When John Aramanda went before a small claims judge in Will County, he was worried about being laughed out of the courtroom that typically deals with people fighting over small amounts of money. Bringing an action of replevin for an animal rescue organization’s pit bull was a case the judge had likely never encountered.“To my surprise and my appreciation, you could almost see on the judge’s …
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