Tonight on CBS broadcast their new series All Rise with an all-new Monday, December 9, 2019, Season 1 episode 9 called “Dripsy”, and we have your All Rise summary below. In tonight’s All-Risk episode, according to the CBS synopsis, “Lola exercises a seldom-used judiciary when she fires an attorney because he hasn’t offered his client a powerful defense. Mark’s father, Vic (Tony Denison), is also arrested for murder. “
Lola has to deal with a heated family business in the courtroom while water drips from the ceiling. She calls for a break so that everyone can calm down. Fisk comes in to talk about his client Carissa who is being prosecuted for armed robbery. Lola tells him not to ask for anything more, she already ignores her sketchy past. Meanwhile, Mark deals with a case with a man named Danny who is accused of theft but claims he was sleepwalking at the time. Mark comes to her break to talk to Lola. His father has contacted him. He probably wants money. Lola returns to her previous case and gave the father of a baby the chance to start over after he was accused of car-theft. Just as she finishes her speech, the ceiling collapses everywhere with water.
Lola is forced to move courtrooms and with those assistants. Sherri is not satisfied. Lola hears the case of Carissa. Fisk is not doing well with his opening statement. Lola is forced to tell him to stick to the facts. On her way back to prison, Carissa tells Luke how she did not commit the robbery and will be in prison for 25 years because of another strike in her file.
Back in court, Fisk fails to object when the prosecution brings up Carissa’s past. Lola is forced to object and do Fisk’s job for him. Mark meets his father, who is not very open about why he wants to see him. At the end of their dinner a detective comes to arrest Mark’s father.
Luke and Emily have spoken a little about Carissa’s case. Emily asks around and admits that she has a special interest in her case. She recognizes the chip on Carissa’s shoulder.
Mark tells Lola the next day that his father was brought in for murder. He can’t wrap his head around it.
Lola fires Fisk after he doesn’t represent Carissa again. Mark meets a sleep specialist about Danny before he meets the woman who says that Danny robbed her.
Carissa speaks to the court after Emily enters her lawyer. She feels as if she is being transported.
Emily and Luke go to dinner. She keeps talking about work and has to stop herself. Luke tells her how he gave Carissa a legal tip. Emily gets angry and tells him that he is not a lawyer.
Mark is desperate about his father’s charge. All he can do is throw himself into his work. Meanwhile, Fisk has called Lola’s superiors to complain several times. Luke comes to visit Emily and apologizes for talking to Carissa about everything that is legal. He was not aware of the last time Kristen was convicted. Emily was her lawyer.
Marcos to visit his father. When his father starts talking about his case, Mark tells him to stop him from being called to testify. They talk about Mike’s case for the sleepwalker. His father thinks it sounds like a scam. After helping Mark with his case, he begs for help.
Carissa is in court and tells Lola that she feels uncomfortable with how Emily represented her before and saw how she was convicted. Lola tells Carissa that she doesn’t believe and that Emily hasn’t represented her correctly, so Emily will remain as her counsel. Sherry comes in to interrupt the case. She just saw on the news that Travis, the man who gave Lola a second chance to those who were released on parole because of Grandtheft car, is now involved in another quick chase with police.
Danny’s meeting Mark and a sleep specialist. They find out the reason why he slept with a certain house that accused him of theft. It looks like his parental home. Mark drops the case.
Emily proves in court that it could not have been Carissa who robbed the man because she is left-handed and the person he identified as holding a gun is right-handed. Later, Carissa is not found guilty of all the charges.
Lola lies on the couch of her office and thinks about how she let go the man who then committed Grandtheft. Mark comes in and tells her that she is not responsible. She gave him a chance. They are interrupted by the news that the man is colliding with another driver and neither of them is allowed to make it.
Later, Lola’s boss comes to visit her to tell her that Fisk will have a hearing about his dismissal from the Carissa case.