Michigan Dog Case Goes to Appeals – Monroe County Judge Issues Temporary Stay of Execution


A judge in Monroe County Circuit Court on Tuesday issued a temporary stay of execution for two Sylvania Township dogs that were found guilty of killing pigs. The action allows their owners to take the case to the Michigan Court of Appeals.

Judge Michael LaBeau issued the ruling during a brief hearing. The dogs, owned by Janni Juhasz, 49, and her daughter, Katalin, 22, originally had been scheduled to be put to death Friday in accordance with a 1919 Michigan law. Click here for the rest of the story.

Click here for the Facebook page set up to save Bugger and Nala and to inform the public of the antiquated 1919 Michigan Dog Law, and encourage MI Legislature to revise the law.


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