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Articles Tagged with animal cruelty

Charlotte Criminal Lawyer Brad Smith answers the question: “The person that called the police doesn’t want to press charges, can I still be prosecuted?”

NASA just reported that May 2016 was the hottest month our planet has ever had—and North Carolina’s sweltering temperatures have been no exception. Given that summer is now here it seems as good a time as any to remind people of the dangers of leaving small children and pets in hot vehicles.

J. Bradley Smith of Arnold & Smith, PLLC answers the question “What is the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony?”

An Arizona-based media company recently posted a video in the run up to Easter this year as a not-so-subtle reminder of the toll this holiday often takes on the animal kingdom. The video shows cratefuls of fluffy chicks cheeping madly as they are dunked repeatedly in colorful dye and roughly tossed like a salad. The now-viral video, filmed in an unknown part of the world, has sparked international outrage about animal cruelty.

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