Billy McBride tells Father Anan that no Catholic priest would give a full Catholic funeral to someone who had committed suicide. This was the doctrine of the Church in the past but it has not been Church policy for at least 20 years. See more »
Billy starts to put the pieces together. When his client is murdered by a hit and run driver, he realizes that his life and the lives of others are in danger. The mega-corp is behind this and he is considered dangerous to them. His ex still works for them and is pretty clueless as to how ruthless they are. Billy is like a rabid dog now, because he feels he has nothing to lose. Meanwhile, he has to convince a judge to allow his case to continue. He uses threats to get witnesses to cooperate and the son of the murdered man to engage in some fairly convoluted methods. The judge is a strange entity. Is he an ambitious pawn or just strict arbiter. The evil boss played by William Hurt who endlessly clicks something when he is trying to intimidate people is a great villain. More after four.
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