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Nassau County SPCA to Advocate for Miss Harper in Criminal Court Tomorrow

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The Nassau County SPCA will have advocacy members attend Nassau County Criminal Court Part 98 in Mineola tomorrow on behalf of Miss Harper, a dog that was found in September of 2013 with her back ...

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Miss Harper being treated after she was found injured in September of 2013.

Mineola, NY - March 18th, 2015 - The Nassau County SPCA will have advocacy members attend Nassau County Criminal Court Part 98 in Mineola tomorrow March 19th at 10 AM. Miss Harper was found in September of 2013 with her back leg and both her ears cut off. Three people were arrested and charged with animal cruelty in connection with this case.

Hopefully, the presence of the Nassau County SPCA Court Advocacy members will convey a strong message to the defendant, the judge and all other interested parties in the criminal justice system: this community cares about the outcome of these animal abuse cases.

The Nassau County SPCA will provide an update via email tomorrow after Court. For those attending you may contact at 516-360-5284 after 9am tomorrow if you are having trouble finding the court room.

For information about the Nassau County SPCA Court Advocacy Program, click here. To sign up for the Court Advocacy Program email list, please click here.