Two trials. Two hung juries. One perturbed judge.

After a second federal jury in Denver, Colorado, deadlocked in the criminal antitrust case the federal government brought against 10 poultry company executives, Chief U.S. District Judge Philip Brimmer ordered that the head of the DOJ’s Antitrust Division come to his courtroom to explain why it was in the interest of justice for the feds to move forward with a third trial.

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