Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
At the tail end of her starring career, Agnes Ayres played a young woman attempting to prove that her father (Rhody Hathaway) was framed in this confusing crime drama from low-budget Raleigh Pictures. After stealing a false confession from the district attorney's office, Billie Marden (Ayres) finds herself blackmailed by a detective who forces her to act as co-respondent in a nasty divorce case. The district attorney (Forrest Stanley), who has fallen in love with Billie, not only helps her escape from the blackmailer but also nails the gang that framed her father. The whole affair is a sordid one, and a far cry from Ayres' most famous film, The Sheik (1921).
District-Attorney, innocence, lawyer, love, robbery