|Judge: Joseph Cassini
Jail / Facility: United States
Location: Newark New Jersey
Kisha Curtis Sentencing 8/29/13 Your Honor: I am writing you today Sir, to please make sure justice is done for Patrick and that the defendent gets the sentence she deserves. To please let Patrick stay with his foster family, the Scavelli's. To make sure the defendent gets the full 18 months in prison. And a lifetime ban on owning an animal.
Thank you so much in advance for your help your Honor for having compassion for the innocent and abused animals in our State. So many people care for this dog and want to see justice done.
Sincerely, Ms. Courtney Geltzeiler, a dog owner.
By Courtney Geltzeiler, Published August 03 2013.
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