Amy Ralston took ecstasy for the first time in the spring of 1985. It was Saturday night, and Ralston, a striking 25-year-old blonde, had a blind date. At a girlfriend's urging, Ralston says she dosed up before heading out to the now-defunct nightclub Papagayo, a laser-lit meat market that was popular with North... More >>>
After serving nine years of hard time, Amy Ralston celebrates her freedom at a San Francisco restaurant shortly after President Bill Clinton commuted her 24-year mandatory sentence. Unable to beat the legal system, Ralston used the political system and won Clinton's sympathy.