Twenty years ago in the town of Medina, Kentucky, Michael Yurley committed an unthinkable act. His younger brother, Andrew, was the only witness to the crime and his testimony sent the seventeen-year-old Michael to prison for life. The trial, the crime, and its infamy tore their family apart, and Andrew has been on the move ever since, haunted by what he'd done and by what now can never be. But now Michael has a second chance. A minor at the time of the crime, but tried as an adult, his case is now up for re-sentencing and Andrew is their star witness. Brought back to Medina by a lawyer desperate for a win, Andrew must confront the place and people he fled, including a sister who rejected him for his blood betrayal and a mother destroyed by the loss of her family. The only thing Andrew isn't counting on is striking up an unlikely friendship with a young girl, Beth, who, unbeknownst to them both, is his niece. That is, until she discovers the truth and decides to take matters into her own hands, attempting to heal severed ties. Her decision puts Andrew on a collision course with his estranged family, the actions of his past, and the very brother whose crime has burdened them all for two decades.