Other tightened penalties apply to dogfighting. A law written by Assemblyman Pedro Nava, a Santa Barbara Democrat and candidate for attorney general, doubles the maximum jail term — to one year — and quintuples the top fine — to $5,000 — for anyone convicted of watching a fight.
For those who own the dogs, a law by Sen. Ron Calderon, D-Montebello, authorizes the seizure of property and profits related to the fights
I got this info via Our Pack, Inc. (http://www.ourpack.org/) out in San Francisco, who took in Stella during the Missouri dog fighting raid. She is the redish pit bull laying her head on two others dogs.
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