CONVICTION SET ASIDE | CONSPIRACY to MANUFACTURE DANGEROUS DRUGS – State v. Ms. S. (DMC No. 7590) (Maricopa County Superior Court CR1998-012055): When Ms. S. was a young woman, she became involved in a group which was manufacturing methamphetamine. She was subsequently convicted and sent to prison. While in prison she completed numerous courses to improve her living conditions. Once she was out of prison, she received a degree as a Medical Assistant and had also received her certification as a Phlebotomy Technician. She was now working in the medical community and her prior conviction was preventing her from being promoted. We filed the appropriate paperwork with the court, and convinced them to set aside the judgment of guilt regarding Ms. S. She now has no convictions on her record.