A felony charge for obstruction of justice was dropped Wednesday against a Mecosta man who passed out ‘jury rights’ pamphlets outside the Mecosta County Courthouse in November.
However, a pretrial will be set to continue with his misdemeanor charge for jury tampering.
Keith Wood, 39, faced the five-year felony for obstruction of justice, as well as the one-year misdemeanor charge of jury tampering after passing out about 50 jury rights pamphlets on the sidewalk in front of the Mecosta County courthouse.
Wood’s Attorney David Kallman was shocked at the charges he called “outrageous” and an attack on free speech. Wood’s story caused an uproar nationwide after he was arrested last Nov. 24, using his credit card to post bond set at $150,000.
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