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Livestock owner couldn’t challenge animal cruelty laws (access required)

A livestock owner who was previously convicted of violating Virginia’s animal cruelty statutes lacked standing to attack the statutes as unconstitutional because she did not allege that she intended to care for livestock in a manner prohibited by the laws. Background Plaintiffs bring constitutional attacks against two Virginia animal cruelty statutes. Plaintiffs ask for a declaration that ...