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On a 5-2 margin, the Michigan Supreme Court has overturned the false "jury tampering" conviction against Keith Wood for sharing FIJA's Your Jury Rights: True or False? brochure on the public sidewalk outside the Mecosta County Courthouse.

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At the invitation of the Michigan Supreme Court, FIJA has filed an amicus curiae brief in support of Keith Wood's First Amendment-guaranteed right to share FIJA literature on the public sidewalk outside a courthouse.

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The Michigan Supreme Court has granted leave for Keith Wood to appeal his false jury tampering conviction for sharing FIJA brochures on the public sidewalk near the Mecosta County Courthouse.