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You can probably expect more handouts the next time you walk past a courthouse.
A federal judge has dismissed an indictment of jury tampering against Julian Heicklen, a retired chemistry professor who stood outside courthouses in Manhattan and elsewhere and told jurors to vote their conscience, according to the New York Times. Law Blog detailed Heicklenís case back in February 2011.