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Their food and water bowls were empty and there was wet and dry feces and urine saturating the apartment unit floor. The police seized the animals sentencia c 716 de 2006 the vet that examined the animals concluded that the animals were malnourished and emaciated, and had been in those conditions for well over 12 hours.
The defendant challenged the seizure of the animals and the subsequent security posting for costs incurred by the ASPCA for care of the dog for approximately 3 months. The court held that the defendant did violate a section of Article 26 of the AML, and that there was a valid warrant exception applicable to this case.
On appeal, Harris raised two main issues: The Court of Appeals reviewed sentencia c 716 de 2006 issue of whether the sentencia c 716 de 2006 protection agent had the authority to obtain a search warrant to investigate the property and determined that the agent did not have the proper authority.
In this case, the animal protection agent was employed by the Humane Society and was not a state employee; therefore, he did not have the authority to obtain a search warrant to investigate the property.
However, the Court found that there was no constitutional violation with regard to the search warrant because it was still obtained based on probable cause.
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Sentencia c 716 de 2006 was charged with 13 counts of animal cruelty stemming from maltreatment of 13 dogs at his property. Evidence at the preliminary hearing showed that sentencia c 716 de 2006 of the dogs were chained to small, metal shelters, and 11 were individually penned, all in degree heat.
No dogs had adequate water and rotting carcasses were found within reach of the dogs. According to responding veterinarians, all dogs were extremely dehydrated and in need of immediate medical care and one dog had gone into shock it later died.
Most of the dogs were malnourished and poorly conditioned with parasite-infested wounds.
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At district court, defendant argued that he could only be charged with a single count of Cruelty to Animals because the dogs were found all in one location and had been abandoned for approximately the same time period. The district court acquiesced and granted defendant's motion to quash, finding no caselaw on point.
On appeal, the Supreme Court found the district court's interpretation of 21 O. The section repeatedly use the phrase "any animal" to show that the intent to address acts of abuse against any particular animal. The Court observed that the state filed a sentencia c 716 de 2006 for each of the dogs at defendant's property because each dog needed to be separately fed and watered.
The facts in the underlying case are as follows. A witness in an apartment complex heard a dog crying and observed Shundog Hu using a rod to hit sentencia c 716 de 2006 dog that was inside a pet enclosure.
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The State, on the other hand, argued that sentencing enhancement is based on the use of the dangerous instrument rather than the target of the instrument.
The superior court granted Hu's motion and the State petitioned for this special action. This court accepted jurisdiction because " the State has no adequate remedy on appeal and the petition presents sentencia c 716 de 2006 legal issue of statewide importance.
Hu counters that such an interpretation would cover harm to anything and lead to absurd results.
This court first noted that the statutory definitions are silent as to whether they only apply to humans. The State cannot charge a crime as a dangerous offense unless the target is against another person.