You should compare your #s with the LSAC website.
No idea of your chances, but I did read on several books with quotes from AdComms that for mature applicants out of school for long time (9 years certainly is a long time), the GPA is less important. This of course means that your LSAT # is even more important.
Also, you may want to use your PS to sell yourself to the AdComm by telling them that you are not the same kid with the low GPA. You have had a sucessful career, accomplished tangible things, etc.
When #s are not good, you have to do your best to show that you are more than just #s.
So, I hope your PS is fantastic
And good luck.