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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

At least someone's ...

... being compensated:

The April verdict by a Frederick County jury that awarded $620,000 to a Taneytown family after their dog was shot by a sheriff's deputy was upheld by a Montgomery County judge. 
The award was reduced to a statutory amount $7500 v $20k  ... the rest is for emotional distress.

I generally disagree with 'emotional distress' arguments, but whatever needs to happen to get law enforcement to start thinking.


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