Police hit 686 people with criminal charges after halting the march on the landmark span.
The New York Times reports that so far, 174 of those cases have been dismissed outright. Another 250 people have agreed to conditional dismissals.
A Manhattan judge dismissed 14 cases Friday at the request of prosecutors. Most of the prosecutions were abandoned due to a lack of evidence.
The huge number of arrests brought attention to the marchers, two weeks into their occupation of a New York City park.
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