Wash. county tests power of canines to calm courtrooms

03/23/2012 | SeattlePI.com

Those attending court in Pierce County, Wash., will soon get the chance to meet Kiley, a 2-year-old yellow Labrador whose presence is meant to calm witnesses and others in tense situations. Kiley's presence is part of a pilot program, which may become permanent once officials clarify which animals will be allowed in court.

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