That Was Then, This Is Now - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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The two men responsible for Charlie's death were sentenced to death following a short trial. Bryon and Mark had to testify against them, though Bryon found he did not really care about the outcome. Charlie was dead and nothing about the trial was going to change that.

Bryon's mother had to stay in the hospital for a month, so money and food were getting scarce. Bryon decided to get a haircut and change his attitude in an effort to find a job and help. Mark said he was going to help too, and quit sponging off Bryon and his mother. Bryon wanted to tell him how much he meant to them, but he did not.

That night, Cathy told Bryon that she was afraid that M&M was smoking marijuana because he did not seem happy at home anymore and she never knew where he was...

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