He's up for parole. Two years too soon. Elizabeth Strong knew the day would come, but she wasn't sure she was ready. Over time, she learned to put her own problems and fears aside. She needs to concentrate on her job. A court advocate needs to stay strong. Her clients depend on her. With thoughts of the past seeping through, she's handed a high-profile case: The wife of journalist, Brandon DeFranco, for the Silverton Tribune. Concerned, Detective Martinez warns Elizabeth to keep her distance. After the woman retracts her police statement, Elizabeth deals with the fallout of an angry crime writer's musings. Does the woman really need help, or is it a ploy for Brandon to publicly bash the system yet again? With Silverton PD, and everyone associated with them, subject to ridicule, Elizabeth is torn. Not only does she wonder if her efforts of fighting for her client are futile, she's weighted with the decision of trying to keep a dangerous man in prison, where he belongs.
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