Iris Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Iris McBride and her family are uprooted and forced to move to Albuquerque after she witnesses a gang shooting. Her father, a successful doctor, is livid when he learns that just because his daughter disobeyed him and went to the wrong part of town, he has to give up his practice. When Mary first meets the family she assures them that things will get better, but that's hard for them to believe when it'll take weeks for their furniture to get to them, they're living on a government stipend, and the only job the dad can get is at a free clinic. Mary has to keep Iris safe while she testifies, but the more difficult task is going to be keeping the family from falling apart.