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DEFINING ANIMALS AS CRIME VICTIMS

ANDREW N. IRELAND MOORE


1 Journal of Animal Law 91 (2005)
Publish Date:
2005
Place of Publication: Michigan State University College of Law
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DEFINING ANIMALS AS CRIME VICTIMS

Animals who are victims of abuse and neglect should be afforded protections similar to those granted to human victims of crime, and as such, a reformulation of the classification of abused animals from property to crime victims is needed.  Defining animals as victims of crime, rather than mere property will aid in providing animals with the additional safeguards and protections of the criminal justice system that they deserve.

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