DEFENDING YOUR DOG - Win Your Case In Dog CourtThis e-book is for dog owners who are improperly accused of violating an animal control law, and who are trying to save their dogs from serious penalties like confinement or destruction. Here's what one reader said about it:
- "I just finished your book. BRILLIANT. Every dog owner needs this invaluable tool. It's concise, easy to understand and clearly sets out the requirements and protocols for a successful defense should the need arise to defend your dog at court."
Police officers and dog wardens make mistakes like any other human beings. An arrest or ticket can be based on a misunderstanding of the facts, a mistake in judgment, or a misinterpretation of the law. This can be straightened out on the day of your hearing, but only if you are prepared.
Don't assume that being right means that things will turn out right. The judge will listen to both sides. The same police officer or animal control officer will be there, accusing you and your dog of something you should not be held responsible for. If you can't prove your case, you and your dog are going to suffer the consequences.
Don't let your dog get caught under the wheels of justice!
DEFENDING YOUR DOG - Win Your Case In Dog Court will help you quickly get up to speed about what you and your dog are being accused of, what the defenses are, and how to powerfully state your case.
The goal of this book is to get justice for a non-vicious dog and its responsible owner. You will learn how to prove your innocence or at least make sure the punishment fits the crime. Even if you are guilty, your sentence (and the consequences to your dog) should be fair and appropriate under all the circumstances.
Knowledge is power: knowing what evidence you need, how to present it, and what to say about it. Don't count on getting justice if you're unprepared at court! There's too much at stake.
DEFENDING YOUR DOG - Win Your Case In Dog Court is an important, essential book for people who are facing charges in criminal court or dog court. The goal of the book is to help the owners of non-vicious dogs get justice.
Quickly get up to speed about what you and your dog are being accused of, what the defenses are, and how to powerfully defend both of you.
Don't count on getting justice if you're unprepared at court!
Can anyone seriously say that every time a police officer writes a ticket or makes an arrest, he is always right? The answer is "no." Can anyone seriously say that every person accused of a crime is always guilty? The answer is "no." Well, the same applies to animal control citations by humane officers, dog wardens, and police. They are not always justified.
And have you ever heard of cases where the punishment was too harsh -- where it did not "fit the crime"? A dog owner should not automatically get the maximum sentence. Nor should his dog. A sentence should be fair under all the circumstances.
When you are caught up in the legal system, never count on justice coming effortlessly. In court, one side accuses and the other side defends. A judge listens to each and then makes his decision. If a party isn't prepared, he won't get fair treatment. Don't walk into court or dog court unprepared! There's too much at stake.
DEFENDING YOUR DOG - Win Your Case In Dog Court provides the tools you need to make the legal system work for you and your dog. In easy-to-understand language, it will tell you not just the law but also the tactics and strategies for a winning case. Take a look at what it covers:
- The Citation (the Most Important Thing)
- Finding the Law
- Reading the Law
- Understanding the Law
- Three Classic Defenses
- Getting the Facts Straight
- The Hearsay Rule
- The Burden of Proof
- Selecting Your Strongest Defense
- Sentencing As a Defense and a B-Plan
- Using Experts in Dog Court
- Your Conduct at the Hearing
- Expressing Yourself Clearly
- Evidence: Your Gunpowder
- Objections to Evidence
- Dealing with Animal Control
- The Cases Where You Need a Lawyer
- Appealing a Loss
Don't wait until it's too late! Get DEFENDING YOUR DOG - Win Your Case in Dog Court today. It's an immediate download.
One more thing. If you are also being sued by the owner of an injured dog, and you are not legally liable for what happened, you will have to defend yourself in civil court. Unless you have homeowners or renters insurance that provides coverage, you can end up paying for something that wasn't your fault. To prevent that from happening, get a copy of When a Dog Is Injured Or Killed. Even though it is written from the standpoint of the "other guy," it outlines all of the defenses to dog-on-dog cases. It's easy to read, covers all you need to know, and is an instant download.