The panel said there was evidence for a reasonable jury to conclude that a deputy sheriff did not violate the civil rights of Sherry Carroll by killing her sons' dog, despite Carroll's claim that police should have planned to encounter the dog when they broke down her front door.
Circuit Rejects Fourth Amendment Claim in Shooting of Dog
New York Law Journal
March 15, 2013
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