News relating to legal issues
'Sometimes, they served me food with meat and dairy products, which I couldn't eat. Other days, they had no vegan food at all to serve me'
A professor says vegan parenting qualifies as 'non-assistance to a person in danger' - a criminal offense that carries a prison sentence of up to two years
The proposed rules have been described as an 'unnecessary and patronizing restriction which will stifle positive change'
It is believed the defendant made £1 million by advertising imported meat as 'Best of British'
The half a century old 'tradition' of chasing after bulls and killing them with spears has officially come to an end
The remains of three, month-old, lambs were discovered near Hall Farm in Messingham, North Lincolnshire
The bill will now move to the New York State Senate, where, if passed, becomes NY State Law
Magistrates told the Gloucestershire farmer he showed a 'cavalier attitude towards the welfare of his animals' after he pleaded guilty to over eight offenses
A neighbor reportedly recorded the incident
A Spencer County Animal Control Officer has been fired in conjunction with the closure
The boy is accused of shooting the calf
A member of the local police force described the acts as 'disturbing' and 'cowardly'
Tammie Hedges said she was trying to save as many animals as she could
Local police say they will not treat the case as an instance of animal cruelty
The football star alledgedly beat his dog 'into kidney failure' and assaulted a woman and child
More than half of the animals involved tested positive for parasites
Johnny Mack Rogers will face a felony charge in court on September 20
The animal advocacy organization hopes to make the suspension permanent
Idyllic imagery misrepresents the reality of life for most 'laying hens'
The local SPCA called the industry 'antiquated and inhumane'
Both pleaded guilty to charges of grievous bodily harm
One SPCA representative said 'there is no excuse to leave an animal in a hot vehicle for any amount of time'
Some parents are framing the incident as an act of mercy
Benji was reportedly 'taunted' or 'provoked' prior to his death
One veterinarian said the animals were eating a fence in an attempt to stay alive
The investigation is one of many to have occurred in Canada
The move is reportedly the result of professional, and public, consensus
Mislabeling can result in fines of up to $370,000
The vegan foodie has launched a lawsuit to win back control of her name
The state is set to be the second in the US to ban the mills
The ban has been hailed as 'one of the world’s toughest'
Four councilmembers introduced the motion 'to protect the health and well-being of New York City's children'
The new policy will allow for importation on a 'case-by-case' basis
The suspect has had more than 280 animals removed from her care