Conviction Vacated for Lack of Evidence of Child Endangerment

, New York Law Journal

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A woman convicted of child endangerment for injecting a dog with a tranquilizer in front of a child to begin euthanization has had her conviction vacated by a Brooklyn appellate court, which found insufficient evidence to show the 10-year-old was harmed.

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  • PETE F

    Kudos for Judge Hudson for convicting this woman for a crime she didn't commit. Judge Hudson has shown the crooked establishment that leads him around by the leash that he is ready, willling, and able to fill the shoes of The Hon. Robert Doyle. One can only wonder what Tom Spota has on you.

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