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State seeks ‘reconsideration’ of order in alleged puppy mill case

As expected, the prosecution has filed a motion of reconsideration in the case of alleged puppy mill operators John David and Latitia Matthews. ******************** NOTICE: This story and photo(s) are under copyright. They may not be republished or disseminated in any form or format – including social media – without explicit permission. ********************* The state is asking Judge Tommy Wilson to reconsider a verbal ruling by senior Judge Wade Crumbley May 9. Judge Crumbley granted a motion by defense attorney Johnnie Caldwell that the state make available all dogs seized from the Matthews property earlier this year for exams by a veterinarian or veterinarians at the expense of the defendants. Special prosecutor Jessica Rock contends the dogs will not be in the same state as they were when removed from Sweet Basil Kennels March 13-14. Judge Wilson is scheduled to take up the motion for reconsideration in a court session set for June 4 at 9 a.m. For much more on this story, see the 5.21.19 print edition of The Herald Gazette.

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