5 p 177 225 1999 this comment review police dog laws

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Unformatted text preview: -cruelty laws in the United States. This essay is intended to serve as a resource for research and statistical purposes, and as a guide to determine which anti-cruelty statues need improvement. Scheiner, Craig Ian Statutes With Four Legs to Stand On?: An Examination of “Cruelty to Police Dog” Laws ANIMAL LAW, v. 5, p. 177-225 (1999) This comment review police dog laws of forty states and one territory of the Untied States. Mr Scheiner explores the policy considerations of using police dogs and the laws that protect them. He concludes that police departments have the sole discretion of deployment and therefore are the only ones who can truly protect police dogs. Lyman, Howard Free Speech, Animal Law, and Food Activism ANIMAL LAW, v. 5, p. i-vi (1999) Mr. Lyman relates his experience with ‘Mad Cow Disease,’ particularly his appearance as a guest on the segment of Oprah that lead to the suit by Texas cattlemen against Lyman and Oprah Winfrey. He proposes that free speech should allow all citizens to air their opinions about the safety of fo...
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