Q: how dobi file/sue city of lynwood for detaining my service dog for bitting a person i have a restraining order on
johnny Mc.corary was bitten in my home while threatening to kill me and my dog
If you believe that the City of Lynwood wrongfully detained your service dog, you may have legal grounds to file a lawsuit against the city. It is recommended that you consult with a qualified attorney who is experienced in animal law and civil rights law to discuss your specific situation and options.
In order to file a lawsuit against the city, you will generally need to show that the city violated your constitutional rights or engaged in other wrongful conduct. This may require gathering evidence, such as witness statements or medical records, and presenting a strong legal argument in court.
Additionally, if your service dog was seized or detained by the city, you may be able to seek damages for any harm or expenses you incurred as a result of the seizure, such as veterinary bills or emotional distress.
Again, it is important to consult with an attorney who is experienced in this area of law to discuss your options and determine the best course of action for your situation.
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