Tenn. lawmakers approve bill to curb vicious-dog ownership by felons

05/17/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A bill awaiting the signature of Tennessee's governor would make it illegal for felons convicted of violent or drug-related crimes to own a potentially vicious dog for a decade after being released from prison or completing probation. The bill originated at the urging of law enforcement officials, who say some suspects use vicious dogs to create a delay and give them time to dispose of drugs and other evidence.

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