The plain language of C.G.S. §22-364(a) prohibits a dog owner from, inter alia, allowing a dog freely to move around another's property, unrestrained and unhindered, and not under the direct influence of the dog's owner.
State v. Smith
Connecticut Appellate Court
November 12, 2012
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