Animal Legal Defense Fund, Wake County, A North Carolina Body Politic and Kelli Ferris, D.V.M., Plaintiffs v. Janie Conyers, Defendant

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Year Case Filed:  2007 Jurisdiction Level:  North Carolina Case File Num:  07CVD17739 Drafting Attorney:  Marilyn R. Forbes and Sarah L. Buthe; E. Spencer Parris; Bryan Batton (County Attorney)
Summary: Plaintiffs in this case consist of the Wake County Animal Care, Control, and Adoption Center and the local chapter of the ALDF. They seek preliminary and permanent injunctions pursuant to N.C. Gen. Stat. Secs. 19A-1 through 19A-4 against Defendant Janie Conyers, who was found to have 106 animals living in her house under deplorable conditions. Specifically, plaintiffs seek to enjoin Defendant from acquiring any animals for 10 years after entry of judgment in this action. Plaintiffs also moved for an order pursuant to N.C. Gen. Stat. 19A-4 terminating all possessory interests in the animals seized and awarding custody and possessory rights to the ALDF. Most of the animals suffer from severe chronic oral and skin conditions due to neglect. Included in the documents are affidavits from veterinary professionals and the director of Wake County Animal, Care, Control, and Adoption Center concerning both the conditions of the animals seized and the estimated costs of care for those animals during the pendency of the litigation.
Documents:  pbusncconyers_affidavit_sigmon.pdf pbusncconyers_affidavit_larsen.pdf pbusncconyers_affidavit_shook.pdf pbusncconyers_affidavit_williams.pdf pbusncconyers_affidavit_schmitt.pdf pbusncconyers_affidavit_williams_costofcare.pdf pbusncconyers_complaint_injunction.pdf pbusncconyers_petition_costs_of_care.pdf pbusncconyers_coversheet.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

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