Robocop's partner, Lewis, is following him around, concerned about his gestapo tactics. He captures one, then at the next house shoots a man he believes is a murderer. The man tries to say that he was forced to commit the crime--and Robo shoots him. Then, the man's daughter starts screaming, calling him a bad man. This makes him start to wonk out, having flashbacks with his own son, back when he was fully human. He stumbles out onto the road and collapses. Lewis takes him back to the lab, where they can't find anything wrong with the system. Lewis walks in, saying it probably has to do with the man caught inside the machine. With Robocop off duty for twenty-four-hours, crimes escalate. On the news, gang members say they are rioting because of Robocop--and a group even holds a school bus of children hostage, demanding that he show up so they can kill him. The news footage snaps Robocop out of his comatose state and he takes off to the scene on his motorcycle. He's doing all of this because of emotion, not his programming.
This fits in with the other three Robocop one-shot comics from Boom! I like it that it uses his partner, Lewis, in a larger role.