Los Angeles, CA asked in Criminal Law and Animal / Dog Law for California

Q: My dog bit somebody and the the City of commerce came 7 days later to quarantine my dog and it's been 4 months later

Supposably there's been a hearing that was scheduled and never took place this lady told me she was a lawyer and she's going to help me and she said that she sent out a paper stating that if there was no hearing within 24 hours of the paper that was received by them that she said then he needed to be released to me but there's nothing done there's no hearing scheduled and they have not released him and I still can't get him back nor can I see him at all please help it's been over for months now he needs to get out he is innocent

1 Lawyer Answer
Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Palm Desert, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: more info needed.

i have never dealt with anything like that. i would normally represent the person bitten and injured.

if you are not in a position to afford a lawyer billing you on an hourly, consider contacting city hall and your council member.

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