A Manhattan federal judge on Monday dismissed the criminal case against a man who argued that prosecutors’ decision to indict him in White Plains violated his right to a race-neutral jury selection process.

In a 34-page decision, U.S. District Judge Analisa Torres of the Southern District of New York found that the defendant, William Scott, and his Colson Law attorneys had produced “clear statistical evidence” to show that Black and Hispanic persons were underrepresented in the grand jury pool encompassing the district’s northern counties.