May 2, 2013 5:45 PM

A judge decides when it’s one bark too many

When Richard Stevens of Kansas City got fed up with what he calls “continual barking” from his neighbor’s dog, he took his neighbor to municipal court. But the court found the neighbor not guilty of allowing excessive animal noise. Stevens was frustrated with the decision because he thinks the dog was violating the city ordinance and doesn’t know how he could have made his case better.

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