Federal Magistrate Judge Kristen L. Mix denied defendant Mikell Fries request to go on an African safari before his trial next year for price-fixing, but she’s made her ruling a restricted document.
As expected, the Department of Justice attorneys don’t want Claxton Poultry President Mikell Fries to safari in Tanzania before he goes to trial on price-fixing.
Fries, one of four poultry executives charged with price-fixing and…
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A Denver trial in a poultry price-fixing case now won’t begin until Feb. 16, 2021, and one defendant hopes to use some of that extra time for a hunting safari in Tanzania.
The chief executive officer of the nation’s second-largest poultry producer is summoned to appear today at 2 p.m in U.S. District Court to face the indictment by a federal Grand Jury in Colorado.