The criminal trial for Amish dairy farmer Vernon Hershberger of Loganville, Wisconsin has been rescheduled for May 20 at the Sauk County Courthouse in Baraboo. The trial is slated to run five days; it had been scheduled to start on January 7. A pre-trial hearing in the case has been set for May 7. The reason for the postponement was
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Falls Church, Virginia (October 30, 2012) — Veteran trial attorney Glenn Reynolds has agreed to join Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund Vice-President Elizabeth Rich in representing Vernon Hershberger at the farmer’s upcoming criminal trial in
Falls Church, Virginia (August 28, 2012) — Wisconsin dairy farmer, Vernon Hershberger of Loganville, has retained the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF) to represent him in his upcoming criminal trial on four misdemeanor counts for alleged violations of the Wisconsin food and dairy code. The trial was originally supposed to take place on September 25