In 1985, police officer Ray Spencer was charged with raping his son, daughter and stepson. The case against him was based on investigators' interviews with the children.
While in prison, Spencer's children began questioning their memories and having doubts of their father's guilt. Over time, they began to fight for his innocence and release from prison. It took five years of fighting, but after twenty years in prison, nearly half of Ray's life, his sentence was commuted. After not knowing their father for two decades, the family is slowly getting to know one another again.