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over 1 year ago
19 articles submitted
Source: ABC News
January 29, 2013
Big BUMPS on Present Comments so far.
This a clear case of not knowing the conservation laws. Letting the animal go is not a crime, keeping it was. The Couple complied with the law, what's the problem? Know we charge people for following the law, something is really wrong here.
Bump GrayPanther, in spades !!!
This was overkill. In my area conservation agents cut no slack to anyone. Glad this will be heard by a jury.
Glad I'm not the Judge or the Game Warden involved...
The pointlessness of a trial is just that. Is there a law and did they violate it. I'm sure looking at the law book everyone could agree with what it says and what they did. But I'm sure the intent of the law was to keep people from turning their homes into zoos which is just what this couple didn't do. I'm sure if the deer became a danger they would have taken steps to no let it become dangerous to others. While maybe guilty of the words of the law they are not guilty of the intent which is what we tend to forget in our overzealous efforts to regulate everything people do. If i was a judge I'd dismiss the charge as a waste of court time.
Hmmmm.....spirit of the law versus letter of the law, anyone? Bump Tim.
This is patheitc. Try to do something good, and face possible Jail Time!!
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