Brush, CO asked in Animal / Dog Law for Colorado

Q: My neighbor dog break all day and night call 3time and now I have to go to court

My neighbor are saying I was the problem why there dog break .I have call cops at 10 or 11 clock at night about this dog

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Juliet Piccone
Juliet Piccone
Answered
  • Animal & Dog Law Lawyer
  • Englewood, CO
  • Licensed in Colorado

A: I’m sorry to hear you have to go to court. From what I can gather from your post it sounds like there’s a history of animosity between you and the neighbor over the dog barking. Without knowing more, I simply would advise you to carefully read the ticket summoning you to court so you can begin the process of defending yourself. Whatever you have been accused of, its likely a criminal act that can have real world consequences.

Someone can easily claim harassment or that they feared for the safety of themselves, family and dog,

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