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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

People v. Larson

... Defendant admitted that Sinai did not bite or attack anyone on October 10, 2004. ... Frost testified that the report on euthanasia reflected that, under the proper circumstances, the use of a gunshot to the brain was a conditionally acceptable method of euthanizing an animal. ...

Wilson v. City of Decatur

... In this case, plaintiff's complaint alleged (1) at the time of the dog bite, plaintiff was on private property where she had a lawful right to be; (2) the City owned the attacking dog pursuant to section 2.16 of the Animal Control Act; (3) the City was liable pursuant to section 16 of the ...

Wilson v. City of Decatur

... In this case, plaintiff's complaint alleged (1) at the time of the dog bite, plaintiff was on private property where she had a lawful right to be; (2) the City owned the attacking dog pursuant to section 2.16 of the Animal Control Act; (3) the City was liable pursuant to section 16 of the ...