This is a story about a cop who goes to jail for killing a boy while under the influence of drugs. Everyone believes he did it, but he maintains his innocence. Behind bars he studies law, and becomes an attorney when he gets out. He begins to take on cases involving people he knows, to fight injustice. Meanwhile, he tries to put his family life back together and find a way to put his crooked former boss behind bars. Roberto Alamo plays a hardened but sensitive tough guy, the perfect politically correct man. But as Caronte pursues his former boss, the series gets more and more melodramatic. He does things that defy logic like *spoiler alert* hiding large sums of cash in his apartment and keeping a weapon he stole from the Comisario's desk in his car's glove box. What could possibly go wrong? You'd think he'd treat the evidence that could finally put his nemesis behind bars with more care. The early episodes are best, and pretty solid entertainment. I like the entire supporting cast, although Carlos Hipolito is more of a toady as Comisario than menacing nemesis. The characters are interesting and you become vested in their welfare. Miriam Giovanelli is wonderful as the novice lawyer seeking to parner with Caronte. Her character has drive, independence and the confidence of youth. But she became pregnant in real life during the filming of season 1 ( though her character didn't) and it shows. In some later season 1 scenes her face is ghostly pale. Both her body and her personality changed, and she lost some of her charm and appeal. Still, the show is a solid 3.5 stars, better than so much that's on TV nowadays. If you don't examine the plot lines too closely, you'll enjoy it more.