Ricky's room. Mark asks the doctor if Ricky has spoken yet. The doctor says that he's only uttered a few mumbles here and there. The doctor asks Mark if his Mom has some family who can help her for the next while. Mark tells the doctor that they don't have any family who can help. They have one Aunt, who is on bad terms with his...

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