It's Criminal: Animal Sexual Crimes, Overbreeding, and Overpopulation (March 2015) [C15803]

It's Criminal: Animal Sexual Crimes, Overbreeding, and Overpopulation (March 2015) [C15803] - In Stock

Seminar Date: March 13, 2015
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This seminar took place on March 13, 2015, in Seattle, WA.
ANIMAL LAW | CRIMINAL | SOLO AND SMALL PRACTICE | All Levels


Product Description:


For state and federal prosecutors, state and federal criminal defense lawyers, municipal lawyers, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, animal control officers, law enforcement officers, humane officers, psychologists, psychiatrists, attorneys practicing animal law, or interested in animal law and animal welfare, as well as other professionals and advocates.

Explores the wide range of caselaw and issues around one of the more complex area of animal abuse - animal sexual crimes, as well as the the legal issues of animal breeding. Hear from national and local experts on the legal challenges, social issues, psychology, prosecution and treatment of crimes involving animal cruelty.



Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Drafting, Litigation, and Social Theory Concerning Puppy Sale Bans, Mandatory Spay/Neuter Laws, and anti-Puppy Milly Ordinances
John T. Maher


Chapter 2: Parenting Models Matter: How to Get an Objective Norm for Having Children
Carter Dillard


Chapter 3: An Overview of Federal Prosecutions Utilizing the Title 18 USC
Sherri Zack


Chapter 4: Prosecution Under Washington's Bestiality Law and Related Charging, Sentencing, and Evidentiary Issues
R. Brian Leech


Chapter 5: Philosophical and Legal Arguments Challenging Washington's Bestiality Law
James N. Turner


Chapter 6: Veterinary Forensics and Evidence Gathering Techniques and Protocols for Law Enforcement and Veterinary Personnel Handling Animal Sexual Assault Cases
Melinda D. Merck


Chapter 7: Understanding Bestiality and Zoophilia
Hani Miletski, Ph.D., MSW
*No materials were submitted for this portion of the program.

Chapter 8: Bestiality and Links to Other Criminal Behaviors: An Historical Perspective
Jenny Edwards


Chapter 9: Employment Discrimination Against Vegetarians and Vegans - with focus on the Kumar v. Gate Gourmet Decision of 2014
Aaron V. Rocke


Chapter 10: Developing Strands of Charlotte's Web: The National 2014-2015 Caselaw Update
Adam P. Karp





Coursebook contains 325 pages