Toledo, OH: Toledo leaders appeal judge’s ruling on vicious-dogs law

Toledo leaders appeal judge’s ruling on vicious-dogs law

By IGNAZIO MESSINA
BLADE STAFF WRITER
Article published February 01, 2010

[…] City officials yesterday filed an appeal in the 6th District Court of Appeals over a Toledo Municipal Court judge’s recent ruling that said parts of the vicious-dogs law and “pit bull” ownership restrictions were unconstitutional.[…]

The Lucas County Dog Warden’s office stopped enforcing the law and the restrictions on so-called “pit bulls” after Judge Michael Goulding, in a Jan. 20 opinion, found that the city’s ownership restrictions were in conflict with home-rule doctrine as the requirements go above and beyond state law.[…]

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One response to “Toledo, OH: Toledo leaders appeal judge’s ruling on vicious-dogs law

  1. I’m glad I live in New Mexico! you can have Ohio what a sorry state!!!