Michigan Man Passing Out Jury Nullification Fliers Hit With Felony Obstruction Charges, Accused of Jury TamperingChris Menahan | InformationLiberation
Dec. 02, 2015
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Judges really don't like it when people inform potential jurors of their rights, but that is even more true when it comes to the most despicable shysters on the planet: government prosecutors.
It just so happens Judge Peter Jaklevic out of Mecosta County, Michigan is a former prosecutor, so you can imagine how he reacted when he found out a lowly pleb was passing out jury nullification fliers in front of his courthouse.
From FOX 17:
MECOSTA COUNTY, Mich. — A Mecosta man is charged with a felony for obstruction of justice and misdemeanor of tampering with a jury for passing out fliers about jury nullification rights on the sidewalk of the Mecosta County courthouse.
These are extremely serious charges, and Wood boldly refused to take a plea deal.
Quite frankly, this man reminds of Tank Man.
"I truly believe in my heart of hearts I didn’t do anything wrong, I didn’t break the law, so they need to drop all of the charges against me," Wood says.
His preliminary hearing is next Tuesday.
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