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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

City of Ocala v. Green

... As a result, the City of Ocala informed Ms. Green that its animal control officer had seized Max and that he would be ... against Ms. Green and Max was procedurally flawed because Ms. Green was not prosecuted and convicted criminally for violating Florida's dog bite law, section ...

City of Ocala v. Green

... As a result, the City of Ocala informed Ms. Green that its animal control officer had seized Max and that he would be ... against Ms. Green and Max was procedurally flawed because Ms. Green was not prosecuted and convicted criminally for violating Florida's dog bite law, section ...

Martin v. Gulfstream Metal Plating, Inc.

... At common law, only those who owned the dog, had an interest in the dog, or harbored the dog could be liable for injuries caused by the animal. ... issues of fact whether the dog was on or off the property, and the landowner could be found liable only if the dog bite occurred on the ...