...than a dozen amici groups representing everyone from dog owners to the American Kennel Club have weighed in on the issue. Several of the seven...
...early 1990s, she started taking in dogs to save them from euthanasia, medical ailments, or abandonment. In 2001, she moved to a rental property in...
Fort Worth's 2nd Court of Appeals has ruled that value can be attached to the love of a dog, overruling a 120-year-old case in which the Texas Supreme Court held that plaintiffs can only recover for
...Judge MICHAEL S. KANNE, Circuit JudgeORDERThe United Taxidermists Association, a group of taxidermists licensed to practice in Illinois, sued the Illinois...
In an about-face, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals lifted a stay of execution it had granted just two days earlier. The case involves an inmate who claims that the chemicals the state plans to use
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