In P. v. C.S., a young woman with no criminal record at all was arrested at a hotel and charged with a prostitution offense. If convicted of that specific charge, she would have been unable to secure the job she was seeking in the airline industry. Attorney Dudley, however, persuaded the city attorney to accept a plea of no contest to a trespassing charge. After the defendant completed a short period of summary probation, Mr. Dudley successfully moved to DISMISS the case. That dismissal allowed his client to keep her newly acquired job and pursue the career she wanted.