Section 13A-11-232 Harassment of service dog. (a) It is unlawful for a person who has received
notice that his or her behavior is harassing to a dog the person knows or has reason to believe
is a service dog to continue that behavior with malice or reckless disregard. (b) It is unlawful
for a person with reckless disregard to allow his or her dog that is not contained by a fence,
a leash, or other containment system to harass a service dog. (c) A person who violates
subsection (a) or (b) is guilty of a Class C misdemeanor. (Act 2016-132, §3.)...
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Section 13A-11-233 Causing injury to service dog. (a) It is unlawful for any person without
legal justification or authority to cause injury to a service dog, or to allow his or her
dog to cause injury to a service dog. (b) A person who violates subsection (a) with reckless
disregard is guilty of a Class B misdemeanor. (c) A person who intentionally or willfully
violates subsection (a) is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. (Act 2016-132, §4.)...
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Section 13A-11-234 Causing death to service dog; causing injury resulting in disability to
service dog. (a) It is unlawful for any person without legal justification or authority to
cause the death of a service dog or cause an injury resulting in disability to the service
dog such that it is no longer able to function in that role, or for that person to allow his
or her dog to cause the same. (b) A person who violates subsection (a) with reckless disregard
is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. (c) A person who intentionally or willfully violates subsection
(a) is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. (Act 2016-132, §5.)...
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food, veterinary expenses for boarding, and veterinary expenses necessitated by impoundment
of the dog, medical expenses incurred by a victim from an attack by a dangerous dog, and other
expenses required for the destruction of the dog. (f)(1) When a dog declared to be dangerous
is outside and not contained in the proper enclosure of a dangerous dog pursuant to Section
3-6A-3, the owner of the dangerous dog shall be present and shall restrain the dangerous dog
with a secure collar and leash. (2) An owner of a dog declared to be dangerous who
violates subdivision (1) shall be guilty of a Class C misdemeanor, except that a second or
subsequent adjudication or conviction is a Class B misdemeanor. (g) An owner of a dog that
is the subject of a dangerous dog investigation who refuses to surrender the dog to an animal
control officer or law enforcement officer, upon the request of the animal control officer
or law enforcement officer, shall be guilty of a Class C misdemeanor. (h) Any...
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Section 33-5-70 Reckless operation of vehicle; careless operation; violation of rules and regulations
of Marine Police; penalties. (a) It is unlawful to operate a vessel in a reckless manner upon
the waters of this state. A person is guilty of the reckless operation of a vessel who operates
any vessel, or manipulates any water skis, aquaplane, or other marine transportation device,
upon the waters of this state in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or
property at a speed, or in a manner to endanger, or likely to endanger, life, limb, or damage
the property of, or injure any person. Any person who violates this subsection is guilty of
a Class A misdemeanor, punishable upon conviction as provided in Sections 13A-5-7 and 13A-5-12.
Any person so convicted shall be fined not less than one hundred fifty dollars ($150).
(b) Any person operating a vessel upon the waters of this state shall operate the vessel in
a reasonable and prudent manner, so as not to endanger...
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Section 34-9-18 Grounds for disciplinary action. (a) The board may invoke disciplinary action
as outlined in subsection (b) whenever it shall be established to the satisfaction of the
board, after a hearing as hereinafter provided, that any dentist or dental hygienist has been
guilty of the following: (1) Fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation in obtaining any license,
license certificate, annual registration certificate, money, or other thing of value. (2)
Gross immorality. (3) Is a menace to the public health or to patients or others by reason
of a disease. (4) Is an habitual user of intoxicants or drugs rendering him or her unfit for
the practice of dentistry or dental hygiene. (5) Has been convicted for violation of federal
or state narcotics or barbiturate laws. (6) Is guilty of negligence or gross negligence. a.
For the purposes of this subdivision, negligence is defined as the failure to do what a reasonably
prudent dentist or dental hygienist would have done under the same or...
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Section 13A-11-231 Definitions. For the purposes of this article, the following terms have
the following meanings: (1) HARASS. To engage in any conduct directed toward a service dog
or handler that is likely to impede or interfere with the performance of a service dog in
its duties or places the health and safety of the service dog or its handler in jeopardy.
Such conduct includes actions which distract, obstruct, or intimidate the service dog, such
as taunting, teasing, or striking. (2) INJURY. Physical or emotional injury to the service
dog. (3) NOTICE. An actual verbal or other communication warning that the behavior of the
person or the dog of the person is harassing toward the performance of a service dog in its
duty or endangering the health and safety of the service dog. (4) SERVICE DOG. A dog that
has been individually trained for the purpose of assisting or accommodating a physician-diagnosed
physical or mental disability or medical condition of a person as that term is used...
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Section 13A-11-261 Harassment of, interference with etc., duties of police animals, search
and rescue animals, or handlers; causing physical harm or death; entering containment area;
restraining, taunting, endangering, etc. (a) Any person who intentionally and knowingly causes,
attempts to cause, or causes another person to harass, interfere, or obstruct a police animal
or search and rescue animal being used by a handler in lawfully performing duties or causes
harassment, interference, or obstruction of a handler in lawfully performing his or her duties
is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. (b) Any person who intentionally and knowingly causes
or attempts to cause physical harm to a police animal or search and rescue animal which results
in no long-term damage or disfigurement of the animal and any temporary loss of service of
the animal does not exceed 30 calendar days, is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. (c) Any person
who intentionally and knowingly causes or attempts to cause serious...
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Section 34-27A-3 License required to do certain acts; unlawful behavior; violations; assistance
with appraisal; evaluations. (a) It shall be unlawful for any person, partnership, or corporation,
for a fee or other valuable consideration, or with the intention or expectation of receiving
or collecting a fee or valuable consideration from another, to do any of the following unless
he or she is licensed under this article: (1) To be employed to perform or to perform an appraisal
as defined in this article where the subject property of the assignment lies within the borders
of the State of Alabama. (2) Present himself or herself, or allow himself or herself to be
presented, as being able to perform an appraisal for which a license is required under this
article. (b) It shall be unlawful for a person, other than a licensed real estate appraiser,
to assume or use that title or any title, designation, or abbreviation likely to create the
impression of licensure as a real estate appraiser by...
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Section 27-55-2 Definitions. As used in this chapter, these terms shall have the following
meanings: (1) ABUSE. The occurrence of one or more of the following acts by a family or household
member, as defined by subdivision (3) of subsection (b) of Section 15-10-3: a. Attempting
to cause or intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly causing another person, including a minor
child, bodily injury, severe emotional injury, or psychological trauma or conduct which constitutes
the crime of rape. b. Intentionally following another person, including a minor child, without
proper authority, under circumstances that place the person in reasonable fear of bodily injury
or physical harm. c. Subjecting another person, including a minor child, to false imprisonment
or kidnapping. d. Attempting to cause or intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly causing damage
to property to intimidate or attempt to control the behavior of another person, including
a minor child. e. Assault, child abuse, criminal...
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