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506 before the trial courtroom, which again dismissed AO petition for evaluation. In reviewing the trial courtroom’s determination, the Superior Court discovered that the trial court dedicated multiple errors of law. This court docket discovered that AO supplied enough evidence to indicate prima facie instances of neglect, cruelty, and aggravated cruelty with respect to the incidents. The court then analyzed whether or not the document supported a protection of “regular agricultural operations” protection that may counter the fees. This court found that incidents like the dehorning of cattle that already had horns fused to the skull and extreme tail twisting and surprising were enough to beat the affirmative defense. The trial court’s dismissal of AO’s petition for evaluation was reversed and the trial court was ordered to direct the DA to accept and transmit charges for prosecution.

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