Maryland Court of Appeals Reconsidering Pit Bull Ruling

A Maryland legal ruling recently made national news when the Court of Appeals held that the owners of pit bull breeds, as well as landlords who permit tenants to own pitbulls, are strictly liable for damages arising from an attack by these dogs.  Read More……


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