Mary Frances Prevost’s client, Jason Ensign, was minding his own business at a San Diego Charger’s game. But he was wearing a Chief’s jersey. He was cursed at repeatedly throughout the game. As he was leaving, he “flipped off” the crowd. Security guards tackled him, beat him up, and he was charged with 7 crimes. San Diego City Attorney Jan Goldsmith refused to dismiss the charges, even though Ensign had done nothing wrong. Ensign was accused of violating the NFL Fan Code of Conduct. Mary Frances Prevost went to trial with Ensign and won a complete dismissal of all crimes. She then asked the judge to seal and destroy Ensign’s record, over City Attorney Jan Goldsmith’s objections. She won again, this time arguing against San Diego’s City Attorney himself, Jan Goldsmith. Ensign is suing in federal court.