Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Jul 27, 2012 in Personal Injury
Katrina Vidaurre is sentenced to 153 days of jail with credit for time served and an additional 180 "on order" jail time, according to Yavapao County Attorney Sheila Polk. Moreover, Vidaurre is put on probation, which forbids her from owning or possessing dogs for the next 10 years. She must complete 200 hours of community service and is mandated to pay full restitution for the family's medical expenses.
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