Courts only began keeping a private register of such cases in 2021. The dog was seized by RSPCA inspectors in August 2021 and has since been rehomed.
He did not attend court and Magistrates found him guilty in his absence.
As things stand, the RSPCA have no powers of entry to homes, gardens, land or vehicles, unless accompanying police on a court warrant.
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Our latest report includes some of the cases we dealt with last year, featuring success stories involving animals removed from the most appalling situations. He did not attend court and Magistrates found him guilty in his absence.
I. The RSPCA has officially dropped their prosecution of a Cowes woman more than a year after 65 chihuahua dogs were seized by Police, with COVID-19 being blamed.
The issuing of licences was revealed in a High Court case brought by animal rights campaigners.
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It was in 2017 that the government first pledged to change the maximum sentence for those prosecuted – receiving support from politicians in all parties.
. In Case C‑254/08, REFERENCE for a preliminary ruling under Article 234 EC from the Tribunale amministrativo regionale della Campania (Italy), made by decision of 19 March.
On Wednesday, the Paris Court of Appeals upheld a three-year.
When an animal is seized by our Inspectors due to a welfare concern, if an owner refuses to surrender that pet’s ownership to the RSPCA, this means animals can stay in the RSPCA’s care for months and even years while the matter is taken to court.
Sarah Steger The West Australian.