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Charged with assault or murder for having defended your companion animal from fatal or serious bodily harm?

Arrested for engaging in animal welfare-based civil disobedience and animal rights demonstrations?

Facing a gross misdemeanor for having your “dangerous” dog outside the proper enclosure and not restrained?

Has the prosecutor threatened you with a class C felony for a tussle where your dog, with no history of aggression and in response to teasing, bit a teenager?

Contact an animal law attorney to defend you from criminal prosecution and your companion animal from confiscation and destruction.

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