Case Results

Beastiality Results in Probation

Unusual noises were coming from the horse barn and the owner suspected possible trespassers or thieves so he installed a night vision camera system in the barn.

A few days later, the sounds of a disturbance were heard from the barn and by the time the owner got there nothing could be determined. He viewed the video tape from the security camera and discovered an intruder. The owner reported the trespass to the police and gave them the video.

Using facial recognition software the police identified the intruder and could see that he put his glove covered hand into the mare's pelvic cavity. Based on this information the state charged client with bestiality which is sexual contact with an animal. It is a class six felony which carries a presumptive prison sentence of one year.

Mr. Di Pietro suggested that client participate in a counseling program and the state agreed to a term of probation.

Brian DiPietro

Location: Phoenix, ArizonaPhone: 623-242-2655Fax: 888-225-1296 Email: [email protected] Brian DiPietro, a Phoenix, Arizona criminal defense attorney has more than 38 years experience defending clients in a wide variety of cases involving DUI, drug charges, theft, assault, fraud, domestic violence, and other major feloni...

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