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A Moose Without a Tag

A man was properly convicted of felony possession of a cow moose out of season and without a tag, an appeals court in Iowa ruled, finding that statute requires the killing of two or more animals in order to be charged with a felony.

BOISE, Idaho – A man was properly convicted of felony possession of a cow moose out of season and without a tag, an appeals court in Iowa ruled, finding that statute requires the killing of two or more animals in order to be charged with a felony.

Categories / Appeals, Criminal

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