CJ Tillman is a troubled, 29 year old, two-strike felon who is paroled back to the on the gang-infested streets of Compton where he grew up. Without a family or positive role models to guide him, he has spent the last fifteen years in and out of the California penal system. Between trips to the penitentiary, he fathered a daughter, Camille, who has since inspired him change his ways. During his most recent prison stay, he earned a G.E.D. and completed an automotive repair course, giving him an option to drug dealing as a way to make a living. Through a prison ministry, he lines up a job and a place to live, helping him gain parole. Fresh out and determined to succeed, life looks promising for CJ as he begins a new start in the home of Royce and Mable Henderson an older, couple, who live a modest existence in a quiet neighborhood. The Henderson's have known happier days, before debilitating strokes left Royce wheelchair-bound and unable to speak. Mable, a tireless caretaker, tries to ... Written by
Doing time doesn't mean you've paid your debt.