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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Stafford v. Kennedy

... After Vincent discussed the matter with his supervisor, Health Officer Robert Roe, Vincent issued a "NOTICE OF BITE AND CONFINEMENT OF ANIMAL," pursuant to NJSA 26:4-82. The notice directed Natalie Kennedy to "confine ...

CASATELLI v. Dressler

... at 121-22. Nothing in the pit bull's prior behavior manifested the animal posed a danger. Prior to the incident involving plaintiff, nothing revealed the pit bull had a tendency to bite. Plaintiff himself had played with the dog on several past occasions without incident. ...

Dalman v. Braxton

... propensit[ies]." Model Jury Charge (Civil), 5.60B Animal with Vicious or Dangerous Trait or Propensity (other than an owner dog bite case). To determine whether an animal has a vicious propensity, that jury charge instructs as follows: ...