Everyone knows New York City has plenty of options for take-out. But Southern District of New York Judge Shira A. Scheindlin added an unexpected one by allowing the jurors in a mortgage-fraud trial to take home the indictment to read on their own time "after the beginning of jury deliberations and after receiving various cautionary instructions." On appeal, the Second Circuit affirmed, but warned that "district courts should not make a general practice of sending indictments home with the jury." It's probably best to limit take-out options to pizza, sushi, Chinese food and other culinary fare, instead of indictments, jury charges, evidence and the like.