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United States v. Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ and Exhibitors’ Association

The feds subpoena ownership records from Tennessee Walking Horse association for 218 show horses that show signs of being illegally “sored” (an intensely painful method of eliciting a high-stepping gait). Association: Happily! Here are the records. Also, here’s a $300 invoice for our time. Feds: We’re not paying that. Association: Then we’ll not comply with further subpoenas. Sixth Circuit: You will.


Tags: 2018, Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Sixth Circuit

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