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State v. Mr. S. (DMC No. 6485)

CRIMINAL DOG at LARGE REDUCED to CIVIL BARKING DOG TICKET – State v. Mr. S (DMC No. 6485) (Scottsdale City Court 2006-002747): Mr. S had an ongoing feud with his next door neighbor regarding his dogs. His dogs would often get out and would bark at all hours of the night. Police were called, and discovered Mr. S dogs out again. Mr. S had just gotten off of probation for a previous “Barking Dog” ticket. He was subsequently cited for Dog at Large under Scottsdale City Code SRC 4-17C. We were able to get the case reduced from a criminal charge down to a civil Barking Dog charge which included no Jail and only a $100 fine.

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