In Defense of Animals
A hearing on the groundbreaking Twin Peaks wild horse lawsuit is scheduled for February 23 at 2:00 p.m. in Courtroom 7 at the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California, in Sacramento. Please show your support for the Twin Peaks wild horses and burros and fill the courtroom, which has a capacity of approximately 100 people.
Where: 501 I Street, Suite. 4-200, Sacramento, CA 95814. Click here for directions to the courthouse.
Case Number: 2:10-cv-1852-MCE-DAD
Pro bono attorney Rachel Fazio will be arguing the case for plaintiffs In Defense of Animals, ecologist Chad Hanson, Ph.D., wild horse sanctuary founder Barbara Clarke, DreamCatcher Wild Horse and Burro Sanctuary, and wild horse enthusiast Linda Hay.
Last April, in an historic ruling, Judge Morrison C. England, Jr. refused to dismiss the case on legal technicalities, meaning that this lawsuit will be decided on the merits. Finally, the wild horses will have their day in court.
Don’t miss this unprecedented hearing – please fill the courtroom and show your support for the Twin Peaks wild horses and burros.
Important: The time and date of the hearing can change at any time. In Defense of Animals will keep you apprised of any such changes.
No recording devices, cameras, cellphones or electronic devices are allowed in the courtroom. We suggest not bringing any such devices into the courthouse. Photo identification is required to get into the courthouse.
For more information: Eric Kleiman: email@example.com