Section 11-45-10 Procedure for adoption or repeal of canine leash ordinance in Class
5 municipalities. (a) The provisions of this section shall apply to all Class 5 municipalities
of this state, as such class is designated by act of the legislature. (b) The municipal governing
bodies are hereby authorized by resolution to call for referendum elections, which shall be
held only upon the dates of regularly scheduled municipal elections, to either call for the
adoption of a canine leash ordinance, or to call for the repeal of any existing canine
leash ordinance. (c) The question to be presented at any such election shall be substantially
as follows: "Do you favor the adoption (repeal) of a canine leash ordinance by
the municipal governing body? Yes ___. No ___." If a majority of the qualified electors
of the municipality vote "Yes," the appropriate action shall be taken by the municipal
governing body within 90 days following any such election. If a majority vote "No,"
no action shall be...
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Section 9-11-305 When dogs permitted in areas; liability of owners of dogs at large in areas.
No dog shall be permitted except on leash within any wildlife management area except
in accordance with the rules and regulations promulgated by the Commissioner of Conservation
and Natural Resources, and whoever shall be the owner of any dog at large within any wildlife
management area shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. (Acts 1939, No. 668, p. 1061, §6; Code
1940, T. 8, §110(6).)...
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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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schedule of fines; additional penalty for failure to appear; disposition of fines. (a) By ordinance,
the governing body of any municipality may authorize any law enforcement officer of a municipality
or any law enforcement officer of the state, in lieu of placing persons under custodial arrest,
to issue a summons and complaint to any person charged with violating any municipal littering
ordinance; municipal ordinance which prohibits animals from running at large, which shall
include leash laws and rabies control laws; or any Class C misdemeanor or violation
not involving violence, threat of violence or alcohol or drugs. (b) Such summons and complaint
shall be on a form approved by the governing body of the municipality and shall contain the
name of the court; the name of the defendant; a description of the offense, including the
municipal ordinance number; the date and time of the offense; the place of the offense; signature
of the officer issuing the citation; the scheduled...
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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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dollars ($20) for unspayed dogs or cats. The license fee provided for by this section shall
be in addition to all other dog or cat licenses or fees provided for by law. (c) All fees
collected pursuant to this section shall be deposited into a separate fund in Madison County
to be used solely for the animal control shelter program established hereunder. (d) The county
commission is hereby authorized to create the position of animal control officer in Madison
County and if the position is created, the officer shall serve at the pleasure of the county
commission and shall have the duty of administering this section, subject to rules and regulations
promulgated by the county commission from time to time. The officer shall also perform such
other duties as may be required of him or her by law or required of him or her by any organization
or society under the law. (e) Any dog or cat on the property of its owner or on a leash
shall be exempt from this section. (Act 88-424, p. 626, §§ 1-5.)...
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