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Jurors sought lenience for farmer in raw milk case

4:02 PM, Jun. 26, 2013
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A juror in a case involving a Loganville farmer who sold raw milk said she and three other jurors asked the judge to be lenient when he sentenced the farmer for violating a holding order placed on his products.

The Sauk County jurors wrote a letter saying they felt they passed judgment against organic farmer Vernon Hershberger without being given all the facts, the Wisconsin State Journal reported (http://bit.ly/1cmbgtR ).

They found Hershberger, 41, not guilty on three charges that he produced milk and operated a dairy plant without a license, and that he illegally sold food in a retail ...

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