Conti and the NJP investigate the case of a police officer accused of killing another officer. The investigation puts Conti back into his former life as he investigates his former fellow police officers.
While investigating a case, Conti and Swain become suspicious and believe a federal informant is really a member of a far-right militia group who was involved in the bank robbery murder for which their client was convicted.
Brianna and Sonya are working on the case of a woman convicted of murdering an elderly couple. Things get complicated when they learn of Swain's personal relationship with the former prosecutor for the case.
In 1999, Donald Brooks was convicted for the murder of an unborn child during a burglary and violent fight with the mother. A former juror asks the National Justice Project to reopen the case because he now believes Brooks was railroaded.
The National Justice Project takes the case of a teenager who was convicted of murdering his own sister. Conti takes this case very personal because of a similar case he worked on when he was a police officer.
A high school athlete was convicted of murdering a college girl eight years earlier. His sister contacts the National Justice Project for help because she believes her brother is innocent and this is her last hope.
Dan Wainwright had spent the past 13 years in prison for robbery and murder. Convinced he is innocent, his wife contacts the National Justice Project for help because she wants to clear her husband's name and introduce him to the son he never met.
Jane McDermott is a 32-year-old former drug addict. She was convicted for murdering her father and is now serving a life sentence for the crime. She had always claimed to be innocent, and now the National Justice Project believe her and have taken her case.