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Jacob Harlon (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) is a successful stock broker living with his wife Katherine (Lake Bell) and son Joshua. One night after departing a dinner, he unintentionally runs a red light, causing an accident that kills his friend Tom (Max Greenfield), who was riding in his car. His lawyer advises Harlon to take a plea deal, which will see him serving 16 months, instead of going to trial as he could do up to 7 years if he lost his case. Harlon agrees and is sentenced to incarceration at California Institution for Men (Chino).
Upon his arrival, Jacob is shocked by the brutal realities of the prison environment. Heeding his lawyer's advice to stand his ground, he reacts aggressively when provoked by an African-American prisoner in the exercise yard. After being detained in the SHU (Secured Housing Unit), Harlon realized he has caught the attention of Bottles (Jeffrey Donovan), the Chino shotcaller for the PEN1 (Public Enemy No.1), a violent white supremacist gang. Bottles, thinking Harlon attacked the African-American prisoner for racial reasons, offers him protection and entry into PEN1. In return, Harlon is forced to carry out various tasks, from smuggling heroin to killing a "snitch" within his gang.
Harlon, nicknamed Money, begins to rise in rank and acquire gang-related tattoos. During a prison riot, Harlon gets caught on camera murdering another prisoner while protecting Herman Gómez (Juan Pablo Raba), the leader of the Sureños. As a result, he is sentenced to several more years, effectively quintupling his original sentence. He tells Katherine to forget about him, and stops all contact with his wife and son. Eventually, Katherine files for divorce.
Harlon's new convictions validate him as a gang member. He is transferred to Corcoran State Prison to be placed under maximum-security. Like other "heavy-hitters", he is only allowed one hour of "yard time" per day (which is spent in a steel cage, where he can talk to prisoners in adjacent cages). Eventually, Harlon is introduced to Jerry “the Beast” Manning (Holt McCallany), the head shot caller for the Aryan Brotherhood. For the last seven years, Beast has been managing the gang's activities from inside the prison via corrupt correctional officers. Impressed with Harlon's dedication, Beast promoted Harlon to his second-in-command. Harlon serves out his time in the SHU with no further incidents.
Before Harlon is released, he is ordered by Beast to orchestrate an arms deal with the Sureños. At his hesitation, Beast tells him he has to continue serving the gang's interests in exchange for his family's safety.
Upon his release, Harlon is greeted by Frank “Shotgun” (Jon Bernthal) and other gang members, including Howie (Emory Cohen), a young former soldier with no criminal record. He learns that the weapon cache was found by Howie while in service. Meanwhile, Harlon's parole officer Ed Kutcher (Omari Hardwick) is approached by Sheriff Sanchez (Benjamin Bratt) and other heads of a task force. They believe Harlon is putting together a large arms deal, and Harlon is put under surveillance. Despite the surveillance, Harlon sets the deal in motion, while making arrangements to transfer his "clean money" to his wife. Harlon becomes suspicious of Shotgun, and discovers him working as Kutcher's CI.
On the day of the deal, Harlon shakes off surveillance and kills Shotgun. Kutcher finds Shotgun's body and retrieves his cellphone. After Harlon's group retrieves the weapon cache, they head to the exchange location. Harlon texts the location's coordinates to Shotgun's cellphone. After warning Howie to stay away from the criShot Caller
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