Jake Peterson (Charlie Sheen) is a renegade cop who thrives on the adrenaline rush of danger and fear, and is no more at home than when the bullets start flying, with his insatiable quest for a piece of the action causing him to have a callous disregard for those nearest and dearest to him, all but alienating even his closest family. The biggest and baddest criminals come and go as they fall victim to Jake Peterson's own brand of justice, and the body count rises in spectacular fashion. Unfortunately for Jake, his true sense of loyalty is about to be severely tested when he thwarts a multi-million dollar drug deal, and revenge and retribution are the only focus of the battle hardened high-tech criminals, who have suffered as a result of Jake's interference.
No Code Of Conduct is one of those rare action films that is very re watchable. Charlie Sheen is awesome as Jake Peterson, a custom built character for him. He is finally tuned and works well with Mark Dacascos as Paulie (his partner). Martin Sheen does what he does best and that's play authority. His dignity and class carry him through this part. Meredith Salenger is well cast as Jake's wife Rebecca. Great villians in this movie make all the more fun to watch.