Paul Kruse, former President of Blue Bell Creameries, remains free on a $50,000 appearance bond that restricts his travel to Texas. His “arraignment by a video” is set for 9 a.m. Nov. 12 on seven federal felony charges related to the 2015 listeria outbreak.

At the arraignment, Kruse will enter
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When he makes his first court appearance tomorrow in Austin, TX, former Blue Bell Creameries President Paul Kruse will not be alone.

Chris Flood of Houston and John D. Cline of San Francisco, the defense team that got him off on the same charges in July, is again defending Kruse,
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New documents filed in U.S. District Court for Western Texas in Austin say the former chief executive of Blue Bell Creameries remains free on a $50,000 unsecured bond.

Federal Magistrate Judge Mark Lane ordered Brenham, TX, resident Paul Kruse freed immediately after conditions of the defendant’s release were processed by
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Blue Bell’s former chief executive has waived physical appearance for his initial appearance in federal court on felony charges stemming from a 2015 Listeria outbreak.

The defendant, Paul Kruse, has posted bail and accepted conditions of his continued freedom.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark Lane cited the current coronavirus pandemic for
Continue Reading Kruse waives physical appearance, posts bond, and remains free to assist in his defense