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Harrington v. Hovanec (2005)

Plaintiff's Attorney:   Corey Evans

Topic: Damages - dog

Case File #:   SCV 14342

Jurisdiction:   California - Superior Court, State of California, County of Placer

Year Case Filed:   2005

Name of the Document:   Complaint for Damages; Brief in Support of Motion in Limine; Decision/Order for Motion in Limine


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This California complaint for damages raises five causes of action:  (1) gross negligence; (2) trespass to chattel; (3) conversion; (4) intentional infliction of emotional distress; and (5) violation of California Civil Code Section 3340 (related to damage to animals as property).  The lawsuit arose from the negligent and/or intentional shooting of plaintiff's dog by defendant in May of 2004.  According to the complaint, plaintiff's dog was shot at least thirteen times by defendant's two different guns.

 

Complaint for Damages - (pdf file 28.2 KB)

Brief for Motion in Limine California Superior Court, Placer County (03/30/2006) (pdf file 28.74 KB)

Decision on Motion in Limine California Superior Court, Placer County (04/03/2006) (pdf file 121.97 KB)

 

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