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Sandle v. Davis (2003)

Plaintiff's Attorney:   David Blatte and Corey Evans

Topic: Damages - dog shooting

Case File #:   FCS022867

Jurisdiction:   CA - SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA (UNLIMITED JURISDICTION) COUNTY OF SOLANO

Year Case Filed:   2003


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This complaint arose from the intentional shooting of plaintiff's dog by defendant.  Plaintiff was on his property pruning a tree when defendant shot plaintiff's dog, who was in the street at the time approximately three feet away from defendant.  As a result of the shooting, plaintiff's dog is paralyzed in the back half of his body and suffers from bladder and bowel difficulties.  Three causes of action were raised in the complaint:  (1) intentional infliction of emotional distress; (2) conversion; and (3) violation of California Civil Code of Procedure Section 3340 (relating to damage to animals).

 

Complaint for damages (.pdf 28.6 KB)

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