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| Writer =Jacob Epstein
 
| Writer =Jacob Epstein
 
| Director =Vern Gillum
 
| Director =Vern Gillum
| Guests = [[Rebecca Gayheart]]<br>[[Garry Chalk]]<br>[[Gary Jones]]<br>[[George DelHoyo]]
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| Guests = [[Rebecca Gayheart]]<br>[[Garry Chalk]]<br>[[Gary Jones]]<br>[[George DelHoyo
| Next = [[In Dino Veritas]]
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| Next = In Dino Veritas]]]]
 
| Prev = [[El Sid]]
 
| Prev = [[El Sid]]
 
| Episode list = [[List of Episodes|List of ''Sliders'' episodes]]
 
| Episode list = [[List of Episodes|List of ''Sliders'' episodes]]
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Rembrandt goes to the police and negotiates for Judge Nassau's release, claiming that he'll trade them the one copy he has (the one from this world) if they pardon the judge and his co-conspirators. The police reluctantly agree to the deal and Judge Nassau is released in exchange for the Constitution. The Sliders encourage the judge and Natalie not to give up hope and leave. Soon afterwards, its revealed that Wade set up the computer they were using to broadcast the Constitution across the United States.
 
Rembrandt goes to the police and negotiates for Judge Nassau's release, claiming that he'll trade them the one copy he has (the one from this world) if they pardon the judge and his co-conspirators. The police reluctantly agree to the deal and Judge Nassau is released in exchange for the Constitution. The Sliders encourage the judge and Natalie not to give up hope and leave. Soon afterwards, its revealed that Wade set up the computer they were using to broadcast the Constitution across the United States.
  
 
 
  
 
  
 
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