Murders of a family in their Philadelphia home 12 years ago led to the conviction of two construction workers. The sentence quelled rising racial tension and made a name for DA Adam Page. Now, Innocence Initiative caseworker Christine Rosa believes that one of the two convicts isn't guilty, and she struggles to stop his impending execution. Working to exonerate him, she clashes with Page, who would uphold the verdict and his reputation. Faced with the question of a man's innocence but motivated by their history -- their own divide -- they struggle within the justice system.