Legally speaking, what does "dog on leash" mean? Just recently one of my "go to" parks for exercising my dog put up some "Dog on Leash Only" signs. (Out here in California that seems to be the rule.) I started thinking about it and wondered just exactly what that means, legally speaking of course. If I let my dog run loose (but under control) while dragging a leash, is she on leash? If I put a remote control e-collar on her, is that on leash? Must I be holding onto the leash for her to be on leash?
The answers to my questions seem rather obvious, but with the legal system being what it is, I just can't help but wonder what some slick attorney could get away with in court.
Has anyone been fined for their "off leash" dog? What's the fine?

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Legally speaking, what does "dog on leash" mean? Just recently one of my "go to" parks for exercising my dog ... being what it is, I just can't help but wonder what some slick attorney could get away with in court.

So basically you're just asking us for advice on how to get away with breaking the law? Beautiful, just *** beautiful.

Lee
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So basically you're just asking us for advice on how to get away with breaking the law? Beautiful, just *** beautiful.

I long for a return to the old days, when men still knew how to break the law without needing anyone else's help.

Handsome Jack Morrison
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So basically you're just asking us for advice on how to get away with breaking the law? Beautiful, just *** beautiful.

I long for a return to the old days, when men still knew how to break the law without needing anyone else's help.

Or enough balls to just *do* it, without wondering how good his lawyer is. Sheesh.
Lee
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I long for a return to the old days, when men still knew how to break the law without needing anyone else's help.

Or enough balls to just *do* it, without wondering how good his lawyer is. Sheesh.

True dat.

Handsome Jack Morrison
*gently remove the detonator to reply by e-mail
Bill Moyers: Liar. . Liberal.
http://powerlineblog.com/archives/009475.php
So basically you're just asking us for advice on how to get away with breaking the law? Beautiful, just *** beautiful. Lee

No, I was just considering the intent of the law vs. the letter of the law.

Ever use a thesaurus?

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() I long for a return to the old days, when men still knew how to break the law without needing anyone else's help.

Or enough balls to just *do* it, without wondering how good his lawyer is. Sheesh. Lee

Such a simpleton! Don't break the law; break the law. Which is it? Make up your mind?

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Legally speaking, what does "dog on leash" mean? Just recently one of my "go to" parks for exercising my dog ... #1 Newsgroup Service in the World! 120,000+ Newsgroups = East and West-Coast Server Farms - Total Privacy via Encryption =

god only knows there in the states, but here in new zealand it means, and states as such in the law, that a dog on leash means that one end is cliped to the dog and the other end held by the person responcible for the dog
Such a simpleton! Don't break the law; break the law. Which is it? Make up your mind?

Make up your own *** mind. Just do it somewhere else.

Lee
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