Q: You My dog and her two puppys were taken from there home when someone broke into my house and let them out .


My dog and her two puppys were taken from there home when someone broke into my house and let them out . Animal control kept them for 2 months with my only option being to wait for court and the judges decision... court finslly came and i asked the judge and the ASA told the judge i was confused and they no longer had my pets . After court the ASA told me that in illnois i couldnt own any pets not spayed or nuetered under 720 ILCS 5/12-36 possessin bans.... Since that day i have studyed and studyed and found out that i am not guilty breaking said law 720 ILCS 5 /12-36 . I then calm and proffesionally brought that to the ASA's attention asking for relief and he has spent hours talking to me these last two months apoligizing for there actions and agreeing that a grave mistake was made.....i calmly expressed that i didnt care about that .that i just wanted my dogs back and he keeps telling me theres nothing i can do allthough an injustice was done unto me....INEED HELP GETTING MY

1 Lawyer Answer
Kristina M. Bergsten
Kristina M. Bergsten
  • Animal & Dog Law Lawyer
  • Denver, CO

A: You will have to sue Animal Control for violating your civil rights. Talk to a civil rights attorney in your area.

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