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Case ID: 19942
Classification: Beating
Animal: dog (non pit-bull)
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Animal was offleash or loose
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Thursday, Jun 27, 2013


Charges: Felony CTA
Disposition: Convicted

Abuser names unreleased

Huelva Court House have convicted a man for a crime of animal abuse, to five months in jail for hitting several times and "without cause" a dog in the head, having met him on the street.
The small dog suffered serious injuries and loss of the left eye
Therefore, in addition to the sentence WHICH HAS BEEN REPLACED BY 150 DAYS OF SOCIAL WORK, THE DEFENDANT will HAVE TO PAY THE VETERINARY COSTS, AND WILL BE DISABLED FOR 3 YEARS TO PRACTICE ANY PROFESSION, TRADE OR TRADE THAT HAS TO DO WITH ANIMALS .

Los juzgados de Huelva han condenado a un hombre, por un delito de maltrato animal, a cinco meses de prisión por golpear varias veces y "sin causa alguna" a un perro en la cabeza, tras haberse cruzado con él en la calle.
El perro, un mestizo de Yorkshire, sufrió heridas de consideración, así como la perdida del ojo izquierdo por la actuación de este individuo sobre él.
Por ello, aDEMÁS DE LA CONDENA LA CUAL HA SIDO SUSTITUIDA POR 150 DÍAS DE TRABAJOS SOCIALES, EL ACUSADO TENDRÁ QUE PAGAR LAS COSTAS VETERINARIAS, ASÍ COMO ESTARÁ INHABILITADO POR 3 A�'OS PARA EJERCER CUALQUIER PROFESI--N, OFICIO O COMERCIO QUE TENGA QUE VER CON LOS ANIMALES.

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