Marisa successfully argued motions to set aside convictions for two contested cases. In one case, she argued that two of her client’s felonies should count as one felony under the “one bad night” rule. She provided evidence that supported this position ahead of the hearing, which helped the judges in two separate courts make their decisions. In the second case, where the court ordered additional briefing, she made the innovative argument that statutory construction supported the argument that a person could get up to three felonies expunged, despite being convicted of more than three felonies. Her motions in both cases were granted! Her clients are thrilled with the results and the chance to move forward without these offenses on their record.