Intermediate Crisis synopsis.
The story about the detective Nick Novak revolves around the dramatic premises that: There is some good in all criminals and some felonies should not have a strike attached to it. He, up until an LCE, was a no tolerance detective seeking hell even for criminals committing minor felons. After seeing a hardened criminal running through flames to save a boy from burring to death, he became an advocate for lessoning sentences for minor felons.
Continuing through Vig, 5, Nick, aiming to right his wrong philosophy about hell for small time criminals, is speaking on his cause of making only violent horrendous felonies fall within the Three Strikes and you're Out law.
Here in Vig 5, obstacles, as punctured tires, broken car windows, continue to arise, and finally he is prohibited from making speeches due to a court decision.
He was threatened to have his license revoked, but that turned out to be illegal.
This Vig ends with the laws up until 2011 making the Three Strikes and You're Out law sentencing felonious petty thieves going to prison for 50 years or even life defunct. Now it takes three offenses as felonies petty thefts to make one strike.