For every action there's an equal reaction. Or at least that's what we're told, but Rey Quintana just learned the hard way what Noah Conway already knew. Rey's a good kid who's made some mistakes. He doesn't run with a gang and he's working hard both at his job and in his community college courses. Noah's an ex-cop who became a bondsman in a failed attempt to salvage his marriage. It didn't work and now his job has taken over his life all over again. One choice is about to send both their lives into chaos and set the pair on a collision course that can only end in tragedy. With a unique dual-perspective storytelling, Three Strikes fearlessly calls what's foul and what's fair.