Jesse (Stephanie Finochio) is a good cop capable of very bad things. A police detective with a hot temper and body to match, she's sworn to uphold the law, but she'll bend it any way she can to protect her family and make sure the low-lifes infecting the putrid underbelly of Nassau County, Long Island are brought to swift and decisive justice. Hard hitting, hard drinking and hard loving, Jesse has her own unique style of vigilantism. She takes no prisoners and makes no apologies, serving as both judge and executioner on the mean streets she's cleaning up. When a drug deal involving her brother goes bad and her mother is brutally beaten, Jesse takes matters into her own sexy, self-assured hands, dispensing capital punishment with a vengeance. With a sawed-off shotgun and the protection of a police lieutenant who believes the end justifies her means, Jesse confronts a lineup of thugs who make bad guys in other films look like choirboys. And in the end, she uses her lethal weapons to exact revenge and retribution straight to the top. In the tradition of classics like "Death Wish" and "Walking Tall," "Jesse" is a gritty, no-holds-barred story of a tough, fiery woman in a corrupt man's world who battles both crime and the system to help make things right.