Client was charged with animal cruelty and failure to care for an animal after rescuing their ex’s dog from an abusive living situation. When authorities found the dog inside the Client’s ex-boyfriend’s home, Client was quick to rescue the dog and claim the dog was theirs to avoid the dog being taken away indefinitely.

Before retaining Krizman law, Client faced probation, $2,650 in fines, animal care classes, and allowing animal control to inspect their home at will. The prosecutors would not dismiss until Mr. Krizman forced their hand at trial and demonstrated that Client didn’t actually own the dog and had no control over its care.

The prosecution finally dismissed the case. Client’s record was sealed the same day, and most impound fees were waived.

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