Columbia Alligator Case

Columbia Alligator Case

By , May 25 in Law with 0 comments

  In an appeal from Judge Oxenhandler’s ruling, the City of Columbia in the Court of Appeals, Western District, appealed a decision regarding two alligators allowed to be kept in Columbia.  The trial court granted against the City a Motion to Dismiss reviewing Section 5-29 of the Columbia Code of Ordinances.  The Court of Appeals held the trial court erred in granted the Motion to Dismiss because the City’s allegations if proved,could support the charges under Section 5-29.  Therefore, the case was reversed and remanded.  City of Columbia v. Kenneth Henderson, WD75559, May 21, 2013

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