Louisiana Motion to Set Conviction Aside and Dismiss Prosecution
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In this example, the defendant states that he has not been convicted of any other offense during the period of his suspended sentence and probation. Therefore, he requests the court to set aside the conviction and dismiss the prosecution, pursuant to Title 40, Section 893 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes. Defendant further states that the District Attorney does not object to the motion. An attached order grants the motion.

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