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In puppy-deaths case, defense seeks diversion program and no jail time

Original post made on Aug 4, 2022

Lawyers for the three Pets in Need employees facing trial in the deaths of seven puppies last year will ask a Superior Court judge next week to let them to enter a diversion program instead of going through a trial.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Thursday, August 4, 2022, 10:31 AM

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Posted by Johnny Yuma
a resident of Blossom Valley
on Aug 4, 2022 at 8:56 pm

Johnny Yuma is a registered user.

Nice try. Entering a “diversion program” gets these folks off the hook. That doesn’t work for me. The defendants have never admitted to any responsibility for the deaths of the puppies. Hold these folks accountable. A trial is the only acceptable option.


Posted by bkengland
a resident of Whisman Station
on Aug 7, 2022 at 11:44 am

bkengland is a registered user.

Thanks to by Sue Dremann for continuing to report on this story! Animals depend on us humans to take care of them and address their suffering when it occurs. We all must take this responsibility seriously.


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