$2M case against police for shooting “Geist” the dog goes to Utah Supreme Court

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Ben Winslow for Fox13

The state’s top court is wading into the controversy surrounding the shooting of “Geist” the dog.

In arguments Monday, the Utah Supreme Court considered whether Sean Kendall should be required to post a bond before he proceeds with a $2 million lawsuit against Salt Lake City police who shot his dog. At issue is a unique Utah law that requires a bond if a person tries to sue a cop.



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