Appearing for sentencing at Wrexham Magistrates Court on Monday, Davies wept through the hearing.
She had previously pleaded guilty to being in charge of a dog dangerously out of control.Ah, yes, tears are always good strategy! Did anyone check her for a concealed onion?
Emma Simoes, defending, said Davies was very remorseful about the attack. “This is a lady whose life revolves around animals. She is distraught and very concerned Blake will be put down and she will be disqualified from having any other pets.
“She had Blake for six years and this was an isolated incident.
“The lead snapped and rather than going back to get another, she thought she would be able to control him.”Right, so she was very remorseful and waited at the scene until the police came to…
Helen Tench, prosecuting, told the court police were called and eventually located Davies and her dog.OK. But it was an isolated incident and the dog had never attacked befo…
In a victim impact statement read out before the court, she added: “I was so upset Digger had been killed. I was shaking with the trauma.
“This was not the first time Blake had attacked him.“Isn’t it time ‘contempt of court’ was extended to barristers spinning the courts a pack of easily-disproven lies..?