My Sister's Keeper - Campbell Summary & Analysis

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Campbell says Brian should seal his case. When the judge finds out one of her parents supports Anna, granting the emancipation will not be that hard. He says Brian's support would counteract Julia's report. Campbell notes that Anna's testimony will just be customary. Brian comes in to the courthouse with Anna. Campbell senses Brian wants to say something and tells Anna to take Judge for a quick walk. Anna figures he is trying to get rid of her to talk about her and refuses to leave. Campbell asks Brian whether things are all right. Sara enters the courtroom. Brian tries to be reassuring, and Campbell realizes he is not the one being reassured.

At the hearing, Campbell asks Brian whether he ever disagreed with Sara about Anna's donating to Kate. Brian says the cord blood donation seemed simple. It was going to be thrown away, and Anna...

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