Food Safety News last year referred to Prairie Star National Trust as a “sovereign citizens” organization after a court used the term in the Amos Miller case, which states that Miller has illegally sold meatContinue Reading Prairie Star National says it is not a ‘sovereign citizens’ organization as referred to in court
Civil imprisonment and $300,000 in fines can likely still be avoided if Amos Miller sticks to the plan outlined in new court documents
Miller and his wife Rebecca were scheduled to be back in federal…Continue Reading Amos Miller gets an option for 2023 of paying less and avoiding jail for a civil action
Amos Miller, along with his wife Rebecca, is scheduled to be back in federal court in two weeks with new lawyers, and maybe a new strategy to avoid imprisonment as a party in a civil…Continue Reading Amos Miller returns to court with a new, high-profile attorney from Los Angeles
Since it began almost six years ago, the definitive court hearing always seems to be about one month away.
The United States v Miller’s Organic Farm and Amos Miller’s next such hearing is set for…Continue Reading Pay up or go to jail for contempt is worst case scenario for Amos Miller on Sept 26
After six years of fighting the Department of Justice’s food safety compliance actions in his local district court, Amos Miller has taken some of the decision-making to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia.
Continue Reading Amos Miller takes appeal to Third Circuit in Philadelphia in food safety case
Amos Miller, the agribusinessman from Bird-In-Hand, PA, continues filing papers with the Eastern District Court of Pennsylvania.
It’s not known if the filings are taking him down a rabbit hole or if there might be …
Continue Reading Amos Miller wants to fly on his own as civil action nears 6-year mark
After a court telephone conference this past week where Amos Miller agreed to comply with a court’s order, the judge then ordered him to make a “good faith” payments totaling $105,065.
Miller has responded with…
Continue Reading Miller ordered to make ‘good faith’ payments to court and FSIS
Federal Judge Edward G, Smith of the Eastern District of Pennslyvania had reason to hope that Amos Miller would give George Lapsley, the court’s appointed expert “unimpeded access” to Miller’s Organic Farm’s facilities, meat and
In action in a food safety court case next week, Amos Miller, counsel for the parties and the court’s appointed expert, are summoned to an on-the-record telephone status conference. Federal Judge Edward G. Smith ordered…
Continue Reading Status conference set for ‘non-citizen’ Amos Miller as food safety compliance drama nears third anniversary
Federal Judge Edward G. Smith has his man. Agricultural expert George David Lapsley was named Thursday by Smith as the Court’s expert in the 3-year old proceedings involving Amos Miller and Miller’s Organic Farm.