Out of all the guilty bankers in the world, bank manager, James King, is convicted of fraud crimes he did not commit. Sentenced to hard time in maximum security San Quentin prison, he knows that his wealthy status will make him a target of other prisoners from poor backgrounds. During his final 30 days of freedom, King turns to the only person he can find who might be able to enlighten him to the harsh culture of prison. This is Darnell Lewis the man who washes his car. While being toughened up by his street-wise employee, King confronts the harsh realities of a world without justice.