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Boxer Rescue San Diego

P.O. Box 1227, Lakeside CA 92040 619.328.0792

June 30, 2010

Christopher S. Morris, Esq., Aguirre, Morris & Severson
                (619) 876-5365 or
                Gayle Lynn Falkenthal, APR
                (619) 997-2495 or


Motion for Release of Property, People v. Alice Via

On behalf of defendant Alice Via, attorney Christopher Morris will request a court order releasing her remaining personal animals to her. He will also request a court order allowing the release of all other animals seized by County Animal Control from Ms. Via’s property on March 10, 2010.

The motion will be made on the grounds that pursuant to Penal Code §1536, the Court is empowered with the authority to release all evidence seized pursuant to a warrant executed by the Court upon a showing of good cause. Mr. Morris asserts that good cause exists in this case as the condition of the animals seized is the “evidence” in this matter, and further confinement of the animals pursuant to the warrant is unnecessary and injurious to the health of the remaining animals.

If these motions are granted, Ms. Via will be allowed to take her own dogs home. Dogs with owners being boarded by Ms. Via will be returned. The remaining dogs will be made available for adoption by the public.

WHEN: Friday, July 2, 8:30 a.m.

WHERE: Department 12, East County Branch, San Diego Superior Court
250 East Main Street, El Cajon

WHO: Defendant Alice Via, owner and operator of Boxer Rescue San Diego
Attorney Christopher Morris, Aguirre, Morris & Severson, representing Ms. Via